Release Me

Release Me

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Jo Bell is a feisty journalist with just one weakness - her boss, Jerome. When he sends her on a features assignment to a stately English home, she finds herself sucked into an erotic battle of wills with the owners of the mansion - who have their own weaknesses. Young, posh and decadent Alicia will go to any lengths to prove her sexual superiority, and her seemingly shy brother is keeping his own proclivities too quiet for Jo's liking. As the estate is used as a film location for an historical drama, all manner of boundaries are pushed to the limit. Soon, even Jerome is brought into the siblings' games of degradation and punishment - acted out in private and in front of the cameras.show more

Product details

  • Electronic book text | 272 pages
  • Ebury Publishing
  • Virgin Digital
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0753528215
  • 9780753528211

About Suki Cunningham

Suki Cunningham is the author of Opening Acts and Release Me, available from Black Lace.show more

Back cover copy

'Does Alicia like it like this?' I asked as Kieran made a feast of me. 'Why do you keep going on about her?' he asked back. 'Just curious,' 'Just curious? Do you want us to show you what else she likes? Do you want to be Alicia, just for one night? Shall we show you all the things that make her go wild?' Jo Bell is a feisty journalist with just one weakness - her boss, Jerome. When he sends her on a features assignment to a stately English home, she finds herself sucked into an erotic battle of wills with the owners of the mansion - who have their own weaknesses. Young, posh and decadent Alicia will go to any lengths to prove her sexual superiority, and her seemingly shy brother is keeping his own proclivities too quiet for Jo's liking. As the estate is used as a film location for an historical drama, all manner of boundaries are pushed to the limit. Soon, even Jerome is brought into the siblings' games of degradation and punishment - acted out in private and in front of the cameras. Past and present mingle in this naughty tale of modern-day aristos up to no good.show more

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