WINTER'S SWEET KISS by Terri Pray
A Novel of Bondage

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Synopsis

Would Her Need to Submit Lead to Tragedy?

When Danielle took over her father's newspaper in the small town on the edge of Lake Winter the last thing she expected was to find herself involved in a series of murders – as well as a chance to live out her private sexual fantasies.

But when she met Jack, ruggedly handsome with an compelling gaze that threatened to devour her, Danielle saw no problem in daring him to fulfill her wildest fantasies of submission. At the same time, Danielle begins to investigate a strange trio of local suicides. By day a fearless, dynamic journalist, by night a quivering submissive, Danielle soon has reason to fear that the two halves of her life may be beginning to converge. Is the man she is coming to love not just a dominant - but a murderer?

Coffee Time Romance says: "Winter's Sweet Kiss is not for the faint of heart. The dialogue is good and helps readers follow the subplots of jealousy and murder. All background characters remain subdued and give the story good depth while the main focus remains Danielle and Jack. This is a really good book, especially for anyone who likes spankings and dominant men; for them Winter's Sweet Kiss is a definite keeper."
 

About Terri Pray

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Terri Pray is a stay-at-home wife and mother who is slowly exploring a dream to become a recognized writer. Web content, erotica, signature stories, essays, articles, fiction ranging from science fiction and fantasy to mystery and humor, Terri Pray's range of writing continues to grow, facing new challenges with relish. Currently living in Iowa with her second husband, Terri was born in England, only moving to the States in 1999. They have two children, and share a love of writing and role-playing that brought them together via the Internet. Her husband, Sam, works with DarkFantasy Chat as a graphics and web designer.
 
Published April 27, 2012 by Sizzler.com. 95 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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