Will the doors of The Den close forever?
When the lives and friendships of The Den owners are thrown into chaos, Noah Bakker steps in to deal with the fallout. He hasn't had a sub or participated in a scene since tragedy changed his life four years ago. But as an investor in the exclusive BDSM club, he can't walk away from the lifestyle completely.
As he works to keep the club running, he finds himself drawn to Liv Delcour, the seemingly naïve sister of one of the other owners. Liv didn't know about the naughty things her friends were up to behind closed doors, but when their secrets become headline news, she's more curious than shocked. As she works with Noah to keep the media at bay, she finds that his dominant strength is more than a little arousing. Soon they're exploring their mutual desires in the wickedest ways. Liv isn't sure if she can completely submit to Noah the way she thinks he wants her to - and Noah isn't sure he can withstand the pain of falling in love....
©2014 Lynda Aicher (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
Yes there is still sex. Yes the Den is still in the story.
I felt like much of this book was an apology for having written the entire series. It could have been a great book. But a total let down.
The beginning of this book had me so wrapped up in the story it was hard to turn it off. I love how everyone played a roll in this book. I'm sad to see it end but I'm glad there was a happily ever after
"Brilliant end love the wicked play series"
The narrator did well which does make the story more enjoyable
Liv, she's just a lovely woman
Just keep smiling
Loved the series gutted its ended
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