To Her Master Born [NOOK Book]

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Once upon a time, there lived a bright and beautiful girl named Isabella. A penniless orphan upon her beloved father’s death, she travels through wildly forested land to the Wulvedon Estate, where she has accepted a position as Tutor. But her pupil is no innocent little girl, and life in the Castle feels like a fantastic and painfully vivid dream to Isabella. She becomes truly aware of her body for the first time as Lady Wulvedon teaches her, by way of increasingly severe lessons, the vital part flesh plays in ...
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To Her Master Born

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Overview

Once upon a time, there lived a bright and beautiful girl named Isabella. A penniless orphan upon her beloved father’s death, she travels through wildly forested land to the Wulvedon Estate, where she has accepted a position as Tutor. But her pupil is no innocent little girl, and life in the Castle feels like a fantastic and painfully vivid dream to Isabella. She becomes truly aware of her body for the first time as Lady Wulvedon teaches her, by way of increasingly severe lessons, the vital part flesh plays in shaping her beliefs and perceptions.

Isabella is forced to submit, until she meets Lord Wulvedon, then suddenly she embraces her training to do this mysterious thing called Serve. She does not realize the dangerous position her intense beauty puts her in by attracting the attention of Bridget’s twin brother, Bernard, who has never challenged his sister’s claim to anyone, until now.
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To Her Master Born is a lush grown-up fairytale set in a timeless place far away from the real world. Brother and sister engage in a beautifully written battle for possession of Isabella’s heart and soul while she struggles to discover whether her love for Lord Wulvedon is more than a fantasy, or whether he will just use her as he has used other slave girls. The punishments are sensuous rather than relentless, giving the story a particular appeal to those who find heavy SM a turn off.
Rudolf Spoerer
Another domination thriller by Maria Isabel Pita. If you want to know what it's all about being in a master slave relationship then this is the author to read... The FABULOUS thing about this book that places it heads above other dom/discipline novels is that Isabella actually has more than a soft body but actually a very agile brain.... WOW... and this is the magic ingredient to take us out of porn into delicious fields of pure erotica....
Forum Magazine
To Her Master Born is a lush grown-up fairytale set in a timeless place far away from the real world. Brother and sister engage in a beautifully written battle for possession of Isabella’s heart and soul while she struggles to discover whether her love for Lord Wulvedon is more than a fantasy, or whether he will just use her as he has used other slave girls. The punishments are sensuous rather than relentless, giving the story a particular appeal to those who find heavy SM a turn off.
Rudolf Spoerer
Another domination thriller by Maria Isabel Pita. If you want to know what it's all about being in a master slave relationship then this is the author to read... The FABULOUS thing about this book that places it heads above other dom/discipline novels is that Isabella actually has more than a soft body but actually a very agile brain.... WOW... and this is the magic ingredient to take us out of porn into delicious fields of pure erotica....
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011866401
  • Publisher: Moonlight's Edge
  • Publication date: 11/11/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 215
  • Sales rank: 1,065,923
  • File size: 132 KB

Meet the Author

Maria Isabel Pita is a best-selling author of Paranormal, Contemporary and Historical Romances including the critically acclaimed Guilty Pleasures – Historical Erotic Romances. Her most recent titles include Wolf Shield, Sword of the Blood and Vampire Bride in the Eternal Blood series, Viking Rites, Angela’s Wolves and the epic historical romance Truth is the Soul of the Sun – A Biographical Novel of Hatshepsut-Maatkare, the life of the female Pharaoh as never told before, also available as a six volume Kindle e-book series beginning with Daughter of Re. To view book descriptions, reviews, excerpts and promotional videos, please visit: mariaisabelpita.com & truthisthesoulofthesun.com
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2003

    Cultured, elegant...and filthy

    In complete contrast to the author's previous work ('Thorsday Night', 'Eternal Bondage') this is a gothic romance. Although the era and location are uncertain they somewhat resemble Europe in, say the early 19th. century. The heroine, Isabella, is a naive young orphan who lands a job as tutor to the spoiled Lady Wulvedon and her eccentric brother, who live in a remote mansion and keep their employee locked in her room whenever her services are not required. All seems to run smoothly until the aristocratic siblings become rivals for Isabella's affections. This is a nicely structured story, well written (the prose is somewhat flowery but this suits the setting rather well), and more emotionally satisfying than is common in this genre. For me there is a flavour of 'The Story of O' here, although the story is completely original. The sex scenes are well spaced but invariably kinky and enhance rather than interrupt the flow of the story. A very personal epilogue reflects on the author's view of dominant/submissive relationships.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2004

    Steamy and Gothic!

    If you like steamy gothic erotica then this is the book for you. It's filled with sex and the story (as usual for Maria Isabel Pita - she's a great writer) is excellent. I recommend this one highly. It's just the thing if you like reading well-written erotica.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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