Bound by Love: A Carolyn Faulkner Trilogy [NOOK Book]

Overview

"Bound by Love" contains three steaming hot novellas from Carolyn Faulkner in one trilogy package.

In "The Angel of Sudden Hill," the Angel is a prisoner of man she's never seen. Virginal Irina has never so much as been alone with a man to say nothing of being bound naked in front of one. But Bryce de Keive doesn't care. He's heard about the Angel and wants her for his own. So he takes her... and now he will teach her what it really means to ...
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Bound by Love: A Carolyn Faulkner Trilogy

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Overview

"Bound by Love" contains three steaming hot novellas from Carolyn Faulkner in one trilogy package.

In "The Angel of Sudden Hill," the Angel is a prisoner of man she's never seen. Virginal Irina has never so much as been alone with a man to say nothing of being bound naked in front of one. But Bryce de Keive doesn't care. He's heard about the Angel and wants her for his own. So he takes her... and now he will teach her what it really means to belong to a man. (Three chapters)

In "The Centurion," Brietta is well and truly prisoner to the Roman Centurion Lucius. He knows she's a barbarian, he's heard she's a Celtic witch, and he's determined to break her without falling under her spell. Brietta is taken by the harsh Roman, taught to obey his every command. Yet, he finds himself more under her spell every day... Who will be the ultimate victor in their battle of wills? (Eight chapters)

In "Sold!" an innocent young woman in sold into bondage in the old West. Slavery is no longer legal, is it? Try explaining that to the harsh mountain man who buys Carolyn at auction then takes her days into the wilderness. (Four chapters)

How thin ARE the lines between pain and pleasure, love and hate, bondage and freedom?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935152507
  • Publisher: Blushing Books
  • Publication date: 3/1/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 207,157
  • File size: 683 KB

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  • Posted September 9, 2012

    Not for the faint of heart!

    These stories depict three strong female characters who had no choice but to submit in order to live. Angel was good but definitly not your typical HEA type of story. The Centurian was brutal at times but had a good ending where the girl got a little payback. In Sold the poor girl was sold by her step father to a minor and definitly had to learn the hard way to obey or elso. All three were good stories and definitly not for the faint of heart.

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  • Posted July 10, 2012

    I enjoyed all three of these stories but my favorite was Angel o

    I enjoyed all three of these stories but my favorite was Angel of Sudden Hill. Lots of detail and plot in all three

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  • Posted July 4, 2012

    These are somewhat reminiscent of the old bodice rippers of my t

    These are somewhat reminiscent of the old bodice rippers of my teen years except the heroine doesn't just fall in love with her captor. All three stories feature strong women who submit and endure because they would rather live than die. Each has a different resolution. My favorite of the three is how the ending of the Centurian. This one really has a HEA.

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