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Binding Brinley

(The first book in the Captives of Pra'kir series)
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The only member of the SS Reconnaissance not to reach the shuttle in time, Brinley Lawson never thought she'd survive the crash. Nobody expected her to survive the healing process either, but now, in the home of the same magistrate who tried and found her guilty of crimes against Pra'kir, Brinley knows only that she can't stay any more than she can leave. However, if he thinks she'll blindly obey any command he makes, then he can think again. His punishments might leave her body aching, both with pain and sensual arousal, but Brinley has never been a woman to blindly submit to anyone, much less an alien lawyer.

Everyone is guilty of something. That is the motto dominant Rowth Lashat lives by and he doesn't consider the diminutive human female lying battered and broken in her hospital bed to be any different. Not until she issues that first irresistible challenge and suddenly he finds his authority being pricked at every turn. Still, it's not her constant defiance that forces him to bend the rules, bringing her into his home, into his care... and even into his bed. It's something much more important. Though winning her submission calls to him, it's Brinley's cooperation that Rowth needs. Hopefully, before it's too late.

She survived the crash.

He'll make her wish she hadn't.

Captives of Pra'kir.

Note: This is a BDSM-themed romance that includes elements of impact play, anal punishments, bondage and consensual-non-consent. If any of these themes bother you, please do not buy this book.

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