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Dom's Game

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The Dom's Game by Stella Hunter
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Speculation over a star football player's sex life threatens his public image and that of his submissive, a quiet middle school teacher. *** As an NFL star player for the Memphis Kings, Trevor Adams lives his life in the spotlight. All except for one small part. In his hidden moments, he's a Dom. In spite of the celebrity life and his alternative sexual preferences, none of his partners have managed to keep his interest for long. Until he meets Nina. Nina Barkley is a quiet middle school teacher. Her life is the exact opposite of Trevor's. Except for the shared interest in BDSM. She has been involved in the BDSM groups in and around Memphis ever since she moved there right after college. After years of experimentation, she considers herself a switch-able to be either a Dominant or a submissive depending on her partner and what they both want. Being introduced to Trevor turns her life upside down and makes her question her true preferences. Between the threat of being exposed by the ever-present media, Trevor's underlying fear he will be transferred to another team, and both their troubled pasts, will they be able to find what they need in each other before they are pulled apart?

Author Biography

Stella Hunter was born and raised in the South and makes Kentucky her current home. When not dealing with demanding kids (of the four-legged variety) or that crazy thing called life, she would happily spend all her time buried in books. She loves to write romance because she believes everyone is redeemable. Stella is the author of The Strong One, The Dom's Game, and Rescuing the Bridesmaid.
Release date Australia
November 8th, 2015
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Pages
188
Dimensions
152x229x11
ISBN-13
9781519128973
Product ID
24356996

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