Dangerously Broken

Dangerously Broken

by Eden Bradley

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Overview

From the author of Dangerously Bound comes a new Dangerous Romance—proving once again that Eden Bradley “has a knack for penning extraordinary erotic romances” (Wild on Books)…
 
It’s all or nothing...
 
Growing up, Summer Grace Rae lusted after Jamie Stewart-Greer something fierce. But her older brother’s best friend was strictly off limits. And in time Summer convinced herself to forget about him—until one erotic encounter…
 
Jamie has a dark side, and his BDSM fantasies are the perfect way to explore it. But he’s always hidden his extreme lifestyle from the one person who elicited his ultimate, forbidden passions. After all, Summer has been like a little sister to him for years—until Jamie sees her at the most infamous kink club in New Orleans.
 
Now, every taboo craving they’ve ever had is made real, in the flesh, and sending them on a sensual journey of discovery. But as their relationship spirals into the darkest recesses of desire, they’re both left breathlessly wanting more—and love could be the most dangerous fetish of them all.
 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780425269992
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/06/2015
Series: A Dangerous Romance Series , #2
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 416,257
Product dimensions: 5.52(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.78(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Eden Bradley has written a number of erotic and romantic novels and novellas, including Dangerously Bound and the bestselling novel The Dark Garden.

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Praise for the novels of Eden Bradley
 
“Intelligent, haunting, and sexy as hell…for you people who like story and heart with your erotica, I’d definitely recommend any of Eden’s books.”—Maya Banks, New York Times bestselling author of Taking It All
 
“Honest, tender, and totally sexy—a feast for the senses and the heart.”—Shayla Black, New York Times bestselling author of His to Take
 
“Brilliant, seductive, and dangerous. All of my favorite things.”—R. G. Alexander, author of Possess Me
 
“A hot and steamy ride to the climactic end…This story will steam up your glasses.”—Library Journal

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Dangerously Broken 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 12 months ago
That’s some steamy stuff
KnottyGirlReviews More than 1 year ago
Eden Bradley is the QUEEN of BDSM and she proves it time and time again with each book she writes! I feel privileged to be a blogger, especially one who focuses on this genre, because I get to read Ms. Bradley's books. It's basically like manna from Heaven! In book two, we have our infamous BDSM club 'The Bastille' in New Orleans. (I so want to be a member *sighs wistfully*) Jamie is a Dom in the club, and he goes in one night to see a Domme spanking a familiar sub. Summer Grace Rae. After looking her in the eye and confronting their friend Allie, he has to get out of the club. He thinks of her as a sister. He ends up confronting her while she's at home and things get explosive, but he still needs some convincing. I'm not going to ruin anymore of the plot here, needless to say it gets real steamy, real fast. Granted Jamie has to get over thinking of Summer Grace as a sister and his promise to his friend. Once we got past all of that, the two of them were off the charts. A keeper for sure!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If there had been 15 more pages in the sample, I wouldn't have bought this book. New Orleans and kinky sex should have been a winning combination, and there were moments I enjoyed, but mostly the story just annoyed me. The pet names are cloying, the obsessive guilt and "poor me" about the brother/friend who died came off as whiny, and the bdsm seemed off and inauthentic. The characters were getting off on how kinky they were and I was still waiting for them start. I'm giving it two stars because it was not poorly written, but I still wanted to smack the main characters and send them to a counselor.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the story and the characters.