Desert Surrender by Melinda Barron

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Genre: BDSM Full-figured Heroine Erotic Contemporary

BBW Clarissa Alexander isn't exactly the model daughter her rich parents want. She's loud, independent and always willing to show off her new tattoos. They're hoping the husband they've selected for her will help straighten her out.

But Clarissa has no intention of marrying the man her parents have chosen. She wants someone fun to play with. Someone like Maddox Perry, casino owner and absolutely gorgeous Dom. When Clarissa makes a play for Maddox she isn't just trying to tick off her parents: this time she's truly attracted.

After getting a taste of Clarissa, Maddox knows he's found the perfect sub for him. The only problem is Clarissa doesn't want to be tied down, permanently that is. He just has to teach her that the temperatures aren't the only thing smoldering in the Nevada desert. And surrendering to her submissive desires will give her more freedom than she ever thought possible.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, BDSM (including/not limited to: bondage, spanking, whipping).

About Melinda Barron

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Melinda Barron loves to explore Egyptian tombs and temples, discover Mayan ruins, play in castles towers, and explore new cities and countries. She generally does it all from the comfort of her home by opening a book. A multi-published author of erotica, Melinda is the fourth of five children born to an Army officer and his wife. A longtime newspaper journalist, Melinda loved to read and write from an early age. Now she lives in the Texas Panhandle with two cats, and enough books to, according to her brother, open her own library. In addition to reading and writing Melinda enjoys travel, cross-stitching, watching movies and spending time with her friends and family.
Published May 5, 2009 by Loose Id LLC. 180 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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