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Pleasure Bound : A Futuristic Adult Romance Boxed Set - cover

Pleasure Bound : A Futuristic Adult Romance Boxed Set

Jan Springer

Publisher: Jan Springer

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Summary

Pleasure Bound Books 1-5

 
This PLEASURE BOUND BOXED SET is an ADULT ROMANCE and includes the first FIVE books in the Pleasure Bound series.





 
TOP-SECRET MISSION: Explore a recently discovered planet in outer space.



 
DISCOVERY: A sizzling trip into the realms of bondage, bdsm, pleasure-pain, betrayal and…love.



 
Inside this Boxed Set:



 
A Hero’s Welcome – Why is Dr. Annie welcoming injured astronaut Joe Hero into her bed every chance she gets?



 
A Hero Escapes – Queen Jacey’s forbidden fantasies are becoming reality and she can’t get enough of well-hung Ben Hero’s intimate lovemaking.



 
A Hero Betrayed – Fugitive-on-the-run Virgin must save Buck Hero who has been infected by a deadly virus. The cure? A twenty-four hour sex marathon! But then she must betray him…



 
A Hero’s Kiss – US Astronaut Piper Hero is rescued by a dangerous one-eyed stranger. Why can’t she keep her hands off his luscious whip-scarred body?



 
A Hero Wanted – A Hero is wanted for plus-sized Jenna who is finally able to explore her sexuality…and ménages are welcome.





 
Enjoy!

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