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Only Pleasure (Bound Hearts) (Paperback)
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Since Chase Falladay came to her rescue two years ago, Kia Stanton has never been able to forget the powerful man or the kind of life he leads. So two years later when she runs into Chase and his friend, Khalid, and leaves with them that night, she knows exactly where it is all heading. However, little prepares her for what it is like to be in Chase's arms, and in his bed. After years of holding back, Kia is finally able to be the woman she's always dreamed of being in his arms.
Kia is a dream Chase has not allowed himself to entertain. Now that he has her, it's her heart he's after and he's determined to win it, no matter the cost. And even though they both agreed that it would only be for pleasure, somewhere along the way it becomes and all-consuming love.
Only Pleasure is a sizzling hot, sexy, erotic romance novel from bestselling author Lora Leigh.
About the Author
#1 New York Times bestseller, LORA LEIGH is the author of the Navy SEALS, the Breeds, the Elite Ops, the Callahans, the Bound Hearts, and the Nauti series.
"Lora Leigh writes compelling, red-hot romance." --Sacramento Book Review
“A titillating surprise” —Publisher's Weekly
“Romance readers who love a dominant, tortured, panty-ripping hero will adore Chase Falladay and won't be able to help being a little jealous of the lucky Kia, regardless of how likable she is. ONLY PLEASURE is a wild ride into eroticism balanced with an equal measure of pure romance. You won't put it down until you've reached the very end!” —Wild on Books
“A sizzling hot love story guaranteed to heat up the cold winter nights.” —Fresh Fiction