DARE IN THE DUNGEON is available for purchase NOW at SMASHWORDS, in all ebook formats, and at AMAZON for kindle.
**happy dancing all over the room**
"I dare you to leap…"
Kneeling for Thomas is like skirting the edge of a fatal fall, and Dare wonders what he's gotten himself into. Why can't he just be happy with Zach, the perfect gay boyfriend? Yeah, Zach forced him out of the closet, and that was uncomfortable, but that's nothing compared to what Thomas expects from him. Subbing for Roman was cookies and milk and kindergarten naptime compared to this. He wants to trust Thomas and stop pretending, but how much pain and humiliation can one Ivy League kid handle before he comes apart?
Meanwhile, in Minnesota… Jeff continues to write hot, hot, hot D/s erotica while battling emotional trauma from the accident. It's easier to keep Jason as a buffer between himself and Roman than to face his fear of being tied up. He's tired of being broken, but how can he be fixed when he can't stay in bondage for more than fourteen minutes?
Dare in the Dungeon should be available at other on-line retailers within a week, just waiting on Smashwords to distribute.
Because I wuvs you all so much, I'm offering Dare in the Dungeon to early readers for a special Smashwords price of 99 cents until Halloween 2014. You must purchase at Smashwords, and at check out enter coupon code RP49L*
If you adore Dare and want to help me out lots, please consider leaving reviews at Amazon, Smashwords, Goodreads, LibraryThing, or wherever else you like to leave reviews.
Have a beautiful safe weekend, darlings!
*If you've never made a purchase from Smashwords before, it's easy. The site will walk you through setting up an account. Click "Buy" on the book page, enter the coupon code and click "apply coupon" and then "checkout". You'll then be directed to a page of download links. Choose your format (epub for Nook, mobi for Kindle) and click the appropriate download link. You may have to side load (transfer file via USB cable) to Nook, but your kindle should have been assigned an email address (typically your Amazon login email @kindle.com) and you can email an attached file right to your device. This is handy for editing and picking for typos, btw, as it's really easy to email MS Word files to a Kindle - did ya'll know that?