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bound 3 v. Past tense and past participle of bind. adj. 1. Confined by bonds; tied. 2. Being under legal or moral obligation. 3. Equipped with a cover or binding. 4. Predetermined; certain. 5. Determined; resolved.
I think that cover is INCREDIBLY HOT!
Bound by Lies by Hanna Peach
Publication date: January 21st 2014
Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense
Our love is on his terms. He contacts me only through notes ? unpredictable and untraceable. When we meet, he can touch me, but I’m not allowed to touch him. When we make love, it’s only after I have been bound and blindfolded. It’s the only time I truly feel alive. Which is why I play along with it. For now.
Caden Thaine is the most sinfully beautiful man I have ever seen. But more than that, his touch sets me on fire. And dear God, do I ache for him. I don’t know where he lives or even what he does. But this doesn’t scare me. My only fear is that one day his messages will stop. I know he’s hiding something. But that’s okay. I am hiding things, too. Like my real name and… who I really am. But the deeper I fall for him, the stronger my curiosity grows.
I could never have imagined just how much our lives are bound. And that pulling at his tangled web of secrets would cause my own dark past to come back to try and reclaim me. Will we survive? Will our love?
Adult romantic suspense. +18 years.
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Top 5 tips for surviving life on the run
#5. Don’t use your real name. (No s**t Sherlock.)
#4. The less information that you give people is better. No birthdays, no childhood stories, no letting anyone in on your past. Yeah, that means no birthday presents. Get over it. Getting to stay alive for one more day is your present.
#3. Learn how to defend yourself – take up kickboxing, buy a gun and learn how to use it, or even better, do both.
#2. Keep a bag of cash and a set of clothes in your car (registered under a false name, of course – see tip #5 again) at all times, just in case you have to take off in a hurry. This also means don’t buy anything you’re going to be upset about leaving behind. Yep, this means curbing your shoe fetish unless your fetish is for comfortable trainers in which you can run.
#1. Don’t trust anyone.
Not even if you fall in love with them. Especially if you fall in love with them.
Hanna began to write at the tender age of seven, starting with a daring and questionable autobiography entitled Go Suck a Lemon. Perhaps it was a little before its time.
After leaving school she agreed with everyone who said she needed to get a degree and a real job to become a proper adult. She kept writing as a hobby. After starting (and never finishing) several degrees and switching from multiple careers, she finally decided that being a real adult was overrated. In 2012, she sold everything, moved to Europe and began to write full-time.
Eternally restless, Hanna has lived in Indonesia, Australia, Germany and Scotland. She is currently residing in England.
She is addicted to coffee and chocolate and would one day like to own a dragon.
Hanna Peach is the author of the Dark Angel urban fantasy series and Bound romantic suspense series. Angelblood (Dark Angel #4) and Bound by Fear (Bound #2) are due for publication in 2014.
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