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December 2013

Open Relationships
Featured, Relationships

Is Your Monogamous Relationship Really All That Sweet?

Sugar And Spice and All Things Nice

Once upon a time little boys and girls were sold a big fat fairytale about love, romance and all that it should be. This tall tale was practically wallowing in smooze…laden with good girls, charming princes, big bad wolves, acts of contrition and repentance for being ‘bad’ and of course, that spangly, starry- eyed moment where the heterosexual couple’s eye met across that crowded room, et voila : fireworks, explosions, earth-moving, soul-shattering love at first sight (accompanied by muzak). But are we all really living happily ever after?

Sickly Sweet

These gobbets of saccharine – coated fantasy adhere to our social fabric, as we relentlessly, and often mindlessly, like sugar-addicted toddlers on some kind of frenzied high, pursue this beau ideal. Yet, what happens when we crash and realise that this dream may be as flat and one dimensional as the Disney-esque caricatures of this particular paradigm? Yes, she may be pretty, witty (but oh not so gay), but what are her political inclinations? Yes, good god, he is dashing, but what are his thoughts on attachment parenting, breastfeeding and will he smack the kids? Cinderella and her prince would turn vapid and empty eyes towards you with such questions and answer them only with a sickly smile and a meaningful look towards each other.  Or vacuously pat you on the head and offer you candy cane.

The Missing Ingredient

So let me get this straight, before you call out the hounds. I totally do get some of this monogamous, hetero-centric tale. I love the blossoming love, the commitment, the synchronicity of it all – hot damn, what are the statistical probabilities of actual, real , ‘star-crossed lovers’ meeting at that point, at that time, at that point of her menstrual cycle. Incredible, huh? I do firmly believe there are those out there that have reached the dizzying heights of Romeo and Juliet type love, who have met the ying of their yang. But what I also realise is that this ideal is an exclusive one, immobile and static. Yes, of course, it allows for the continuance of burgeoning love between heterosexual couples, but where is the space for everyone else’s story? Those of diverse or fluid gender or sexual orientation don’t even have a bit part in this particular play, and no Madame Cranky, the cross-dressing pantomime Dame, just doesn’t cut it for me.

Rocky Road

Obviously shifts are occurring within our cultural and societal norms. Relationships that do not adhere to the hetero-centric, it takes two to tango model, are being presented within literature and popular media. Shows like “Polyamory: married and dating”, “Sister Wives” or “Orange is the New Black”, present variations to the ‘Happily ever after’ model. However, is the very basis of this fairytale paradigm being questioned or challenged in any meaningful way? Are the very foundations of the fairytale being rocked? Are new models being offered that can more realistically present human interactions and relationships?

For some that may reject or question the candy cane sweetness of monogamy, there may still something to be said for Rocky Road. Whilst rejecting the woolly candy floss of unachievable or idealised monogamy, they rejoice in the boundless freedoms that Rocky Road can bring with each taste. You can’t be dictated to with Rocky Road…there are infinite possibilities in those biscuits, cherry, nuts and mallow pieces. We just have to take a bite.  Just be aware that Rocky Road also can become sickly sweet.

Kama Sutra Fusion Position -
Relationships, Sex Positions

The Fusion Position – Kama Sutra Inspired For G-Spot Pleasure

This position is inspired by the Kama Sutra. It put the woman completely in control of penetration, speed, and depth. While this position can be a little tricky to pull off, when you get the hang of it it is sensual, sexy, visually mind blasting, and it stimulates your g-spot a-maz-ing-ly!

Have your man sit back, with his legs apart, lower yourself facing him on to his cock,  spread your legs over his thighs, and thrust up and down like a “piston” (I hate that description, but it’s pretty much the action required to rock your G-Spot socks off!!)

Start out slowly, get the right spot…. then enjoy!

This is going to give your arms a workout – we found  that  leaning forward for some kissing and a cuddle, straddling him, and gently still rocking and girating when you get too tired, adds to the intimacy, boosts those sexy feel good hormones, and makes it easier  to get back to pumping when your arms have had a bit of  rest.

To take this position to the next sexy level, work on some intense intimacy – hold eye contact, breathe together, and communicate what is feeling hot.

You can add a vibrator if you want, especially if you aren’t too familiar with your g-spot, extra clitoral pleasure can make this position extra orgasmic!

The dos and don'ts of making your own sex tapes -
Sex Ed, Your Body

Our Guide to Making Your Own Sex Tapes

I’m not sure whether making your own sex tapes are more common nowadays, or whether we’re just more open about them. I imagine our easy access to technology probably has something to do with it – after all, 20 years ago making one would have meant setting up a hefty cassette video recorder on a tripod in a corner of the room. Now all anyone has to do is hit record on an open laptop, or prop their smart phone up on their bedside table.

New-fangled gadgets have certainly made the creation of erotic home filmography simpler… but technology has also made the sharing of those films easier. The push of a button can send your most intimate moments out for the entire world to see, with no take-backs, and the ability for your vajay to go viral in a matter of hours. What you put out on the internet is basically on the internet forever.

Think very carefully before filming a sensual adventure solo or with a partner.

Here are our golden rules for making your own sex tapes

Don’t be pressured to make a sexy video at someone else’s behest. If the idea makes you uncomfortable in any way, just don’t do it. Your ass, your choice.

Don’t make a sex tape with someone you barely know, or don’t trust. Think long and hard about this. Do you trust this person with footage of you in the throws of passion? If you were to break up, do they have enough integrity to still keep this celluloid immortalization private?

Don’t feel the need to compete with professionals. If you want to make a sex tape to spice things up with your lover, make fun and pleasure your focus. Worrying about dirty-talk dialogue and cycling through multiple positions with ferocious enthusiasm may take the sexy out of making your own sex tapes.

Do get in the mood. Especially if this is your first foray into DIY porn, and nerves are running a little high. Put on some sexy music, choose something to wear that makes you feel amazing, and maybe indulge in a little pre-film foreplay to relax and get into the swing of things.

Do your thing. The act of filming your seductive encounter will be exciting in itself, so just be yourself instead of hamming it up for the camera. You can show as much, or as little, skin as you like. In fact, you can stay under the covers if that’s how you prefer to roll. This is your dirty movie, so you make the rules.

Do think about lighting and mood. Play with the night-vision setting on your camcorder to shoot in the dark, avoid glare and reflection from windows if you’re filming in broad, unabashed daylight, or play it soft and romantic with flattering candlelight.

Want to experience the thrill of making your own sex tapes without the possibility of it getting into the wrong hands? There’s nothing wrong with filming your escapades, watching them back once for giggles, and then deleting them ASAP. Just because they’re captured digitally, doesn’t mean you need to keep them forever.

What’s your number one DIY sex tape tip?


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BDSM For beginners
Education, Featured, Orgasms, Relationships, Sex Ed

BDSM For Absolute Beginners

For the uninitiated and unfamiliar, BDSM (bondage, discipline and sadomasochism) is a broad umbrella term alluding to a wide array of erotic practices involving dominance and submission. There are many sub-cultures that identify with the BDSM catchall, and while many BDSM-associated practices are sexual, not all involve sex. For some, pleasure is derived simply in the act of submitting to another person, or having consensual control over another. For others, erotic pain – giving it, receiving it, or both – is necessary for sexual satisfaction.

While once relegated to the so-called seedy sexual underworld, BDSM is now more mainstream, with greater awareness of pleasure/pain sensualities being explored in books, film, magazines, and porn sites.

If you’re curious about BDSM, and would like to dip your toe into it delightfully dark waters, here are some tips for absolute beginners.

Discuss It With Your Lover

The idea of surprising your lover dressed in head-to-toe leather or latex might turn you on, but the reality of catching them completely unawares may not live up to your expectations… especially if your frisky frolics have been purely ‘vanilla’ in the past.

Try subtly introducing a little light spanking into your boudoir play and gauge their reaction, or watch a film or read an erotic book together drawing on BDSM elements. Express your interests and desires and suggest things you could try to see whether you would both be into it.

Get The Basic Gear

If you’re introducing a little BDSM play into your sex life, there are a few essentials you can pick up from any good online retailer. Passionate Jade has a bondage section dedicated to naughty-nice products and accessories, including metal and silk cuffs, cute crops, feather ticklers and floggers, blindfolds, bed restraint kits, and even after-spanking cream.

Almost all online retailers offer a wide selection of BDSM toys, accessories and kits, so have a browse and see what piques your curiosity.

Before You Dive Right In

BDSM is all about trust and control, so it’s important to discuss your limits with your partner before popping that shiny red ball-gag in your mouth. Decide on both a safe word and signal that you can use of either one of you becomes uncomfortable, and respect one another’s boundaries.

Role-Play Your Way to Perfection

For first timers, relinquishing or taking control can difficult, depending on your natural inclinations. You may feel silly at first, so to let go of your inhibitions, and think of your foray into BDSM in terms of role-play, where each of you plays a character. Have fun with it, experiment, and find out what works for you and what doesn’t.

This is about you and what you and your partner find pleasurable, so there really are no right or wrong ways to play. The Bondage Police are not going to come knocking on your bedroom door if you don’t do BDSM the way someone else does… unless, of course, that’s part of your fantasy.


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How to get what you want in bed -
Relationships, Sex Ed

You’re Doing It Wrong! How to Get What You Want In Bed

Sex is, obviously, a very personal and intimate experience, which is why sometimes it can be difficult to ask for what you want. Especially if you’re sharing the experience with someone new. Not communicating your desires and hot spots to your partner can end in heartbreak and sexual disaster, as so delightfully lamented by Lily Allen in Not Fair.

The thing is, letting your partner know what you like, what turns you on, and what really pushes your buttons is important, and can take your sexual adventures from fantastic, to mind-blowing. Your partner isn’t a mind reader – and more often than not, they’ll appreciate a little direction here or there. Knowing what you love will probably be a real turn-on for them, so ditch your hang-ups about being bossy, and get comfortable with asking for what you want.

Getting What You Want

I Love It When You…

A little positive reinforcement can go a long way, so if your partner is doing something you love, be sure to let them know. Vocalize how much you’re enjoying what they’re doing to you, and they’re likely to log it in the playbook for future reference.

You Know What I’d Really Like…?

Some gentle encouragement is a great way to offer direction without bruising your lover’s ego or making them feel inadequate. Catch them with your best seductive stare, and tell them what you want. You can be flirty and suggestive or direct, depending on the mood and how comfortable you feel.

Do You Like It When I…?

This communication deal works both ways; so try asking your partner what they enjoy. Their feedback will help you understand their needs better, and they’re likely to follow your lead and ask a few questions of their own.

Do You Want Me To Show You…?

Um – of course they do! If you really want to make it clear to your partner what works for you, what better way than to show them. You know your body better than anyone, so take the role of teacher and let them see how it’s done. They’ll love being given the opportunity to watch.

Avoiding What You Don’t Want

Asking for something you want is often easier than hinting for your lover to stop doing something you don’t enjoy. This can be particularly tricky territory, especially if it seems to be one of the moves they’re most proud of, but there’s no point keeping your displeasure on the down low. After all, imagine how mortified you’d feel if you found they’d been keeping quiet about something they don’t like?

In the moment, you can try and divert their attention elsewhere, but it might be that you need to have a quiet chat about it to clarify. Raise the subject in a completely non-sexual moment and environment, and explain that while you love it when they ABC, that XYZ thing they do just isn’t your thing. In all likelihood they’ll be relieved you told them. If they get embarrassed, reassure them of what you do enjoy, and explain that you just want to be honest. If they ignore you and keep doing that thing you don’t like, it might be time to kick them out of bed.

How do you prompt your partner to get what you want in bed?

Side By Side Sex Position -
Education, Sex Positions

Intimate, Hot, Sensual: Side By Side Sex Position

Slow, sensual, intimate – the side by side position is for smoldering, sexy love making. This isn’t a quick fuck position, this is candle light and love making by the fireside, this is the stuff of erotica novels!

The intimacy is the biggest benefit of this position, with full skin to skin touching, releasing yummy love hormones and building the love. If you’re patient, this is a great position to rock slowly to climax, if you’re not so patient, this is the position to start a sexy tease from.

You can mix it up with pillows, and raising and lowering her leg to change the angle of penetration. It’s quite a good pregnancy sex position, provided you have the support of pillows to maneuver into a comfortable position.

Up the intimacy, and play with your pleasure by:

  • Gripping each other tight. Hold on so tight like you don’t want to let go
  • Maintain eye contact and breathe together
  • Use pillows under her butt to raise her slightly to change the angle of penetration
  • Raise her leg up (trust us!!)
  • Use your hands, caress, explore, tease…..

Try it and let us know how you liked it!


Education, Featured

Best Last-Minute Naughty Gifts For Christmas

If you’ve left your Christmas shopping to the last minute (again!) and you’re looking for something naughty-but-nice to leave for your lover under the tree, we’ve got the skinny on the best last-minute gifts to buy online, or DIY.

Seductive Selfie

Channel your inner glamour model and grab your point-and-shoot camera or smartphone and get snapping. Think boudoir photography, and pose in your favorite lounge chair, in your garden or draped across your bed. Give your hair some sexy bed-head style, throw on some red lippy and extra mascara for added drama, and then pout and sizzle into the lens. The great thing about digital photography is you can take 50 photos in a matter of minutes, and then weed through to find the perfect shot. Run it through an app filter for a more romantic or moody look, and then send it to your home printer (or, shhhh, your office printer, so long as you don’t get caught!) before popping it in a gorgeous frame. Voila!

Share a Lip-Biting Bedtime Story

Share the fun of an erotic Christmas story with your partner, and purchase one of these fun and feisty holiday-themed erotic works of fiction to read on your Kindle or Kindle-compatible app. Naughty or Nice: Christmas Erotica Stories and The Merry XXXmas Book of Erotica are hot favorites this year, and you won’t even have to brave the mall or wrap them.

Night-Before Romantic Hamper

Grab a cute basket and some red ribbon, and you can create your own naughty-but-nice gift hamper without going further than the supermarket. Shop the confectionary aisle for some indulgent chocolates to share, head to beauty aisle for fragrant bubble baths and massage lotions you can enjoy together, and check out the health aisle for personal lubricants and even an assortment of brightly colored and vibrating condoms. Adding a flirty message to the gift card, with your less-than-honorable intentions, will be the icing on the cake.

Stocking Already Sumptuously Stuffed

Looking for a lusty last-minute gift with all the finer details already taken care of? Australian online retailer Sextoys2TheDoor offers express next-day delivery to metro areas, and currently has three Christmas stocking gifts, packed to the brim with fun fancies such as furry handcuffs, flavored lube, vibrators, underwear and more. Choose from the Naughty Christmas Box, the Naughty Christmas Gift, or the Naughty Christmas Stocking. Be in quick to ensure delivery on time.

For Those Who Have Been Extra Naughty…

Want to spoil your partner with a little light spanking this Christmas? This Bondage Christmas Package from Toys4GrownUps includes an array of first-time bondage necessities, and is available for next-day delivery to metro areas.

Put a Ring Bow On It

Want to really wow your lover this Christmas? Don a fur-trimmed Santa hat and your favorite racy-red lingerie and wrap a giant bow around your middle. They’ll have tons of fun unwrapping you.

Got a great last minute gift idea? Share it here or on Facebook!


YES! Enthusiasic Consent -
Body Positive Activism, Featured, Relationships

The Difference Between Yes and YES YES YES!

Enthusiastic consent. It’s a really simple term, and it’s a really simple concept – but somehow, the lines got blurred.  Enthusiastic consent very simply means that both participants are excited, willing, and able to say yes to sex.

Which in my opinion is pretty sexy.

What if a woman says yes, but then says no… – That’s NOT enthusiastic consent

What if a woman is too drunk to enthusiastically consent  -That’s NOT enthusiastic consent.

What if you “know she wants it” but she’s saying she doesn’t  – That’s NOT enthusiastic consent!

(That was very heteronormative of me, the same applies for any partner you’re considering having a bit of rumpty pumpy with)

Enthusiastic consent is the BEST type of consent. It’s sexy has hell! Don’t believe me? Listen to what it  could sound like


Do more of THAT

FUCK me already



No Means No

There are several reasons that consent culture isn’t a buzz word and “Rape Culture” is. We have this misleading belief that when a woman say “No” she really means “Yes”  – now this may be true for some women, but the fact of the matter is that no, means no. Unless you have clearly communicated that No means Yes, and have another word that means NO – then, it’s really simple: NO, means NO.

Pick up artists are taught to handle “Last Minute Resistance” where a woman (or partner) decides at the last moment that they don’t want to have sex. Strategies they’re taught include emotional bullying such as “Freeze Outs” to blatantly ignoring the woman’s resistance and proceeding anyway – citing that a woman’s resistance is merely her “Anti-Slut-Defence” or, her means of trying not to appear too slutty.

The trouble with this is, it’s making a sweeping assumption that all women are the same. That all women say NO when they mean YES – a concept that couldn’t be further from the truth.

A better approach would be to actually respect your partner, back off, and perhaps get back to the business of accepting her wishes.

Yes Doesn’t Always Mean Yes

It gets murkier, because not all Yes’s are the same… A coerced or pressured yes isn’t the same as an enthusiastic yes.  A yes where the woman is too drunk to really say yes isn’t the same as an enthusiastic yes. A yes, where the woman then withdraws and doesn’t appear to be “into it” is not an enthusiastic yes.. it’s still a NO.

The Right Type Of Yes And How To Ask

Enthusiastic consent is awesome because  it means you’re both into it. You’re both enjoying it, and you’re both respectful of one another. no one is coerced, forced, or going to regret it in the morning. There’s no “Buyer’s remorse” there’s no last minute resistance, its fun, consensual sex.

It’s easy to check if your partner is into it too: ask “Are you into this”.  Read her body language, are they enthusiastically participating? If they’re not, back off, slow down, re-initiate foreplay, or if they really aren’t into sex, respect their wishes. There’s no need to manipulate her. There’s no need to break through her resistance. She’s resisting for a reason, and if you’re truly after a good experience, delaying the marshmallow, and waiting until your partner is ready can be far more rewarding than an unenthusiastic lay.

Non-consensual sex is rape.

Chlamydia Bakterien
Featured, Safer Sex, Your Body

Do You Have Chlamydia ‘The Gooey Stuff’ ?

Silent Epidemic

WTF!??! ‘Gooey stuff’…who did that??  However, the slang term for this particularly frisky little bacterium can be misleading in that your down belows aren’t that likely to erupt into an oozing pustule when you contract it. It’s often referred to as the “Silent Epidemic” in that most of those who contract it are asymptomatic (have no symptoms).

The problem is that if this infection is not treated it can have some unwelcome long-term effects on your unmentionables, such as reproductive difficulties and chronic pain.  Also, if mum has Chlamydia when she gives birth the newborn can be at risk from eye and lung infections.  Untreated Chlamydia may also increase your chances of acquiring or transmitting HIV.

Symptoms Of Chlamydia

Some symptoms that are detectable are unusual vaginal bleeding, genital discharge (yep, the Gooey Stuff), pain in the abdomen, rectum or genitals, painful intercourse or urination. Hopefully if you feel as though you’re peeing shards of broken glass or hell fire through your urethra you’ll be taking yourself off to your G.P or sexual health clinic and not hoping it will all just go away…this is not Fairy Land and Dorothy is not going to click her heels. Girl up/ Boy up and luuuurrrve your intimate parts. I know that they love you.

It’s So Common…Even The Koalas Get It

Worldwide, Chlamydia is one of the most commonly transmitted STI’s, especially for younger people, with about 106 million new cases occurring each year (WHO, 2008). It’s so prevalent that here in Australia even the koalas can get it…So if you are sexually active (or have a penchant for furry friends) it’s a good idea to get screened, especially if you are engaging in unprotected sex (anal, vaginal or oral). This is done through swabs (cotton budding of your vagina, cervix, anus or penis) or pee tests.

If you are positive for Chlamydia then you’ll be given antibiotics to quickly deal with it. It’s that simple – there should be no shame or stigma attached to just another bacterial infection…it just happens to be, well you know, there. Also to protect those crown jewels, you can reduce the risk of transmission through consistent condom and dam use. So before you get it on, pop one on.

More Resources:

Could I Have It?

Healthy WA STI Information:

Woman reading in bed

10 Dirty Novels To Read In Bed (That Are NOT 50 Shades…)

If you’re new to erotica, a quick browse through Amazon’s weighty virtual store offers thousands of salacious stories to choose from, including erotica, contemporary romance, paranormal romance, romantic suspense, science fiction and fantasy, and much more, to cater to all literary tastes.

Here’s a sneak-peak at some of the highest rated erotica tales available on Amazon right now. Download them to your Kindle device or app, and no-one will ever suspect you’re reading something a little raunchy.

Fueled, by K. Bromberg

A top pick for Amazon’s Best Romance Books for 2013, Fueled is book two of the Driven Trilogy. Available via Kindle and paperback. 4.9/5 stars based on 1300+ reader reviews.

He steals my breath, stops my heart, and brings me back to life again all in a split second of time. But how can I love a man who won’t let me in? Who continually pushes me away to prevent me from seeing the damaged secrets in his past? My heart has fallen, but patience and forgiveness can only go so far…

Brie Surrenders her Heart, by Red Phoenix

The popular eighth book in the After Graduation series, Brie Surrenders her Heart is available via Kindle. 5/5 stars based on 160+ reader reviews.

Brie’s submissive journey has been marked with self-discovery, humor, and sexual exploration. To her delight, Brie is about to enjoy the best scene ever with Master, carrying her to heights never imagined.

Nocturnes, by Kendall Grey

The third installment in the Hard Rock Harlots series, Nocturnes is available via Kindle and paperback. 5/5 stars based on 100+ reader reviews.

Rax Wrathbone is the dirty rock star you love to hate. The filthy fantasy slithering through your bed sheets. The serpent in your lady garden. The snake bite in your panties that keeps you sweating all night. He. Is. Sex… And he’s no good. For anyone.

This Man Confessed, by Jodi Ellen Malpas

The thrilling climax of the This Man trilogy, This Man Confessed is available via Kindle and paperback. 4.8/5 based on 1100+ reader reviews.

Just when she thinks that she’s finally got beneath his guarded exterior, more questions arise which lead Ava to believe that Jesse Ward may not be the man she thinks he is. He knows too well how to take her to a place beyond ecstasy…but will he also drive her to the brink of despair? It’s time for this man to confess.

This Is Who I Am, by Cherise Sinclair

The seventh book in the Masters of the Shadowlands series, This Is Who I Am contains strong but consensual sadistic elements and is available via Kindle and paperback. 4.8/5 stars based on 300+ reader reviews.

When trying to save a woman from slavers, Sam screwed up. Royally. Now Linda wants nothing to do with him. Or with BDSM. She won’t even admit she’s a masochist. As a dominant and sadist, he can give her what she needs, and when an opportunity arises, he slips into her life, intending to make amends…

The Dark Prince, by S. L. Jennings

Falling into the ‘paranormal’ category and part of The Dark Light series, The Dark Prince is available via Kindle and paperback. 4.8/5 stars based on 200+ reader reviews.

Dorian Skotos is Dark. And although that brand of sheer, unrelenting evil is a direct threat to her life, Gabriella is tragically in love with him… The way his touch radiated electricity right to her core, the way his ice blue eyes somehow made panties drop involuntarily, how his sexy half-smile crumbled the barriers around her heart.

Found in You, by Laurenlin Paige

The follow-up book to the USA Today bestseller Fixed on You, Found in You is available via Kindle and paperback. 4.8/5 stars based on 230+ reader reviews.

Alayna Withers has only had one kind of relationship: the kind that makes her obsessive and stalker-crazy. Now that Hudson Pierce has let her into his heart, she’s determined to break down the remaining walls between them so they can build a foundation that’s based on more than just amazing sex…

Love and Let Die, by Lexi Blake

Part of the Masters and Mercenaries series, Love and Let Die is available via Kindle and paperback. 4.9/5 stars based on 120+ reader reviews.

For five years, Charlotte has thought of nothing but returning to her husband, her Master. Working in the shadows, she has devoted herself to earning a chance to reclaim her place in Ian’s life. But forgiveness isn’t a part of Ian’s vocabulary. Will he forgive his wayward submissive…or lose her again?

Redneck Romeo, by Lorelei James

Book 15 in the Rough Riders erotica series, Redneck Rodeo is available via Kindle and paperback. 4.8/5 stars based on 170+ reader reviews.

Aurora “Rory” Wetzler has fallen for cowboy hottie Dalton’s smooth-talkin’ ways too many times. So he’s determined to convince her he’s playing for keeps this go around? Fine. She’ll call that bluff—she can’t ignore their intense chemistry or resist smokin’ hot sex, but she’s not willing to gamble her heart again.

Seduced in the Dark, by CJ Roberts

Book two of The Dark Duet series, Seduced in the Dark is available via Kindle. 4.8/5 stars based on 870+ reader reviews.

What is the price of redemption? Rescued from sexual slavery by a mysterious Pakistani officer, Caleb carries the weight of a debt that must be paid in blood. The road has been long and fraught with uncertainty, but for Caleb and Livvie, it’s all coming to an end. Can he surrender the woman he loves for the sake of vengeance? Or will he make the ultimate sacrifice?

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