Shameful Desires 3

Shameful Desires 3

by P.J. Proud

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Overview

Jeremy Piper’s life has come full circle, and he’s happier than he’s ever been. He’s living with his Master, actor Andre Jackson, embracing his submissive nature, and planning for their wedding. His newest novel is being made into a movie, with Andre as the star. Although Andre can’t reveal that he is gay and involved with Jeremy without risking his career, they are thrilled to be working together. Until the handsome young actor co-starring with Andre sets his sights on Jeremy. Unlike Andre, David is totally out and proud, and he’s still getting romantic leads. One misunderstanding leads to another, and Jeremy is forced to take desperate measures to make things right with his Master. Will Andre and Jeremy ever learn to trust each other and what they have together? Will they ever be able to live without hiding, without fear that others will discover their shameful desires? Shameful Desires 3: Unbound is the final episode of the Shameful Desires trilogy.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149219520
Publisher: Fanny Press
Publication date: 03/07/2014
Series: The Shameful Desires Trilogy , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 276
File size: 284 KB

About the Author

Always hungry for ways to create more sparks in life, P.J. PROUD enjoys drawing and painting in addition to writing, music, exercise (a fanatic!), skiing, getting lost in the woods (thanks to being directionally impaired), helping people, and spending as much time with family as possible. P.J. has been writing gay-themed short stories, novellas, fan fiction and poetry for over four years. Shameful Desires 3: Unbound is the author’s third novel, following Shameful Desires 2: Mastered and completing the trilogy. Shameful Desires 1: Enslaved was the first, a coming-out story of sorts, penned from a dream and a haunting lyric, “I drew a new face and I laughed,” from a Jason Mraz song called “I’m Yours,” which urged the author to take a chance and change the stars.

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