Girl Trouble

Girl Trouble

by Amanda Usen

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Overview

There are no safe words for love.

Bonita Pritchard has tried everything to get over the one woman she can't have, movie star and secret lover Kat St. James. Yoga, tantra, psychotherapy, even BDSM. Nothing helps for long, so Bonita heads for Hollywood to get her Kat fix, fully intending to return straight home to her sex-toy boutique, Come Again.

But Kat has other plans for her.

Playing the talented bad girl kick-started Kat's career twelve years ago. Now she's famous, filthy rich...and totally miserable. Leaving Bonita in Norton was a mistake, and she's planning one last attempt to fix it--by transforming her king-sized closet into a dungeon. And using her training as a Domme to satisfy her lover's latest kink.

Although Bonita strives to protect Kat's heterosexual image, Kat has no intention of keeping their love a secret, even if it means risking it all...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162626749
Publisher: Balancing Act Press
Publication date: 06/10/2019
Series: Come Again , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 411,296
File size: 352 KB

About the Author

Official Bio: Amanda Usen (sometimes known as Miranda Baker) knows two things for certain: chocolate cheesecake is good for breakfast, and a hot chef can steal your heart. Her husband stole hers on the first day of class at the Culinary Institute of America. Amanda spends her early mornings writing romance and her days working in a bakery. When she’s not writing or decorating cakes, she can usually be found reading a book and trying to get out of cooking dinner.?

Unofficial Bio: Amanda Usen spends her days off writing in her pajamas. She scrambles for clothes and hides the clutter just minutes before her husband and kids arrive home. She loves books, yoga, cheese, chocolate, and carbs in all forms. When she falls into the pit of despair, she reminds herself…HAPPINESS IS A PRACTICE.

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