Tamara's Choice

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
She would surrender her body, but never her heart. Until the day she met him...

Assigned to infiltrate the shadowy Dominion Trust, a vice cop on deep cover visits the lurid, penitential installation known as The Farm.

But to rescue one of the beautiful inmates from her sentence of sexual slavery, he must save something else first.

Himself. More

Available ebook formats: epub

About Trent Evans

A USA TODAY bestselling author, Trent Evans specializes in several flavors of BDSM erotic romance and erotica. Putting pen to paper since he was a wee lad, he decided to try to share some of the tales cooked up in his fevered imagination. Some readers might not be horrified at what he writes. He tries to write stories that appeal to both women and men (wow, threading the needle), but will follow wherever the story takes him.

A long-time resident of the Pacific Northwest, the author believes that the high percentage of authors in the region (compared to the nation as a whole) is chiefly due to the fact that it’s so damned wet and miserable there. They tend to use their long hours cooped up inside spinning yarns that depict things they’ll never see or experience -- such as sunshine.

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Reviews

Elle Jamey reviewed on on March 8, 2019

I'm a big fan of Trent Evans. His erotica is just top-notch. Characters are memorable, distinctive, and engaged in loving, stern relationships. BDSM scenes are off the charts hot: unbearably arousing, makes me wet, gets my heart pounding and my breath panting.

Tamara's Choice is tied for my favorite Trent Evans book at the moment. Who should read it? If you’re into BDSM, power exchange, ownership, humiliation. If you’re into stories where women are willingly objectified and treated as property of their husbands and Masters. If you’re into tales of women being shared by their Masters. Or if you’re into women being milked and used and punished and pushed to their limits. If all that and more, then you have to read Trent Evans.
(reviewed 10 months after purchase)
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