From the author of Dangerously Bound comes a new Dangerous Romance—proving once again that Eden Bradley “has a knack for penning extraordinary erotic romances” (Wild on Books)…
It’s all or nothing...
Growing up, Summer Grace Rae lusted after Jamie Stewart-Greer something fierce. But her older brother’s best friend was strictly off limits. And in time Summer convinced herself to forget about him—until one erotic encounter…
Jamie has a dark side, and his BDSM fantasies are the perfect way to explore it. But he’s always hidden his extreme lifestyle from the one person who elicited his ultimate, forbidden passions. After all, Summer has been like a little sister to him for years—until Jamie sees her at the most infamous kink club in New Orleans.
Now, every taboo craving they’ve ever had is made real, in the flesh, and sending them on a sensual journey of discovery. But as their relationship spirals into the darkest recesses of desire, they’re both left breathlessly wanting more—and love could be the most dangerous fetish of them all.
Bradley's second Dangerous Romance erotic contemporary (after Dangerously Bound) blends soft kink with a romantic story. When Jamie seeks an evening's excitement at the Bastille, a BDSM club in New Orleans, he hopes to find an escape from the many wounds he carries from his past. Instead he encounters Summer Grace Rae, the girl he has always wanted but swore he'd stay away from. Summer is eager to lose herself in the newfound pleasure of kinky play, and her long-cherished desire for Jamie only heightens her hunger. Bradley invokes sultry New Orleans as a slightly seedy, tourist-infested backdrop for the secret lives of the residents. She keeps the drama tightly focused on her protagonists' deep emotions as they work through a predictable series of anxieties and reservations before finally taking their clothes off. Erotic scenes are carefully limited to bondage and a little impact play. The characters express a desire to explore less delicate practices, but the author never follows through, so the spice of risk is muted. But within Bradley's scrupulously self-imposed limits, the passion sizzles.