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Jove
(2018-01-16)

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Fiction
Erotic

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Tara Sue Me

The New York Times bestselling author of the Submissive novels delivers a scintillating new erotic romance, where two instructors redefine the phrase "teacher's pet"...

Lennox MacLure, owner of the RACK Academy, has sworn off the Dominant/submissive lifestyle. Years ago, his submissive, Winnie, died in a car accident following a heated argument for which he blames himself. Guilt-ridden and emotionally closed off, Lennox sees the academy as both his punishment and penance for her death.

Mariela, a dance instructor and a natural submissive, was Winnie's best friend and longs to help Lennox move past his grief. She's accepted that he will never see her as anything more than a friend, but she still wants to help him acknowledge what he needs. Mariela comes up with a plan of seduction, guaranteed to unleash the Dominant he's willfully buriedbut the passion they unleash could prove to be stronger than they are ready to handle.

Tara Sue Me wrote her first novel at the age of twelve. Twenty years later, after penning several traditional romances, she decided to try her hand at something spicier and started work on The Submissive, and soon followed that with The Dominant, The Training, Seduced by Fire, The Enticement, The Exhibitionist, The Master, The Exposure, and The Flirtation. The series has become a huge hit with readers around the world, and has been read and reread millions of times.
Tara kept her identity and her writing life secret, not even telling her husband what she was working on. To this day, only a handful of people know the truth (though she has told her husband). They live together in the southeastern United States with their two children.

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Language Territory Type Agency Client
German World Book Annelie Geissler
Mohrbooks AG
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Comments

2. January 2018, review
[An] erotic, deeply loving BDSM romance...Fans of erotic romance will delight in its mix of heat and heart.

Publishers Weekly

2. January 2018, review
Readers will be titillated by Lennox and Mariela's sensual slow burn and eager for Winnie's journal to clarify their fractured past.

Library Journal

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