“About Passion’s Reward:
Crashing into the Passion Lake ambulance is not part of Rachel Adams’ plan. Nor is being stranded for three weeks while her car gets repaired. She’s there on a quick assignment. To write a sleazy, no-hold-barred exposé about the sordid side of the BDSM lifestyle for an even sleazier magazine. Hey. It’s a job. And beggars can’t be choosers. Three days, tops! Get in, get the goods, get out. Piece of cake. And the money she’ll earn is the only thing standing between her and abject poverty.
Enter Jake Weston and Roman Sanderson, the crashees. They’ve been looking for their lifetime sub for years and when they see Rachel, their Dom radar goes haywire. The attraction is instantaneous and off-the-charts hot. When she tells them she’s interested in finding out more about the lifestyle (her cover story), they not only offer her a place to stay, they also offer to serve as her Doms for the next three weeks.
Rachel’s plan is working perfectly. Until she realizes one thing. She’s in love with Jake and Roman. Okay, two things. There is no sleazy, sordid side to BDSM. Okay, damn it, three things. She has to come clean and tell them her real reason for being there. Will they forgive her? Or will her betrayal destroy them all?
Steam Level: 5
Written by: Julie Shelton
From fairies in the garden at age 9 to handcuffs in the boudoir at age 75, Julie’s writing has run the gamut. In between she managed to graduate cum laude with a B.A. in French followed by a Master’s Degree in Library Science. Having thus procured these two necessary but ultimately irrelevant pieces of paper, (Seriously. What can you do with a B.A. in French?) she launched a successful career as a children’s librarian, followed by an even more successful, 30-year career as a professional storyteller and puppeteer. She published Kidstuff, an award-winning, monthly newsletter, as well as a book, Puppets, Poems and Songs, both major language arts resources for early childhood educators.
At various points in her life, if asked what she would like to be, her answer would have been (in rough chronological order, since some of these lofty ambitions overlapped): a fairy, a princess, a ballerina, Nancy Drew, Cherry Ames, a paleontologist (until she realized that paleontologists spend much of their lives camping), Scarlett O’Hara, thin and beautiful, and an actress. Now, at age 76, her answer to that question would most likely be, “younger”.
Followed closely, of course by bestselling author. Oh, and a princess. Some dreams just never die.
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