Title: Stripped & Bound
Author: Rebecca Moon
Genre: Erotic Romance
Release Date: 6 July 2016
Nick Escrow is the most eligible bachelor in the Warnum-Bailiff district. The handsome vet is suave, sexy and intelligent, and considered the ultimate gentleman. But Nick has a dark, sexual side to him that he discovers after his brother is incarcerated for supposed sex crimes. In an attempt to understand his brother and the girls Jamie had been found with, Nick discovers a depravity of his own.
Guilt over Jamie’s conviction and subsequent jail term plagues Nick and creates an inner beast that demands attention. The type that can be found at the hands of a dominatrix. Very aware that his two worlds need to be kept separate, Nick plays the role of the complete gentleman in public, maintaining a flawless persona, whilst his activity behind closed doors gives him the outlet he requires to hold all the pieces together.
Creating and ideal that he tries to live by, Nick starts dating Kiera, a quiet admin assistant, who’s breeding and upbringing make her the perfect partner to raise him higher in aristocratic circles. Kiera is sweet and pretty but when Nick meets Sue, he finds himself inexplicably drawn to her. Nick is driven to distraction with his own feelings for Sue and finds that he needs to rethink his whole life plan. Does he want the “perfect” life, or does he want to be truly happy?
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Residing in the outer suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, I have always had a love of writing and after years of stories bouncing around in my head I decided to put pen to paper and Stripped Bare, my first novel, was created.
An accomplished horse rider in my younger years, I competed at national level in three day eventing.
As a grown woman I am now very family orientated and fairly straight laced, although you wouldn't think so from reading my novels.
I write with the aim of giving people an easy, enjoyable read, and try to make the characters as relatable as I can.
I write my books as series, but each can be read as stand alone novels.