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Tag Archives: Natasha Knight
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Title: Salvatore Series: Benedetti Brothers #1 Author: Natasha Knight Genre: Dark Mafia Romance Release Date: July 18, 2016 Blurb Lucia It all started with a contract signed by him, then by me, while our families watched. While my father … Continue reading
Beautiful Liar by Natasha Knight Publication Date: May 4, 2016 Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance Purchase: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon AU | iBooks | Barnes and Noble | Kobo Slater Everything I believed was a … Continue reading
Bound, Spanked, and Loved, a Valentine’s Day anthology of 14 spanking/BDSM stories by 14 authors is now available for pre-order for only 99 cents. This is a full-length collection of erotic stories by some of the hottest and best-selling authors … Continue reading
I’m handing the reins today to fellow author Natasha Knight who writes some of the hottest, edgiest spanking fiction I’ve read. Take it away, Natasha… By Natasha Knight Hi Cara, thanks so much for having me here today to share an … Continue reading
Reasonable Doubts is featured today on Celeste Jones’s Spanking Stories Book Club. If you haven’t visited this book club, every Friday Celeste highlights a different spanking novel/novella. A discussion leader opens with some questions around the book, but also asks … Continue reading
I usually try to post my recommended reads–books I read and enjoyed–for the previous month by the first Friday of the subsequent month, but October was so busy with the release of Breeder that I was mid-way through November before I … Continue reading