Dangerously Broken (Dangerous Romance Series, Book Two)

For Jamie Stewart-Greer, BDSM is the perfect way to release the darkness inside him and use it for pleasure. But it’s getting more difficult to hide this side of himself—especially from the one person who elicits his most extreme, secret passions.
When his best friend died, Jamie promised he’d watch over his little sister, Summer Grace. Summer is a nearly irresistible sex kitten who’s been after Jamie since she was fourteen—and she’s absolutely taboo. But now she’s hunting him in his territory—the Bastille, New Orleans’ most infamous BDSM club—and Jamie knows he’s in trouble.
Summer is more than ready to indulge Jamie’s secret kinks, and as their relationship spirals into the darkest recesses of absolute pleasure, it only stirs her desire for more. If Jamie is willing to give Summer what she wants, it’s going to turn love into the most dangerous fetish of all.


What Reviewers & Readers Are Saying about Dangerously Broken

“With kink, sensuality, emotional depth, and passion that flies off the page, Eden Bradley has a winner in Dangerously Broken. Loved it!”

~New York Times bestselling author J. Kenner

“Dangerously Broken is dark and sexy, romantic and edgy—this book will keep you up all night.”

~ New York Times bestselling author Lexi Blake

“Amazingly beautiful story of love, loss, kink, friendship, just gah this book had it all”

~Wicked Babes Blog Reviews

“Eden Bradley is absolutely brilliant…”

~Cocktails and Books 5 Stars!

“Only Eden can make you feel and understand how undeniably healing BDSM can be… Truly a beautiful thing to read!”

~Reader Review


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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.”


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