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True Submission
     

True Submission

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by Claire Thompson
 
When Greg first saved the homeless, drug-addicted Ashley from a life on the streets, he appeared to be her savior. But the rescuer soon turned into the jailer, forcing Ashley into a life of prostitution. Any protest was met with brutal punishment and Ashley learned to retreat into herself, more lost than before he had found her.

Ashley finds comfort in the romance

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When Greg first saved the homeless, drug-addicted Ashley from a life on the streets, he appeared to be her savior. But the rescuer soon turned into the jailer, forcing Ashley into a life of prostitution. Any protest was met with brutal punishment and Ashley learned to retreat into herself, more lost than before he had found her.

Ashley finds comfort in the romance novels that open a new world of possibilities. Her quiet time at the bookstore leads to a chance encounter with sexy, dominant Andrew Nolan, who sees her as an intelligent, brave, and capable young woman. But unless Ashley can escape from the prison of her life with Greg, the woman Andrew sees, admires, and desires is as fictional as the books Ashley reads.

When Ashley discovers Andrew's cache of BDSM books, she falls in love with the idea of erotic submission. Andrew has been burned previously by a woman who pretended to want and need his dominance. Can he trust that Ashley has healed enough to be ready for true submission? Or that their relationship can survive if she is not?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781480295308
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
11/15/2012
Pages:
236
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)

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True Submission 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Turning Tricks is a really solid story about a young woman who learns through some really bad experiences that she can't trust others. She believes there is no escape from the ugliness in her life so she tunes out everything, except for her books. When someone begins to pay attention to her, she has to learn to trust again. And then she has to convince her special person to trust a secret part of himself, too. This is really good.