- Baronet Press
- Release Date
- July 2015
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance
When a young special education teacher unwittingly attracts the attention of a strange man on her late night walk home, she winds up with a supernatural guest she can't evict. For some reason, Charlie, the dominant immortal believes she is of fairy descent and has magical powers. He demands her complete submission and cooperation, refusing to free her until she promises to help him.
Charlie sees the power in Sasha and believes she has the ability to undo the curse placed on him by a jealous lover one hundred years before. He also loves toying with the feisty mortal, doling out humiliating punishments while arousing a lust in her that leaves them both hungry for satisfaction.
His habit of emotional detachment crumbles as he falls for Sasha, yet when he discovers she carries a secret that relates to his past, the betrayal nearly destroys him. He must decide whether he can ever trust a woman, or give into instinct and walk away from what might be his only chance at love and redemption.
**This book was previously released as Loose Morals by Darling Adams. It has been edited for re-release**
Publishers Note: This book contains elements of BDSM including spanking, bondage and erotic sex scenes.
Aug 01, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
126 people found the following review helpful
HIS CAPTIVE MORTAL is another entertaining spanking story from Renee Rose.
When we meet Sasha, she's alone, late at night and suddenly in big trouble. The author sets a fast pace from page one as we feel Sasha's fear. What's really great about the story: the interaction between Sasha and the vampire (Charlie); Sasha's reactions and comments seem genuine and I laughed out loud at one of her comments to her ex-boyfriend (potential spoiler, you'll have to read the story to find out); and of course, their sexual interactions are downright yummy.
The not so goods: the author uses some words that I wasn't sure what she meant and a quick online search didn't pull up anything for me (trace, tracing). It wasn't until I had seen it used several times that it made sense. There were also some editing issues that had me tripping over my own feet. But overall, a good story. I enjoyed the paranormal aspects and the ease by which the author blended it with normal human expectations.
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