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Chains and Canes

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 4, 2013

    Great book

    Dont understand the whole "need to cry" to get off, but it was entertaining the entire read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2013


    Good book. Likked it

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  • Posted July 12, 2013

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    What a refreshing take on the kinky millionaire. Daniel Baker h

    What a refreshing take on the kinky millionaire. Daniel Baker has it all and then some. He’s never been able to dominate his fiance, dancer Naya Ortiz, and for a long time they’ve had other women that can give her the pain she needs. But when Naya gets a new job at Club Devant, and is confronted with Remy (remember him from the first book?) she realizes she needs more from than what her Domme’s give her. And that sexy cajun is exactly it.

    Daniel soon discovers things about himself he wasn’t even that aware of. Turns out he’s a sub, and bisexual. But with Remy’s history and his previous experiences being with another couple, things might get dicey.

    Remy was even sexier that in the previous book! I have a thing for that sexy cajun thing and when you combine that with his Dom side…panty melting! I wasn’t 100% a fan of Naya but for the most part I liked her. I was actually a lot more interested in the dynamics between Daniel and Remy. I think there’s still plenty of walls those two have to break because they are the complex ones. Job well done with them!

    Chains and Canes is kinky goodness! Another winner by the awesome writing duo that is Katie Porter! I definitely enjoyed this story more than the first one and I’m looking forward to more from this series. I love the setting!

    *ARC provided by publisher

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