“I want you to introduce me to Dominic.”
When Arianne’s husband dumped her for their rich neighbor’s girlfriend, her confidence as a woman went out the door as well. At least her neighbor, Jason, was in the same boat, pouring wine to console her while his aloof self-assurance remained firmly intact. She has been fascinated by him from the first, but his looks and wealth put him out of her league. Now she’s heard rumors he has a kinky side. If she doesn’t shake her inhibitions, she has no chance with him at all.
Jason has lusted after Arianne since the day he met her. Having his live-in lover seduce her husband out of the way was convenient, but a year later, Arianne is still hurting. If she knew the part he played in her betrayal, she would never forgive him. Now she wants him to don that part, his alter-ego Dominic, and introduce her? No. He hates that side of himself now.
Dominic is a sexually dominant instructor in the ways of pleasure. Arianne needs help. If Jason wants to restore her faith in her ability to attract a man, here is his chance, but he runs the risk of losing her completely. Arianne is an eager pupil, however, and soon begins her lessons of sexuality, lust, and being thoroughly and deliciously ravished.
But what will happen when the mask comes off and the truth comes out?
Dani Collins grew up in Maple Ridge, a suburb of Vancouver, when it was still a small town. With a father and both grandfathers switching up between logging and fishing, she grew into a quintessential BC girl: green, natural, and impervious to rain. Despite a lot of canning and hanging of laundry in her childhood, Dani has a habit of leaping into the unknown, which she credits to her ancestor, Samuel Robertson, a boatwright from Scotland who pioneered Maple Ridge and traded furs to the Hudson’s Bay Company in Fort Langley. Given this adventurer’s blood, she’s always been drawn to stories about people braving life in faraway lands.