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by Shari Dare
Category: Erotica/BDSM Erotica
Description: When Cilla Kantwell finds herself not only a prisoner but also a bed slave in an exotic household, her first thought is to rebel, but where can she go wearing only a slave collar? Rajan agrees to the purchase of the first bed slave for his household only to appease his father. His real agenda is to marry Cilla and cherish her forever, but will the strong willed American agree?
eBook Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press, 2004 WHISKEY CREEK PRESS
eBookwise Release Date: March 2005
105 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [178 KB]
Reading time: 130-182 min.
"His Slave is an unusual BDSM story. Ms. Dare breaks free from the normal world of consensual bondage that many writers portray. It is a beautiful erotic tale of love found in the most unexpected places. Ms. Dare shares a wild tale. It is a great fantasy that weaves a story of hot pleasure. I enjoyed it quite a bit and the love story is beautiful. You quickly become accustomed to the world in which Cilla finds herself. The writing is beautiful and flowing. However, this book is not for the faint of heart. Plain and simple it is brutal. Those who might find brutally against men unappealing will not enjoy this book. I found the brutal scenes were vividly written by Ms. Dare with an erotic heat. I look forward to reading more from this author. 4 Stars!"--Julie Esparza, Just Erotic Romance Reviews
"His Slave is a page turner that takes you inside the world of harems and bed slaves yet gives you a love story that will make you believe in happily ever after. A sizzler that balances harsh reality with the sweet passion of romance."--Barbara Raffin a.k.a. Dame Jade, author of the award winning books Time Out of Mind, The Indentured Heart, and Wolfsong
Cilla Kantwell prowled the flat overlooking the river. Coming to Paris to spend a year of fun had sounded like a wonderful adventure when Dalton Roberts first described it. But, to her dismay, her Aunt Lillian had been against the trip from the first moment she'd heard about it. She had said that good girls didn't go running off to Paris with men they hardly knew.
With Aunt Lillian's death six months ago, there was no one to stop Cilla. She'd buried Aunt Lillian in the same cemetery as her parents and for the first time in her life she was completely alone.
At Dalton's suggestion, they disposed of all of Aunt Lillian's property, quit their jobs and took off for the adventure of a lifetime,
How could everything have gone so utterly and totally wrong? Why had Dalton left her here and disappeared with all of her money?
The sound of a key in the lock turned her attentions from her silent questions to who could be opening her door.
Relief flooded her when Dalton came in. "Where have you been?" she demanded, when her senses finally returned.
"Securing our future," he said, patting the duffel bag he held in his hands.