Submission / Seduction (Bound Hearts Series #2 and #3)

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Submission - In her desperation to repair the rift between herself and her daughter, Ella moves back to Virginia, and agrees to allow the ghost of her past back into her life.

As a favor to her daughter, she allows James Wyman, Jesse's twin, to stay the week in her new home. James. Dominating. Sexy. Younger. The man that has filled her most secret fantasies, her most forbidden desires. And James is determined Ella won't escape him again. This ...

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Overview

Submission - In her desperation to repair the rift between herself and her daughter, Ella moves back to Virginia, and agrees to allow the ghost of her past back into her life.

As a favor to her daughter, she allows James Wyman, Jesse's twin, to stay the week in her new home. James. Dominating. Sexy. Younger. The man that has filled her most secret fantasies, her most forbidden desires. And James is determined Ella won't escape him again. This time, she will submit.

Seduction - Jesse Wyman knows Terrie's reluctance to accept the desires that are a natural part of him. Desires he sees lurking in the darkest depths of her eyes. But Terrie must accept those needs herself.

In a bold and risky turn, Jesse dares her to seduce him. Challenges her to accept her needs, to push her own boundaries.

She must convince him. She must be willing to risk her heart, her very soul, for the ultimate prize. But is Terrie more daring than even Jesse knew?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781843609452
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/16/2004
  • Series: Bound Hearts Series
  • Pages: 204
  • Sales rank: 164,702
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.47 (d)

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  • Posted April 25, 2010

    Bound Hearts- Submission/ Seduction

    2 Books in one. This novel by Lora Leigh was a great read, once you start it you wont want to put it down. I recommend any and all of Lora Leigh's books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2009

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    Not what I expected at all

    I was very disappointed by this book. I was looking for a good romance with the thrill of a little dominance and maybe a few toys. What I found did neither the romance or the bondage well. The romance was so contrived as to be ridiculous (the second I saw you I was hot for you, which really meant I was in love!), and the dominance wasn't the least bit skillful or suave. Basically, the men in the book almost raped their lovers the first time, explaining it away that the women "wanted it." Then, the men played with the women sexually until they caved and suddenly the couples were happy and together, after they had a threesome first, of course.

    There was none of the delightful give and take, cat and mouse, sexual tension you could cut with a knife of truly good D/S, because the women never seemed to want to submit, and the book seemed to miss out on the concept that submission isn't weak, and the bottom has most of the control in the relationship, setting the terms. In my opinion, it was a bit of a mockery of the whole thing.

    Try Velvet Glove instead. Less explicit, but a whole lot more romantic.

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