The Bondage Club by Alexandrea Weis (a review)

The Bondage ClubA man looking for a new beginning.
Hunter Donovan is a writer who dreamed of penning the great American novel but settled for a job running the family business, Donovan Books. Trapped publishing other people’s stories, Hunter buries his frustrations in vodka and an endless parade of one-night stands.

A woman with a secret.
Cary Anderson is the perky, petite, and staunchly determined editor who is well versed in erotica fiction. But Cary has a kinky side that she is struggling to keep hidden from the world.

Fed up with dwindling sales, Hunter hopes to breathe new life into his publishing house by breaking into the risqué world of erotica. He hires Cary to rescue his company and she is keen to show her new boss everything she knows. But what starts out as a lesson in sexual fiction turns into an unexpected roller coaster ride of disastrous romantic encounters. And just when Cary helps stir Hunter’s creative voice, he uncovers the truth about her wicked ways.
Some ties that bind can cut right to the heart in…The Bondage Club.

A Review by Beckey

This book will have readers liking and hating it in the same token… Major slow start, nothing about “club” as the title suggests… And as the synopsis states “sexual fiction turns into an unexpected roller coaster ride of disastrous romantic encounters” is what best sums this story up…. I have read better books that this one was trying to attempt. Overall 3 stars…

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