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Contemporary
Bondage Ranch 3: Moving On
By Suzie Housley
Feb 11, 2011 - 6:45:36 PM

On the day of her divorce Selena decides to celebrate her new found freedom with a drink.  At the bar, she meets James Culver.  He offers to show her the time of her life; she throws caution to the wind and takes him up on his offer.  James gives Selena her first taste of BDSM.  She recognizes that he is an expert Master for he brings her body to heights she never thought possible. 


Unknown to Selena, James is a police officer.  A bomb threat at a local school puts an abrupt end to their day of play.  As he was forced to leave her in peaceful slumber, he regrets not being able to explain his disappearance when she awoke.

 

A year passes, and Selena still remembers every detail of the day she met James.  Through a friend, she finds out about the Bondage Ranch.  She knows that it is highly unlikely she will run into James, but she has to give her body the opportunity to see is she has a real interest in BDSM.

 

With a serial killer plaguing the BDSM scene, James knows that he has the experience to bring the killer to justice.  The only lead the police have is a blog note of one of the victims saying he was to meet with a redhead. 

 

James is surprised to find Selena at the Bondage Ranch.  With her being a redhead, she immediately becomes a suspect.  His instincts tell him that she is innocent of the crime, but as a professional he has to consider all possibilities. 

 

Selena tries to fit into the BDSM lifestyle.  James sees her hesitancy and offers to show her all that it offers.  James never anticipated on mixing business with pleasure, but there is a killer intent on finding his next victim, will James be too late to stop him from succeeding with the sinister plan?

 

BONDAGE RANCH 3:  MOVING ON is more than your typical BDSM book; it provides a riveting murder mystery.  I found myself caught up in all the drama that was unfolding.  This book will keep you guessing right up until the last few pages.  This is my first book that I have read by Sindra van Yssel, but it surely will not be my last.  She has proven to me that she is an author that can offer the maximum benefit to her readers.



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