Enslaved by Sydney Somers

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She's got him right where he wants her.
Dominion sentinel Kaela Garrett will go to any lengths to gather evidence against a suspected traitor, even if it means auctioning off her body to the highest bidder. Posing as a slave should have been the perfect cover to gain access to an exclusive gala. Only she hadn't anticipated a sexy treasure salvager with a grudge outbidding everyone-including her mark-to possess her.
Lorcan Hunt can't believe the very sentinel who had him arrested six weeks ago is on the auction block, completely at his mercy. What better way to get even-and pass the time until his next job-than force her to submit to every new and wicked revenge he can imagine? His every demand for her submission, however, comes with a price: a burning need that slides under his skin and grows stronger with every concession she makes.
When Kaela finally gives in to the fierce desire between them, Lorcan finds himself hopelessly caught in an impossible choice. Honor the commitment binding him to his next job-or hold onto the one woman he can never have.
This book contains a fiery battle of wills, the frequent use of restraints, seductive escape attempts and the kind of hot, explicit take-you-to-the-edge sex that comes only from complete surrender-heart, body and soul.

About Sydney Somers

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A lover of all things romance (the hotter the better) I spends my days tracking down remote controls, watching Sesame Street, changing diapers, feeding my menagerie of animals, and if I'm lucky finding a few spare minutes to commit more passionate tales to paper. I love to hear from readers and invite them to e-mail me anytime.
Published November 25, 2008 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 114 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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