Mina's Heart by Michele Zurlo
(Safe Word: Oasis)

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Mina hadn't meant to stay in Vermont. She'd planned to collect her mother and move across the country so they could begin a new life. When Everett Burke asked her out, it shouldn't have turned into anything serious, but she fell hard.

Everett had nursed a crush on Mina for years. When the strong, proud woman turned out to be a virgin--and emotionally vulnerable--he vowed to take things slowly. That included easing her into a D/s relationship slowly, not speaking frankly until he felt she was ready.

When Mina discovers his deception and what Ever really wants from her, she breaks it off and flees to the other side of the country. Then one snowy morning, her car careens off the road. Rescued by the one man she dreaded seeing again, she found out she'd run for all the wrong reasons.

Desperate, she submits a wish to Oasis. She wants to know one thing: Can they put the past behind them to build a future together?
 

About Michele Zurlo

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I wear a lot of hats for someone who doesn't like anything near my head. I'm a wife, mother, teacher, and when I have spare time, a writer. My childhood dreams tended to stretch no further than the next book in my to-be-read pile, and I aspired to be a librarian so I could read all day. Alas, that dream faded when I got a social life. Years later, I happened upon a free laptop that didn't come with games of any kind, which I figured was a good thing because I didn't have that much free time to throw down the Minesweeper Black Hole. Staring at the brand-new computer, I thought it would be a shame if it went to waste, so I decided to write a novel. Once I started writing, steamy, sensual stories poured from my fingertips, and now I just can't stop using that laptop. I hope you enjoy reading these tales as much as I enjoyed writing them.
 
Published March 19, 2013 by Loose Id LLC. 209 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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