Dangerously Bound (Dangerous Romance Series, Book One)

She wasn’t as innocent as he remembered. He’s twice as wicked as she ever imagined.

 

She can whip up something sweet…

Allie LeClair has finally returned to the sultry city of New Orleans. After ten years of studying and working as a pastry chef in San Francisco and all over Europe—and feeding her submissive side at BDSM clubs—Allie is home, and she has something to prove to the man who once fueled her desires. She’s not a child anymore.

But with two in the kitchen…

When security specialist Mick Reid hears that Allie is back in town, he knows he won’t be able to stay away for long. Ever since he discovered his darker side, Mick has tried to protect Allie from the aggressive beast within him—but that power and wildness is exactly what she wants.

Can they take the heat?

Allie has made the first move, but now it’s up to Mick. The game has begun, and playing has never been so rough.
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What Reviewers & Readers Are Saying about Dangerously Bad

“Bradley serves up a blazing hot erotic tale that’s sure to satisfy fans of the genre.”

~Publishers Weekly Red Star Review!

“…delicious tale of second chances and dark yearning, of people exploring love’s shadowed edges. I enjoyed every luscious word!”

~Angela Knight, NY Times bestselling author

“Words cannot express how much I enjoyed this book… Eden Bradley just blew me away.”

~Bitten By Love Reviews

…masterfully done….”

~Cocktails and Books-5 Cocktails!

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Eden Bradley | Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling and award-winning author Eden Bradley (aka Eve Berlin) writes dark, edgy character-driven erotic fiction. Her work has been called “elegant, intelligent and sensual.” Her debut novel, The Dark Garden, has been praised as “a masterpiece”, and was a Romantic Times Top Pick, as was her erotic novel Forbidden Fruit. Her novel The Lovers was called “the thinking woman’s erotica.”