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Pleasure Bound : COMPLETE SERIES SciFi Erotic Romance Boxed Set - Pleasure Bound Boxed Set - cover

Pleasure Bound : COMPLETE SERIES SciFi Erotic Romance Boxed Set - Pleasure Bound Boxed Set

Jan Springer

Publisher: Jan Springer

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Summary

This COMPLETE scifi fantasy erotic romance series contains SIX BOOKS. Journey into romance, bondage, abduction, adventure, alien love, ménage scenes and more.  
During a top-secret mission to explore a newly discovered planet the Hero siblings are thrust into a sensual world of intimate fantasies, pleasure-pain, violence, unconventional romance and sizzling sex.  
 
A HERO’S WELCOME - 1 
Being shot and held captive isn’t what astronaut Joe Hero had in mind when he agreed to a top-secret mission to explore a newly discovered planet for NASA. 
But a man would have to be dead not to fall for the sensual female doctor in charge of his care. 
 A HERO ESCAPES - 2 
Queen Jacey has always fantasized about bedding a male. 
But taking one for her enjoyment is strictly forbidden. That is, until an attractive well-hung stranger from another planet makes her overcome her training and her beliefs. 
 A HERO BETRAYED - 3 
Astronaut Buck Hero didn’t count on being held captive or becoming infected with passion poison when he agreed to explore a newly discovered planet for NASA. 
If he doesn’t get the cure soon he’s going to be one very dead man. 
 A HERO’S KISS - 4 
During a secret NASA mission to locate their brothers on the faraway planet of Paradise, the Hero sisters become separated after they crash land...and find unexpected romance with the tormented male warriors. 
 Jarod and Piper 
 Being injured and infected by sensuous swamp water isn’t what Piper Hero signed up for when she agreed to search for her three missing brothers. But when she’s rescued by a dangerously sexy man who makes her so hot that she can't even think straight, Piper is glad that she came. 
A HERO WANTED - 5 
(loosely connected with this series) 
Old-fashioned gal needs a man who loves to walk in the rain. Must be well-hung. A homebody, white picket fence-type of guy. Sexual requirements-gentle yet untamed lover. He must be sexually adventurous who will train me to be same. Must be romantic, enjoy toys, interested in mutual light bondage, ménages are welcome. 
That's what full-figured, antiques shop owner Jenna MacLean wants when she and her best friend outline a want ad just for fun on their weekly girls’ night out. 
After years of being away from his pretty-plus sized ex-girlfriend, Sully's back in town. When he finds the want ad, he knows he’s the only man who can make all of Jenna’s sizzling-hot fantasies come true. 
 CAPTIVE HEROES - 6 
Jan Springer 
 During a secret NASA mission to locate their brothers on the faraway planet of Paradise, the Hero sisters become separated after they crash land...and find unexpected romance with the tormented alien male warriors of the species in this ultra-long scifi book. 
 Taylor and Kayla 
While searching for her brothers, Kayla Hero is bound and imprisoned by the Breeders— along with a male captive whose tantalizing scars pique her interest. Forced to escape with him, she’s irresistibly aroused when she suddenly becomes his captive. 
 Blackie and Kinley 
 Injured and lost in a dense jungle, Kinley Hero is intimidated by the scarred man who hunts her, especially due to the power of erotic submission he holds over her. 
Please note: The books in this complete set have been previously published by another publisher and have been re-edited for Spunky Girl Publishing.

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