Saturday, November 14, 2015

Lauren's Review... Dark Boundaries

He stole me.
He broke me.
I'm being auctioned for Fifty thousand dollars.
Now, I don't belong to anyone but strangely enough I wanted to belong to him.
It's his eyes ... I lost myself in them

Author’s Note and WARNING:
Dark Boundaries is a work of fiction intended for adult readers above 18. It contains dark and sensitive subject matter that may make readers uncomfortable.
Contains explicit language and descriptions of sexual situations.

*** Standalone ***
*** No Cliffhanger ***
*** HEA ***

This book is not for everyone. Please only read it if you can handle the subject matter and are able to keep an open mind whilst reading. If you want a perfect love story, this is not it.

Buy Links:
Amazon US : AU : CA : UK

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This one was a new one for me. It was the first time that I had read anything that touched on the Master / Slave relationship. I will admit, it was a little hard to get into the characters in the beginning but they worked their way in and I was able to finish and enjoy Dark Boundaries.

Kristine, a newly graduated college student, and her two friends Kelly and Riza decided to take a year off before starting work to cross off a place on each of their bucket lists. While in Vegas, they enter a club that would change their lives forever. Garrett, a wealthy business owner, is forced to enter a world he hates in order to get his sister, who was taken from him, back. He never expected to develop feelings for his “slave”.


About the Author:

Michelle Horst is thirty seven years old and is from South Africa.

She's been in love with reading from an early age. She has a passion for all things books, but she has an ultimate soft spot for nature and animals.

She first tried her hand at writing in early 2009 and as the first words started to form into a book, she knew she was hooked. Dreams spilled onto pages, and that was the beginning of a wonderful journey.

One filled with joy. One filled with passion and heart stopping moments.

But most of all, it's filled with such pride and peace as a story comes to life, and characters fill your life, living in the very walls of your mind, living in the minds of your readers. There is nothing as satisfying as that.

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