The Trap

The Trap

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by Indigo Wren
     
 

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There’s no escaping the man at the heart of his memories.

Three years ago, David and his college roommate, Ethan, were on the brink of unimaginable success, ready to revolutionize an industry and reap billions. Then David accidentally revealed the attraction he’d never wanted to feel, and certainly never meant Ethan to see. Mortified, he

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There’s no escaping the man at the heart of his memories.

Three years ago, David and his college roommate, Ethan, were on the brink of unimaginable success, ready to revolutionize an industry and reap billions. Then David accidentally revealed the attraction he’d never wanted to feel, and certainly never meant Ethan to see. Mortified, he ran from everything that mattered—the fledgling company he’d helped to build, the bright future he’d worked to secure, and the man he couldn’t let himself want.

Now he’s built a new life for himself. So what if it’s not the one he hoped for? He’s learned to look only forward, and not to envy the success Ethan achieved without him. He’s even learned to cope with the nightmares. The panic attacks. The failed relationships with women.

When an opportunity arises to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime getaway to a private island resort, David never suspects a trap is about to be sprung. One where he’ll be forced to face the truths from which he’s been hiding—and the man from whom he’s never stopped running.

Warning: This book contains erotic waffles, sexual math, blatant ABBA worship, kidnapping, nude napping, dog-napping, journal hijacking, betrayal, redemption, and red-hot man love so poignant and passionate, you won’t know whether to say “awwwwwww” or “oooooohhh!”

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781609282264
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
10/19/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
364
Sales rank:
195,781
File size:
967 KB

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Meet the Author

Like most people, Indigo Wren is a dabbler. Professionally, she plays violin and viola. And she writes. In addition to her own work, she writes, edits, and proofreads dry, technical stuff—mostly for dry, technical corporations that would probably burst into flames from shock if they ever got a glimpse of what their favorite freelancer writes in her “off hours”. Unprofessionally, Indigo draws, paints, quilts, devours e-books by the gross, composes music, and avoids cooking at all costs (to the limitless gratitude of every unfortunate who has experienced “food” at her hands). To learn more about Indigo, please visit IndigoWren.com.

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Trap 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 35 reviews.
Galora_K More than 1 year ago
I just completed this book in one sitting and WOW! A powerful story of one man running away from his feelings and the lengths another will go to make him acknowledge them. Both David & Ethan are three dimensional and likable characters. The theme of domination and submission is explored deftly and yet gently. As Ethan works to teach David that submission is more than handcuffs and blindfolds, wanting David to yield while holding a part of himself back, David reaches some amazing insights about himself and about his actions. It's a story of both discovery and redemption that brought tears to my eyes and cause me to jump my husband's bones. Double win! Can't wait to read more work by this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of the sweetest, steamiest romance novels I have ever read! This author does not gloss over difficult situations; she explores them in depth. Her characters are compassionate and vibrant. My only regret is that I can't find more books by this author!
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Eden110 More than 1 year ago
The Trap is a very good read that gives a twist to the "held captive by lover" kind of plot. The story is told from David's point of view; with this, we get a good look into how his mind functions and what led him to make the decisions he had in the past. We see his despair, his panic and finally, the love he holds for the one near and dear to his heart. I liked how the plot is paced - it doesn't go into too much detail. You go from one moment to the next without much slow transition. There were some points that I felt the story kind of dragged, but they never lasted very long. As someone mentioned earlier in their review, this novel really spends a good amount of time on the concept of being dominated and submissive. However, the author does a good job in putting meaning behind such a relationship beyond the "whips and collars," making it into something...beautiful. There were plenty of heart-felt moments and parts when you wanted to scream at David. But overall, I can say I thoroughly enjoyed both main characters and how the story ends.
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Beautiful love story!
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The love story was interesting from the beginning to the end. Fell completely in love with both characters and Bella. It was hot, exciting, touching, could not put my Nook down. Loved it!
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JacksonJG More than 1 year ago
A wonderful story about a man who finds out who he is, what he wants in life, and his sexuality. In addition he finds love for the first time. I hope the author writes more stories like this.
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One of my favorites read in 2011
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jenniloo More than 1 year ago
Laugh, cry, love and get tied in knots with David and Ethan.
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Interesting plot with twists and turns. This book answers the question: when is a trap not a trap at all. I couldn't put it down. David and Eathen have so much to learn about each other and this author has found a very intriguing device to facilitate that.
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