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Bound Roses

Torie Grace

Publisher: Torie Grace

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Summary

This book is a standalone, complete story. No Cliffhangers. HEA. Multiple POV.
 
The Poison Series
 
The series is set around the Exclusive BDSM Club, Poison. With the Doms being Law Enforcement, Military, and Agents. And subs having a habit of getting themselves in deep trouble, there is never a dull moment. Oh, and just like my other books, there is, Kinky, Hot…Well, you know.
 
After Amy’s marriage ended in disaster and pain she tried to move on with her life. And she thought she had. Her life was peaceful and she had a career she loved. Then, her life was sent into a tailspin. One man was breaking her heart. And the other was trying to kill her.
 
Master Cody was a Dom in the highly exclusive BDSM Club, Poison. His playdate with Amy wasn’t supposed to be anything more than play. But, his heart had not gotten the memo. Now, he had two problems; Amy, and the man trying to kill her.
 
Although it is standalone, it is Book One of the Poison Series. Each book within that series is standalone, with no cliffhangers and can be read in any order. But, it is recommended that you read from ‘One’ onwards as characters in earlier books are mentioned in later books and knowing their backstories will add to your reading experience and enjoyment. All books are quick love and HEA.
 
Due to the content, this book is intended for adults 18 years and older.

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