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You can't keep a bad girl down...at least not without restraints. Wild Crush, Book 2 After an affair with a Dom turns sour, Jasmine Campbell returns to Leyton's Headland to build up some good karma by keeping her sister's business afloat. For that, she needs help from real estate developer Aaron Sanderson-an old school mate who's grown up movie-star handsome. When Jasmine knocks on his office door, Aaron can barely contain his triumph. In high school he had an unrequited crush on Jasmine, but ten years on he's better at close encounters with the opposite sex. He thinks he knows just how to handle Jasmine-with an aloof demeanor and a firm hand. Little does he know just how firm a hand Jasmine needs. Jasmine figures a fun vanilla fling will cleanse her sexual palate. Yet her lover proves himself surprisingly adept at satisfying her submissive desires. And soon she's in serious danger of doing the one thing she swore never to do: fall in love. Warning: Contains casual sex, intimate sex, slow sex, fast sex, rough sex, roleplay sex and spanking. So basically, lots of sex and spanking.
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ISBN: 9781624613357
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