Becoming His Slave (The Dominion of Brothers series book 1)

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Trenton Leos has made it his nosiness to help people of the Lifestyle find the right partners. Now he has found the very one he’s been waiting for himself. Katianna Dumas. She is perfect for what he wants; he just has to protect her until she’s ready to surrender to him. More

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About Talon P.S.

Both Proud Indy Authors: Talon P.S. and his twin, Tarian P.S. love to torment their editor with a nefarious world of foreign-language, slang, local dialect, stretched/outside-of-the-box synonyms. They’re also known to throw in some con-lang at times. Though it will do you no good to scold them for it, they’ll point to Shakespeare with a retort along the line of “He started it.”
This, of course, is all thrown in there with the dyslexia soup stock they both suffer from that makes editing with them a joy. [joy: n see mental illness]
As a results of the abuse to their editors, the ignored kitties, and don’t even bring up the house chores, the final product comes out as richly-detailed, holographic worlds of Suspense, Science Fiction, and Erotic Romance, both Het and Gay. Not to leave out Talon's favorite genre: Space Sci-Fi Frontiers; and Tarian's favorite genres Post-Apocalyptic Dark Fantasies, all for readers to submerse themselves into and escape from the mundane.
So be sure to have your reading glasses ready and stake out some prime cozy real estate cushions, because once you open these pages— Oh, the places we will go!

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Review by: Vicki Brady on Nov. 05, 2012 :
Forgot to add the stars!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Vicki Brady on Nov. 05, 2012 : (no rating)
Great read, well thought out characters & plot. Highly recommend this book. Eagerly waiting for more from this writer. Thank you for sharing this beautiful story with the world. Well worth reading again & again!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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