Love this series!!!
I have been gone for several weeks and my lovely friend and fellow author put out a book while I was playing hooky. Now I am back and I needed to make sure you all remember to buy this book.
Jane’s works is sexy, erotic, hot and loving all while showing the D/s lifestyle as it should be, comforting and satisfying to both participants.
Come Back to Me: Book two in the Bound to You series
by Jane Henry
Publisher: Blushing Books
Released: April 7, 2016
Genre: Contemporary erotic D/s romance
Reunited couple Meredith and Paolo reclaim their passion through the erotic intimacy of Dominance and Submission. (I love the name Paolo, don’t you? He can’t be anything but dominant with a name like that!)
Meredith and Paolo are reunited after a devastating accident drove them apart, in the hopes that embracing a lifestyle of Dominance and Submission will rekindle the passion they once had. The premise is very simple: Meredith will obey Paolo, and he will enforce his expectation of her obedience.
But where do they go from here? Paolo proposes a plan that will raise the stakes, a weekend of intense training that will push them both to the edge of their limits as they embrace their new-found roles.
Is Meredith prepared to be stripped of the protective wall she’s built around herself? Will she willingly trust Paolo to lead her—even if that means submitting herself to his discipline? Can Paolo be all that she needs — her leader, protector, and disciplinarian, but most of all…her lover?
This is the second book in Meredith and Paolo’s “Bound to You” trilogy, a story of love, trust, and devotion, as one couple rekindles their love through the passionate, erotic intimacy of Dominance and Submission.
“I – I planned on only having two drinks. I planned on Kirstin coming out with me to the lot, even though I thought it was overprotective and silly to make me do that, but… you didn’t answer the phone.” He placed his finger back under her chin, and she felt tears come as he made her look at his own dark, simmering eyes.
“I got mad,” she whispered. “Thought it was…you were…not really very serious about me, if you couldn’t even answer the phone.” It sounded so silly when she said it all out loud, though it had made perfect sense at the time.
He paused a beat before he spoke.
“So because I didn’t answer, you thought that deliberately disobeying the two very simple things I asked of you was a justifiable decision?”
Oh, great. When he put it that way…
“Um. Yeah?” she whispered. “Plus drinks were two for three,” she said, in a completely futile last-ditch effort. She tried to break eye contact, but his hand grasped her chin even more firmly than before, and she found she couldn’t look away. His eyes were furious, his lips pursed in a thin line, and she could practically feel the anger emanating from him. Oh, God. His voice was low and dangerous when he spoke.
“You think this is a joke?” he asked, in a voice just above a whisper.
“No,” she whispered, her voice trembling, hands shaking.
“No? Yet you think it’s okay to ignore my instructions?” Even though she was nervous, and her heart pounded, even though she knew now he was going to punish her and there was no escaping now, she still felt a twinge of arousal at his words. His instructions. She wanted instructions from him. She wanted him to give a shit about her. She wanted to know she meant something to him.
“I don’t think it’s okay. No.” She felt her lip trembling. “I was wrong. I know I was. And…” her voice dropped. It was still so hard to say. “I’m sorry I disobeyed you.”
He said nothing as he gave her a long, hard look.
“I’m glad to hear that,” he said, leaning closer to her and taking her face in both hands so that they were only inches away when he whispered, “Because I’m totally fucking serious.”
Jane has been writing since her early teens, dabbling in short stories and poetry. When she married and began having children, her pen was laid to rest for several years, until the National Novel Writing Challenge (NaNoWriMo) in 2010 awakened in her the desire to write again. That year, she wrote her first novel, and has been writing ever since. In 2012, she became interested in the d/s lifestyle, and has discovered her love for writing romance with a d/s twist. With a houseful of children, she finds time to write in the early hours of the morning, squirreled away with a laptop, blanket, and cup of hot coffee. Years ago, she heard the wise advice, “Write the book you want to read,” and has taken it to heart. She sincerely hopes you also enjoy the books she likes to read.
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OH, MY GOODNESS!! HAWT!!! Not just HOT, haawwwtttt!!!! I can’t wait to one click this!!!!
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