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by Lauren Jameson

Genre: Erotic Romance, Contemporary Erotic Romance

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Tantalizingly sensual and shockingly intense, Jameson’s second In Vino Veritas book combines the erotic and the artistic in a novel packed with steamy tension. Though there are some elements of this genre that are growing increasingly familiar, Jameson does an excellent job making this story feel original and daring, providing a hero whose moments of self-doubt make him increasingly sympathetic and a scarred heroine whose courage can break down any resistance.

From the moment Elijah Masterson sees the stunning sculpture showcased in his luxury hotel, he feels a desperate need to know the artist, Samantha Collins. He can sense the submissive streak within her that she longs to set free. When they finally meet, her headstrong, fiery nature makes Elijah doubt his instincts for the first time. Samantha can’t explain the urges that bring her back to Elijah, but his emotional distance is infuriating. So Samantha makes him an offer she knows he can’t refuse — a month of absolute submission to explore their fantasies. But will it be enough time to satisfy their needs? (NAL, Dec., 304 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Bridget Keown

Publisher: NAL

Published: December 2013

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