Book One of “The Power to Please,” a dark and sensual series about shattering loss and redeeming love
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Recently-divorced Nonnie Crawford craves a new beginning — it arrives in the form of an enigmatic, dark-eyed stranger she dubs The Businessman. He seduces her with a sizzling introduction to the thrill of sexual submission.
As the days pass, she can’t forget him or how he made her feel. She seeks him out, her search leading to a BDSM club where she meets Michael Weston, a charming playboy who’s keen to seize the reins left dangling by the absent Businessman.
Nonnie wanted her life to change, and now it’s changing in ways she never imagined.
*Warning: adult material. Only purchase if it is legal for you to do so. This book contains explicit language and scenes of a sexual nature, including exhibitionism, S&M by secondary characters, and consensual domination and submission, which some readers may find objectionable.*
Approximately 42,000 words, 150 print pages
The Power to Please, a four-book, BDSM erotic romance
Nonnie Crawford journeys into the alluring but sometimes dangerous realm of BDSM. She yearns to submit herself to a powerful, dominant man and two Doms vie for that submission, the enigmatic Businessman and the charming Playboy.
Knowing who to trust is always a challenge, and the odds of making a mistake are multiplied when gripped by new, intoxicating desires. Nonnie’s choices prove the difference between perfect bliss and devastating ruin. Truth and trust. She’ll need both as she struggles to earn indestructible love, and to claim, with that love, the ultimate power to please.
*Warning: adult material. This series contains explicit language and scenes of a sexual nature, including exhibitionism, multiple-partner scenes, S&M, bondage, consensual domination and submission, and other activities which some readers may find objectionable.*
Click The Businessman’s Tie to read a sample.