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Skin Deep (Siren Publishing Menage Everlasting)

Skin Deep (Siren Publishing Menage Everlasting)

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[Siren Menage Everlasting: Erotic Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, voyeurism, consensual BDSM, HEA] Selene Foster and Damon Johnson have been close for years. They are more than friends-they are lovers. The dynamic of their relationship makes them both uncertain, since circumstances have prevented them from truly being together. They both left the West Coast when

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[Siren Menage Everlasting: Erotic Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, voyeurism, consensual BDSM, HEA] Selene Foster and Damon Johnson have been close for years. They are more than friends-they are lovers. The dynamic of their relationship makes them both uncertain, since circumstances have prevented them from truly being together. They both left the West Coast when Selene turned eighteen. She was desperate to achieve her goal as a tattoo artist, and Damon wanted to be near her. Nicholas Elias is the owner of Olympus, a hotel and casino off the strip in Las Vegas. He has been seeing Selene as a client for over a year. They flirt, they touch, and he hopes that they can have more. He invites both Selene and Damon to a members-only club where BDSM and ménage are welcome. The three of them start a journey of exploration to see if three unlikely people can end up having a happily ever after. ** A Siren Erotic Romance

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ISBN-13:
9781619268692
Publisher:
Siren-BookStrand
Publication date:
07/10/2012
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File size:
649 KB

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Skin Deep 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Sage320 More than 1 year ago
Jordan Griffin is the assistant editor of Northwest Living Magazine and a reporter known for getting the tough story. No story is tougher than Reece McAlister. McAlister was once famous as a beautiful, intelligent broadcast journalist who reported some of the most high profile and dangerous stories in the world. Reece mysteriously left journalism and began a new career as a nature photographer with a reputation for avoiding interviews. When Jordan confronts her at her latest showing, the reason for at least part of this becomes clear because Reece is horribly disfigured on one side of her body. How this happened and what motivates Reece's fascinates Jordan and she is more determined than ever to get the story, to the point that she follows Reece into the wilderness on a camping trip although Jordan's only camping experience was in her grandmother's living room. Reece makes it clear that she doesn't want Jordan along and she spares her no pain in the early days of the trip. As time passes though and they get to know each other, a fragile trust develops between them and a mutual attraction. Jordan returns with her story and then a dilemma. Her research turns up certain facts that Reece doesn't want made public. To reveal them could destroy their relationship, but not revealing them could violate her sense of professionalism. When a jealous co-worker betrays both women, Jordan is finally able to see what her priorities should be. The question is whether or not Reece will forgive her and allow their relationship to continue. A life and death situation develops as Jordan follows Reece into the wilderness again and survival becomes more important than forgiveness. Skin Deep is another Kenna White romance, but there is more to this story than just two women meeting and developing an attraction for each other. And this isn't just a story about not judging someone by appearances. The scars that Reece wears in her soul are much deeper and worse than the ones in her skin. The book's title indicates that there is more to a person than what is on the suface, but going deeper than that often reveals complexities beyond imagination. The book deals with issues of trust, honor and loyalty. However, all of this is woven into a story that never becomes pedantic. This is a case where you may learn something without having to work at it. That alone makes it worth reading.
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Great story
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I really liked this book. It was original and simply a good story. Lily El Paso TX
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This book is awesome. Highly recommend it.
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