Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and Reading Reality, where we can share which new books have been added to our bookshelves this week, and then go drool over the books that others have received. It is my first week taking part and I can’t wait to see what books everyone else got this week!
Even though my blog is only two weeks old now, this week I received my first book for review from an author! Except, I didn’t just receive one book to review – I received three! So I think it’s safe to say that I am a very happy bunny.
Here is what I got:
No Way Out by Tower Lowe – If anything happens to me… That phrase from Gloria’s email haunts Molly as she bounces around half-conscious in a dark space. Later, she opens her eyes in a small house with all the windows bricked shut and the door boarded from the outside. Her kidnapper has taken her keys, her cell phone, and her purse. Molly scrambles through the house, looking for any sign of life, any hope of escape, but the house is abandoned and she sees no way out. The kidnapping of former fraud investigator Molly Donovan follows Gloria’s murder, an event witnessed by Molly and PI Miguel Alvarez. Gloria’s mysterious email throws the two investigators together in a frantic search for the perp. A stranger traps Molly inside the abandoned house while an old friend sucks Miguel into his troubled past. Molly trusts Miguel until a series of notes incriminates him and leaves Molly on her own to investigate a sex cult, missing money, and jaded love.
Mistress Managed (Book One) by B.J. Frazier – Divorcing her husband after catching him during an S/M liaison with another woman, a successful lawyer finds herself not only revisiting her former fascination with dominant/submissive relationships but actively searching for a man she can dominate.
What her search delivers will prove the most addictive experience of Jeneca Avery’s life.
It will also bring her into contact with the commanding yet strangely submissive man who will change that life in ways she would not have believed possible.
This is book-one of three in B.J. Frazier’s exploration of one-woman’s odyssey in the darker world of sexual power. An odyssey that will take her from female dominance, to submission, and then back again…
Exotic and thoughtful female-led fiction for the connoisseur of the dominant woman.
The Harlot Affair (Book One) by Kayla Black – Some days are tough, especially when your method for building a savings is directly related to how many men you can lure into the alley for a good time. Even if that means only one of us is having a good time.
It’s fine, though. I get through each one of them knowing every coin will bring me one step closer to owning my own brothel where I’ll spend my nights by the fire, letting the girls do the heavy petting.
I never thought I’d say this, but being an orphan did have its upside – it taught me to be resilient and never give up. After breaking free from Madam Hilary’s, I was able to rent a flat with my best friend, Rose.
All in all, things have been coming along quite well – at least they were until he walked into my life. Just another cull, I thought, but something was different about this one. The way he looks at me. The magnetic energy between us – neither one of us can resist it, and that scares me.
Do I really believe a Lord could truly love a Lady of the Night?