The Rebirth of Rachel [Internet Bonds Series Book 1]
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by Christy Poff
Category: Erotica/BDSM Erotica/Romance
Description: Rachel Wainwright needed to find out what life held for her. The mother of two grown children, she knew her abusive marriage had hit a dead end in more ways than one. Surfing the Internet opened her eyes to a whole new world and she meant to have it. Rafael Donovan had everything a man could want but he searched for the perfect woman to share his unique lifestyle with. Burned several times before, he lurked on the Net until he found perfection. After a cautious first meeting, he knew he'd found her and devoted his life to helping her find her inner desires. Will Rafe's domination of Rachel compel her rebirth into a world of ecstasy and deep loving commitment or will her past haunt her?
eBook Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press, 2005 WHISKEY CREEK PRESS
eBookwise Release Date: June 2005
53 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [141 KB]
Reading time: 95-133 min.
"...absolutely loved this tale by Ms. Poff. There are not many Rafael's out there willing to win the heart of his one and only and this man pulls out all the stops. Rachael knows what she wants with Rafael and is willing to prove her devotion. I found both characters to be loving and honest in what they wanted and how they meant to get it. Great job Ms. Poff. 4 1/2 Unicorns!"--Laura, Enchanted in Romance
Twenty-five years ... twenty-three of which she had been under the impression she had a good and fulfilling relationship with her husband. They had two children, a son in the Air Force and a daughter, a college student at Virginia Tech.
She noticed changes in his attitude over the last several years, especially after the events of September 11th. He'd become cold, very cold, and it unnerved her. If someone died, his response was "Oh, well". He fought their son, and then their daughter, who had always taken up for him. Within the last year, her emotions turned to dislike, then hatred as she resented his staid and silly notions. Times had changed, but it seemed William Wainwright had regressed.
Tall and average in appearance, Wainwright swore everyone had dropped their lives, so to speak, just to piss him off or hurt him as paranoia began to rule him. He believed his family, co-workers, and even the guys at the firehouse where they volunteered, all seemed to make it their lot in life to make him miserable. His daughter even swore to him that he was bipolar; while his wife, Rachel, was sure he was another Wainwright male. She swore each successive generation got worse.