#Saturday Snippet with BARED by Stacey Kennedy – enjoy!
In a novel that’s perfect for fans of Fifty Shades of Grey, Stacey Kennedy returns to Club Sin with another wicked and wild tale of submission, seduction, and love.
About the Book:
At Las Vegas’s exclusive Club Sin, Aidan Knight is the Master, unleashing the erotic yearnings of his submissive lovers. But his dominant façade conceals a devastating loss—something he instantly recognizes in his personally trained submissive Cora Adams. Sworn to unearth her secrets, Aidan uses his seductive skills to ignite her wildest desires until Cora yields to the pleasure she can find only with him.
Cora came to the BDSM club to act out her sub-and-dom fantasies without ever revealing the heartbreak that haunts her. But Aidan’s masterful touch is bringing her closer to the edge . . . and deeper into a world of control and surrender. He refuses to allow her to submit to any other man—nor does she want to. It’s a dangerous game they’re playing. For as they give in to passion, they must lay bare their souls for a love that could heal—and free—them both.
Bared is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.
If you loved Dmitri from CLAIMED, wait until you meet Aidan in BARED. He, and Cora have turned out to be one of my favorite couples. I didn’t want the story to end—just so I could spend a little more time with them!!
I laughed with them. I cried, and I also went in search of a big tall glass of water to cool me down—more than once. This couple knows how to bring the heat, and Aidan isn’t a Club Sin Master for nothing—the man is seriously HOT!!
February 10th will be here before we know it and I cannot wait for release day. The countdown is on!!!
Aidan made mistakes with her, but he’d be damned if he didn’t correct them. She talked openly with Porter. He wanted that. She needed a closer relationship, and damned if he wouldn’t give it to her.
He was sick of being jealous of Porter. “Want to come rock climbing with me today?”
Her eyebrows shot up. “As in climbing the side of a cliff?”
“Well, we could climb a boulder.” He inhaled the coffee brewing in the kitchen and dropped his gaze directly in line with hers. “Somehow I think that would lack excitement.”
She hesitated, watching him furtively while nibbling her lip. “Is it . . . safe?”
“No, Cora.” He snorted, shaking his head at her. “I plan to take you rock climbing so you’ll plummet to your death.”
Her eyes sparkled. “Well . . .” She finally shrugged with a flick of her hair over her shoulder. “Guess I should go. Don’t want you to one-up me.”
Now, that sounded like the Cora he’d cared for these past years—strong, confident, and determined. With her in his presence, everything was good. He needed this, more than he thought he ought to. “You had no plans?” he asked.
She smiled, giving him a playful grin. “Cleaning the house, grocery shopping, and being lazy.”
“Nothing important, then?” She shook her head and he added, “Great. Go put on some tight clothes and sneakers.”
Her face beamed with the waggle of her eyebrows. “Tight clothes, you say?”
Taking the couple steps toward her, he erased the distance, pulled by the electricity so powerful between them. The sun beamed through the windows at the door, and he was transfixed by her natural beauty. Her soul shone in her eyes, and that didn’t need makeup to accentuate it. “Tight, comfortable clothes for rock climbing.”
“Oh, no fun.” She smirked up at him, her gaze lit with an inner glow. “That sounded like interesting rock climbing.”
“Remember . . .” He stared at her pouty mouth. “I don’t plan to let you fall to your death.”
She gave a crisp nod. “Okay, tight clothes it is.”
“Smart thinking.” He searched her face, licking his lips. Somehow sexy Cora in the dungeon didn’t match the simplicity of her now. And he rather enjoyed seeing what she looked like in the morning—a little bit messy looked good on her.
“Don’t worry, I’ll bring the rope.”
When he leaned away, her lips parted. “Speechless.”
“Good.” He grinned, giving her a swat on the ass. She squeaked and lurched forward, and he added, “I like you that way.”