- Release Date
- January 2016
- Book 1 of Crave
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Crave (Bound To Be Naughty) by Erzabet Bishop - Romance>BDSM
In the darkness of night, desire reigns supreme.
The sins of the past live on in the present…
Carefree submissive Linnet Adams is living the dream with a promising future, another semester of school under her belt, and best of all, the devotion of Master Gage. Her life at Crave, the city's most exclusive BDSM club, is everything to her until she's thrust into a living nightmare.
Seven years, seven murders…
Ryder, a male submissive at Crave, is devoted to the lifestyle and one very hard to pin down Domme. He is also a Doctor of Psychology specializing in BDSM related crimes. When yet another murder occurs, he is asked to assist Detective Linnet Adams. Sometimes the truth is hiding in plain sight, and all it can take is one kiss.
The whisper of the cane can bring them heaven or hell…
Gage still dreams about the sub who got away. Linnet was his fantasy girl and the woman he wanted to spend the rest of his life with. As the new owner of Crave, he still can't get her out of his mind.
A discovery is about to rock his world and bring the past and future colliding together. If only he has the courage to embrace it.
Feb 27, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
215 people found the following review helpful
What happens when your past and present collide? Detective Linnet Adams will do whatever it takes to solve a serial murder case, even if it means facing her personal demons.
In CRAVE by Erzabet Bishop, readers get a glimpse of Linnet as a submissive with Master Gage before a tragic incident. Years later, she has re-created her identity as a Domme who gives Ryder orders. The contrast between the old and new Linnet is fascinating. While it's clear that her past has shaped her present, she appears to have moved on.
As a novella, there is a lot of action packed in, complete with suspense and some super hot BDSM action. In a world that clearly separates private and public life, Linnet finds them suddenly merged.
The characters were exceptionally well developed, particularly their roles in the kink community. Although he's a Dom, Master Gage easily earned my sympathy for his loss. Together, Linnet, Master Gage and Ryder create a sizzling menage.
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