2016 Book Blast Rebekah Jonesy

Brain to Books2016 Summer Book Blast(1)Brain to Books presents Rebekah Jonesy

  • Genre: BDSM
  • Series: Mandy Series

Recently out of an abusive relationship, Mandy is feeling the need to get wild and frisky, something that her controlling ex never allowed. He also never allowed her to be with her friends so a weekend camping trip with old friends is just what she needs to get back to her old self. And maybe, just maybe, one of her old friends would be willing to help her ease some of the tension that’s been building up since she became single.

Kurt insists that she shouldn’t go alone. He had promised to keep her safe and after failing once he isn’t going to risk her running off into the woods with a bunch of guys he doesn’t know. After losing his fiancee, his best friend who was Mandy’s older brother, and nearly losing Mandy too, the only guy he trusts around her anymore is himself.

But once they are alone in the woods he learns what she really wants and realizes that he wants the same thing. If they start down that road together he will need to figure out how to keep her safe while giving her what she needs. Buy on Amazon

About the Author

Rebekah Jonesy

Rebekah Jonesy is a work from home wife. A voracious reader, she decided it was time she made her own contributions. She has been writing for most of her life but only started publishing in 2014. Since then she has published 14 books and compilations. Her books are contemporary romance with a variety of kinks thrown in. Understanding that human sexuality is as complex as the people are, she strives to show the reality of love as her characters find their happily ever after. Outside of the literary world she is a Jill of all trades; mad scientist cook, semi successful botanist, and military spouse. Official Site

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