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The Submissive : The Submissive Series

By (author) Tara Sue Me

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For the first time in print, the first in "New York Times "bestseller Tara Sue Me's seductive and scandalous series that has enthralled millions... Abby King has a secret fantasy. New York knows Nathaniel West as the brilliant and handsome CEO of West Industries, but Abby knows he's more: a sexy and skilled dominant who is looking for a new submissive. Yearning to experience a world of pleasure beyond her simple life as a librarian, Abby offers herself to Nathaniel to fulfill her most hidden desires. After only one weekend with the Master, Abby knows she needs more, and fully submits to Nathaniel's terms. But despite the pleasure he takes in Abby's willing spirit, the Nathaniel hidden behind the rules remains cold and distant. As Abby falls deeper into his tantalizing world of power and passion, she fears that Nathaniel's heart may be beyond her reach--and that her own might be beyond saving....

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  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 137.16 x 208.28 x 20.32mm | 272.15g
  • 04 Jun 2013
  • New American Library
  • English
  • 0451466225
  • 9780451466228
  • 58,978

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Author Information

Tara Sue Me is the "New York Times "bestselling author of "The Submissive, " "The Dominant" and "The Training." She lives in the southeastern United States with her family, two dogs, and a cat.

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"For those Fifty Shades fans pining for a little more spice on their e-reader...the "Guardian" recommends Tara Sue Me's Submissive Trilogy, starring handsome CEO Nathaniel West, a man on the prowl for a new submissive, and the librarian Abby, who is yearning for something more."--"Los Angeles"" Times" "Well written and certainly entertaining."--"Dear Author" "This book is going to make you say 'Fifty What of What?'...[Me] is so talented and captivating."--"Southern Fiction Review"

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