Piers wants his lover Meg back, and he finally has her figured out—because he found her secret stash of BDSM material.
Meg wants to be mastered, and Piers is determined to be the one to do so. After a breakneck drive to her side, he stakes his claim.
Meg is thrilled her ex has cornered her and heads off into the wilds, but Piers is only a whisper behind her. When he captures and cuffs her, her arousal soars. Meg is wildly aroused by his dominant approach, but refuses to admit it. She’s always loved Piers, and now he’s kicking aside the final barrier between them.
Never before has Meg been so liberated, so debauched, or so thoroughly pleasured. Getting her to admit that, however, is his biggest challenge. But Piers is determined, he has patience…and he has an arsenal of bondage equipment to master Meg with.
About the Author
Award-winning British author Saskia Walker first dreamed of writing her own stories when she discovered a handful of romance novels stashed away in her school library. An avid reader, she lapped up the adventures and the life-affirming emotion of these stories, but always felt dismay when the bedroom door closed the reader out. She vowed that in her stories all the passion would be right there on the page.
Saskia began writing in the late 1990s. By that time she'd traveled the world, gained a B.A. in art history, an M.A. in literature and the visual arts and she'd worked in several diverse careers - but the stories in her head simply had to be written.
It is the combination of potent eroticism and strong storytelling that has become the leading characteristic of Saskia's work. Fascinated with seduction, she loves to explore how and why we get from saying "hello" to sharing our most intimate selves in moments of extreme passion. She writes across genres, often incorporating elements of history, the paranormal and the fantastic in her work. As well as many novel and novella-length publications, Saskia's work has now appeared in more than one hundred international anthologies. Her erotica has also been featured in several international magazines including Cosmo, Penthouse, Bust, and Scarlet. Her novels DOUBLE DARE and RAMPANT both won Passionate Plume awards and her writing has twice been nominated for a RT Book Reviews Reviewers' Choice Award.
Nowadays Saskia is happily settled in Yorkshire in the north of England, with her real-life hero, Mark, and a houseful of felines.
Read an Excerpt
Meg Sheldon stepped onto the wooden porch in front of her rental cabin and looked across the glen. It was nearly midday, and the morning mist was finally clearing. Although the October air was sharp in her lungs—edged with a hint of winter—the sun had broken through the autumn clouds, promising a good day for hiking. Meg let the view fill her senses, savouring it. The Highlands of Scotland were everything she thought they would be, and more. Taking a deep breath she anticipated the hike ahead, not allowing herself to brood on the fact that she wasn’t supposed to be doing this alone. She flung on her backpack, securing it, and shut the door of the purpose-built rental cabin. Reaching into her pocket for the key, she paused when she heard the low rumble of an engine. It wouldn’t have bothered her, but she recognised that sound. It was a familiar engine sound. Her head jolted up and she quickly turned around, her eyes narrowing as she looked at the spot where the road meandered out of the woods and ran along the spot where the rental cabins were set back from the road, clustered together at the edge of a popular hiking area. Sure enough, the sun glinted on the silver Mercedes SLR as it sped towards the cabins. It was Piers Sinclair, her ex. Meg gritted her teeth. What the hell was he doing here? Piers had agreed that she could use the cabin. This was now supposed to be her healing time after their split. She’d been there two days already, and it was helping her think straight, away from London and their familiar haunts. There was no way she was going to move out so he could take his turn in the cabin. If he insisted on it, it was purely for his own amusement. He had family he could stay with in the area. Piers was a Scot, whereas she was a Londoner through and through.