She can whip up something sweet…
Allie LeClair has finally returned to the sultry city of New Orleans. After ten years of studying and working as a pastry chef in San Francisco and all over Europe—and feeding her submissive side at BDSM clubs—Allie is home, and she has something to prove to the man who once fueled her desires. She’s not a child anymore.
But with two in the kitchen…
When security specialist Mick Reid hears that Allie is back in town, he knows he won’t be able to stay away for long. Ever since he discovered his darker side, Mick has tried to protect Allie from the aggressive beast within him—but that power and wildness is exactly what she wants.
Can they take the heat?
Allie has made the first move, but now it’s up to Mick. The game has begun, and playing has never been so rough.
After reading this novel by Eden, the first thing thought that popped into my mind was “This is what Fifty Shades should’ve been like.”
Mick and Grey had the same qualities as in they were both emotional fucked in the head, they were both gorgeous, liked to take care of their bodies, and both were Doms. However, where Fifty Shades was lacking in the kink department, Dangerously Bound had multiple – in-depth scenes.
Mick and Allie visited a BDSM club on a few occasions, made ample use of a variety of toys and play surfaces, and Eden addressed the pain/pleasure aspect of play.
This was brilliantly written with VERY, VERY vivid scenes.
If you like KINK, then GET THIS BOOK.
Oh, stay tuned because in 2015, two more stories are being released in this HAWT series: Dangerously Broken and Dangerously Bad.
Don’t forget to check out Dangerously Inked (A novella in the Dangerous series).
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