On Sale Now!
When Elizabeth Clark is plagued by the idea for a kinky novel she can’t shake, she has no choice but to plunge, head-first into a genre she vowed never to pursue. But when she realizes the seductive allure of submitting her will, her interest in the BDSM lifestyle becomes less academic, and downright personal.
Dominant and club owner, Chase Masters, has no idea what to expect when his partner books a meeting with an author doing research on the BDSM scene, but he’s blown away with the woman who walks through the door. He’s sure at first that she must be a visiting Domme, not the author. Her manner is confident, brusque, and even a bit disapproving of his lifestyle, but when he switches from his easy-going club owner mindset into his Dom voice, she instantly backs off. Perhaps she’s more submissive than she let on.
Chase and his club are in the crosshairs of a local senator and the bank, and he fears he might lose everything. So when Liz grudgingly agrees to be his, if only for a few weeks, he’s elated. But what kind of long-term relationship can a broke, out of work, homeless Dom offer to a burgeoning submissive who won't submit outside of the bedroom?
Break Through The Ice
When Jasmine Graves is invited to the set of the movie
based on her book series, she thinks all her dreams have come true. The Vince
Demarco, the man she's based her hero on for the past seven years, will be
there and she can't wait to meet him. Little does she know that she'll have to
face her worst fears to keep her leading man.
Vince Demarco has never been as intrigued by a character
or an author before being introduced to the haunted werewolf he's been cast to
play. So when he comes face to face with its creator, Jasmine Graves, he's
awestruck. But he fears an author who's a reported recluse will want nothing to
do with the paparazzi madness and crazy shooting schedule that comes with
dating a movie star.
Neither one can deny the almost animal attraction that
overwhelms them at first contact. But can an author and her muse breakthrough
the barriers between them, or will the heat between them turn to ice in the
winter cold of the Adirondack Camp?