- Totally Bound
- Release Date
- January 2018
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Two recovering sex addicts. Two broken souls. One shared passion.
Mary Ann Scott was once an aspiring fitness model and all-around party girl. Now, she's a sex addict whose recovery is making her miserable. Despite spending nearly a year in a treatment program, she struggles to escape the scars left by her addiction. Then, one night, she crosses paths with Peter Robert Rogers, a childhood friend turned handsome firefighter who just happens to be a recovering sex addict as well.
He comes into Mary's life broken, distraught and vulnerable. Having experienced that feeling, too, she reaches out to him. Together, they try to help each other heal. But in doing so, Mary doesn't just open old wounds. She evokes a wealth of pent-up desire…a desire that quickly consumes them both.
Now, she and Peter are nearing the brink of relapsing. They're on the verge of giving in to their addiction. Will it break them once more? Or will it bring them together and finally heal their wounded souls?
Reader Advisory: This book contains discussion and recollections of murder, suicide, infidelity and death. Description of an intense BDSM scene.
General Release Date: 18th April 2017
May 30, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
126 people found the following review helpful
Can two broken people create a whole relationship? Author Jack Fisher introduces an intriguing scenario involving two recovering sex addicts.
As a reader, I found the scenarios leading up to the addiction to be fascinating. After all, too much of a good thing can definitely be bad. When you are trying to deal with an addiction, it's always suggested that an accountability partner would be helpful.
If that accountability partner happens to be a childhood friend who also is fighting the same addiction, the question is whether they will be stronger together.
The characters provided a significant amount of entertainment. Not only does Mary Ann have a rather amusing sense of dry humor, but the chemistry generated between the two is enjoyable. Sister Angela provides just the right amount of common sense when Mary Ann and Peter are teetering on the brink.
I liked that this was a story featuring real problems and solutions, while being packaged in an engaging format.
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