YOU DON”T KNOW ME by Mandy Lee



Title: You Don’t Know Me (You Don’t Know Me, #1)

Author: Mandy Lee

Genre: Erotic Romance

Release Date: June 19, 2015



Maya Scotton, a young artist with a severe case of painter’s block, is in need of money. When she takes on an office job at a construction company, she finds herself firmly in the sights of the owner, Daniel Foster – a dangerously attractive man with a dark past and particular tastes in bed.

Although she tries to resist him, Maya soon finds herself embroiled in a steamy relationship with Dan. And while he slowly encourages her to paint again, she begins to peel back his layers. At last, when she believes that she’s finally come to understand his ways, he has one final secret to reveal … and it’s a secret that threatens to blow them apart.

You Don’t Know Me, an erotic romance, is the first book in a trilogy. Book Two will be published in February 2016.

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I know exactly what I’m doing. I’m being feisty, and it’s working too.

His lips twitch.

‘The thirtieth,’ he repeats himself. ‘Write it in.’

‘Write it in,’ I mimic him. Opening up the diary and turning to the correct page, I scrawl the word Rowley as messily as I can. ‘Is that it?’

‘No, it’s not. Have I got anything on tonight?’

I flip my way back to today. There’s a huge list of meetings during the day and his next one is due any minute, but the evening is empty.


‘Good. So, write this in. It’s just a little reminder to myself.’

I poise my pen, ready for the next messy entry.

‘Fuck my secretary.’

Oh, good Lord. What’s happening now? It’s as if some demented sex fairy is on the loose, tweaking me over and over again down below. Willing it to stop, I clamp my lips together and stare at him.

‘Good and proper.’ He points at the diary. ‘Make sure you add that bit.’

‘And what will Carla think when she gets back?’ I scribble the words fuck my secretary large across the bottom of the page, noting that he leans forwards anxiously as I do it. ‘I mean, she is your secretary, isn’t she?’ I add good and proper in capital letters, underscoring them a few times for good measure.

‘Not this afternoon, she’s not,’ he frowns. ‘This afternoon, you’re my secretary. You need to rub that out.’

He waves a hand at the diary.

‘No can do,’ I smile and I’m pretty sure he’s repressing a smile in return. ‘It’s in biro, and besides, you told me to write it. And anyway, why don’t you just fuck your secretary right now? Over there.’ I nod towards the sofa. ‘Like you did yesterday? And then why don’t you just ignore her afterwards and make her feel like an insignificant piece of crap?’

‘I’d love to fuck her right now. Over there.’ He nods towards the sofa. ‘I’d like to fuck her so hard she can’t speak for a week.’

‘Of course you would. I mean you’re not interested in a word she’s got to say. In fact, why let her talk at all? Why not just gag her?’

He leans further forwards.

‘What a wonderful idea. I’ll bear that in mind for later.’

‘There is no later.’

‘We’ll see about that. Now go and find some correction fluid and sort that diary out.’

‘I’ve got a better idea. Why don’t you go and find some correction fluid and shove it up your arse?’

About The Author


Mandy was born and raised in Leicester, in the United Kingdom. She went to university in Scotland, lived in London for a few years, and then returned to her home town where she now lives with her extended family and a mad labrador.

Mandy worked full-time as a teacher until Christmas 2015 when she took a leap of faith and gave up the job. She now devotes most of her time to writing.

She’s been writing since she was thirteen, but it wasn’t until she developed an obsession with reading erotic romance that she finally found her genre.

You Don’t Know Me is her first erotic romance. The sequel, True Colours, will be published on 22 March 2016. The final instalment in the trilogy will be finished by Christmas 2016.

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I don’t really even know where to start with You Don’t Know Me. This was a fast paced read. While it definitely had its heart stopping moments, there were plenty of moments that my heart hurt for the characters. I absolutely loved Mr. Foster, he was supposed to be the big powerful CEO, yet he provided as much comic relief as Maya did. I loved the interactions, and the supporting characters. I honestly can’t think of anything that I didn’t like.

You Don’t Know Me was my first read by Mandy Lee, and I am ready for more. She has amazing talent and writes characters that you can easily connect with. It’s too bad they aren’t real. If you are looking for a book to keep you interested and entertaining, then You Don’t Know Me is the right choice.


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