Title: Bound and Unbroken
Author: Skye Callahan
Release Date: February 25, 2014
SynopsisLena is about to discover pleasure in the things she can’t control. To get even with her roommate for dragging her to a sports bar on a Friday night, Lena begins flirting with the handsome stranger who sits at the bar next to her. Their anonymous conversation leads to a shared cab ride, but Lena’s conscience puts a damper on the evening—leaving the near-fling to become a memory. Until she finds him roaming the halls of the school where she teaches. Will she submit to his desires? Eric’s only reason for returning to his hometown is to care for his recently orphaned nephew. He knew the return would involve dredging up his past with family and friends, but he didn’t expect a lone girl to capture his interest and offer an escape within his new life. Will his binds be enough to keep her? Note: This book contains explicit sexual content (including BDSM themes), graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: M/f anal play, bondage, spanking, exhibitionism.
ExcerptHer muscles seized under his hot grasp. “Let me go,” she whispered through gritted teeth. “Let yourself go.” She met his gaze expecting anger to swirl around his eyes as well, but his face was relaxed—a stark contrast to the tight grip he had on her wrist. “What do you want?” As soon as she stopped trying to pull away, he loosened her grip. He turned his hand over so that it rested palm up on the table. “A nice evening out with you.” “And after that?” “I like you, Lena. And, I suspect there’s far more to you than you’re willing to accept.” She folded her arms across her chest, making sure he wouldn’t have the opportunity to grab her again. “I’m sure you say that to all the girls you pick up at sports bars.” His eyes widened, but he still didn’t move his hand from where it stretched across the table toward her in an invitation. “Now that you mention it, I do.” Lena’s jaw dropped. It wasn’t that she expected him to deny it, but an outright admission was even more disturbing. “You’re the first,” he clarified. “I don’t buy that.” Eric shrugged, “Believe it or not, I don’t usually pick up girls at bars.” “Then where do you usually pick them up?” Eric’s smile widened, and he rubbed his lips together. “Most of the girls I’ve dated I either met through mutual friends or at BDSM clubs.” Lena’s breath echoed in her ears, and she wondered if she heard him wrong. The roar drowned out any thought to move or respond. “I didn’t expect it to freak you out that much.”
About the Author
Fun Facts about Skye:
I LOVE Rum.
I love sexy cars more than I love rum. My top picks would be a ’65 Mustang, practically any Bugatti Veyron, or an Aston Martin Vanquish.
I once based a character in a story on my husband, and the character died. Don’t bother trying to figure it out, I never released that book.
I’ve never met some of my closest friends in person–some of them live on the other side of the world.
I never meant for anyone at work to know that I’m a writer, but now they buy my books, so it’s a good deal.
I’m not terribly good at being girly–I don’t wear makeup, only own 4 pairs of shoes, but
I sell nail wraps.
I learned to handle a gun before I learned long division.
I cuss like a sailor unless I’m around my grandma.
While most of the people in my graduate research classes were buried in books, I was glued to the TV researching the evolving portrayal of "Indianness".
I’ve seen Disturbed in concert 3 times.
I still have a crush on Jason David Frank (aka Tommy Oliver the Green/White Ranger).
My husband and I have worked together at 4 separate businesses—once upon a time, I was his boss.
If I’m not watching Top Gear, I’m probably watching something that was filmed before I was born.
I have a phobia of crickets, but spiders and snakes don’t bother me at all (actually, I LOVE snakes).
I have worked on 2 documentaries, including one that appeared on PBS.
I started writing fiction again in grad school to cope with PTSD.
My 7th grade teacher read my stories and assured me that one day I’d be a published author.
Winter is my favorite season because I can channel my inner penguin—oh, and have some fun driving on slick roads!
When I was in elementary school, R.L. Stine’s Fear Street Saga inspired me to start writing.
My favorite place to chill out and think is the cemetery.
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