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She didn't mean to catch the man she grew up with in action, but now that she has - she wants a taste. An exposed woman, leather, a whip, how had she never known what a man under her own roof craved? The man of the house packs up his leathers and the implements of his trade for an all-nighter and leaves an invitation for Em to follow.

She knew what she was getting herself into. Or did she? She walks into one heck of a party, but the man of the house isn't the only one interested in taking her upstairs for her first time introduction to restraint, pleasure, and pain. Not one, but two dominant men who know how to handle a woman's body are ready for action.

This book contains big men, crops, candle wax, rope, and something for every slot. Double occupancy is a must.

©2016 Randi Stepp (P)2016 Randi Stepp

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