Like No One is Watching

Like No One is Watching - Jaime Samms First time I'm a bit unhappy with a Jaime Samms book. It started out very promising with Dusty, 'the cleaning guy', and his employer Conrad, owner of a dance studio, feeling an instant attraction to each other. Their first time together more than hints at a D/s dynamic and I could not wait to get more of that. Only I didn't. That aspect of the relationship was never really detailed out. Jaime Samms is a master at pulling me into a story without detailing everything out. I don't need everything in graphic detail. But it didn't work here - it was too little.
And the ending. Not sure there really was one? Ok, so it was not cliffhanger but it was just not enough for the story to really be complete.