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Freedom (Call of the Wild, #1)
     

Freedom (Call of the Wild, #1)

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by Simone Leigh
 

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A Perfect Life?

Anna is a writer, making her living on the move and living her life as free as a bird. She takes lovers on a whim and goes where she pleases.

She seems to have complete freedom and a perfect life. But is everything as it appears?

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A Perfect Life?

Anna is a writer, making her living on the move and living her life as free as a bird. She takes lovers on a whim and goes where she pleases.

She seems to have complete freedom and a perfect life. But is everything as it appears?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940154186480
Publisher:
Coffee Break Erotica
Publication date:
01/07/2017
Series:
Call of the Wild , #1
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
14,031
File size:
342 KB

Meet the Author

Simone Leigh is English but has lived in Spain for the last few years.

She divides her time between working on her tan, decorating her beautiful villa, writing erotica and swimming naked in her swimming pool.

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Freedom 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
JulietteS More than 1 year ago
I found this story enjoyable and interesting. The storyline and characters are well developed and the progression fast enough to maintain interest. There are some messages within the plot. Independent and strong women can willingly submit to the will of a man and maintain their strengths and that there is a vast difference between loving correction and a beating. I look forward to reading further works by this author.
Redrabbitt More than 1 year ago
SHORT-TERM PAIN, FOR LONG-TERM GAIN This was an interesting continuation from the Betrothed book. At a wedding, the groom is given a paddle by the bride’s father, and then after the ceremony, they go to their home, he takes his bride upstairs, paddles her and then beds her while the guest waits for the feast downstairs. After the deeds are performed, he goes out and shows the paddle and sheet with blood to the wedding guest, and then the couple joins their guest for a feast. While very archaic, and more at the creative pen of the author, it still leaves the reader with an interesting story. There were bedding ceremonies where the ladies helped dress the bride in her nightgown and the men the groom, led them to the marriage bed, if a minister were present, a blessing would be said, and they everyone left allowing the couple to consummate their marriage. Lady Margia is appalled by the standards upheld that a man has all the rights and women are just barely above servants, and the tradition of the bedding ceremony when a couple does marry. She holds illegal rallies trying to gain women’s support and hoping parliament will pass a bill allowing women rights to property and eventually to vote and hold Parliamentary positions. What Lady Margia wasn’t counting on was Sir Cormac Adair and developing feelings for him. The plot kept me enthralled, the pages turning and there were several romances happening, a few horrid and abusive men beating women, plus some properly administered spankings done in a loving and corrective way. I am sure we will see more in this series, and I look forward to reading more by this author.