The Kitten Stories: A Nest for a Kitten
by: Stephen Jackson
About the author
Stephen Jackson earned his JD from George Washington University Law School. He has written for courts and governments, but prefers to write for fun. Stephen lives and writes, and practices law outside of Washington, DC.
About the book
Megan Kathleen Murphy is a successful young accountant at one of the most prestigious firms in the region. She is young, smart, and pretty, with her whole career ahead of her. Professionally, she’s satisfied and challenged, but something in her life is … missing. She yearns for someone to take control, tell her what to do. She longs for Him, the man who will take her hand—and then tell her exactly what she is to do with it. She desires someone who can make her fly.
Stephen Jackson is, by all accounts, a powerful man. He is accustomed to making important decisions quickly, and that confidence serves him well. So when his accountants alert him to a discrepancy involving nearly a million dollars, he demands answers. When he discovers that she is the one who made the million-dollar mistake, he is faced with another of those snap decisions. His decision will alter both their lives irrevocably – in a way she never could have predicted.
Can Megan accept his decision and her discipline?
His business demands are only part of what he requires. Is this strong, desirable man the one who can lead her to her dreams, or will he simply end her career? As is his custom – he gets what he wants: but can she be the kitten he desires?
July 15, 2019