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Promo Tour w/Giveaway: Embracing the Fall by Lainey Reese

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Embracing the Fall (New York Book 4) by Lainey Reese Date of Publication: August 4, 2015 Blurb
Sometimes it takes double the love to banish the ghosts of the past.
New York, Book 4
Back in college, Cami and Ziporah forged a bond that became a lifeline when tragedy struck. Now as Cami begins to reclaim her sexuality, including the possibility that she is a sexual submissive, her fear of the unknown threatens to keep her chained by the past.
Ziporah has always been Cami's champion, comforter, and friend. She volunteers to take this erotic journey alongside her, convinced it'll be nothing more than a steamy adventure. But along the way she discovers she and Cami might not be so different, after all.
Evan would have been content to find one suitable sub in New York City. Instead, he not only has two untrained subs on his hands, they each pull at his emotions in different ways, challenging his Dominance with their spunk and wit.
As he teaches their bodies to submit to his, their enc…

Blog Tour: Redeemed by Brie Paisley

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Blog Tour
Redeemed by Brie Paisley  Worshipped Series  Book #3



Jason

I’ve lived in total darkness for as long as I can remember. A dangerous place where pain, love, not even remorse was felt. My world was filled with blood and death until the day I met Karen. Little by little she showed me the way out of that darkness, into her light. She was everything I needed and craved. I learned to fight my darkness, wanted the good side of me to win, until old and new enemies threaten to take away everything and everyone I care about. Darkness is winning and I fear the only one that can redeem me is the one I’ll end up hurting more than I thought possible.

Karen can save me, only if she beats the dark beast inside of me.
Karen

Control is the one thing I understand the most. It’s the one thing I’ve depended on to keep my fragile heart safe. That was my life until Jason changed everything. He opened up a side of me I thought had disappeared long ago, and the control I needed for so long doesn’t seem so …