Title: Submerse (book one in The Beginner Series)
Author: Natalia Cross
Genre: Erotic Romance/BDSM lifestyle
Publisher: Guardian Publishing
Jill lives what you’d call a normal life. Normal job, normal friends, and boring dates that lead to nowhere. That is, until she reluctantly agrees to go on a blind date with the cousin of her roommate and Jill enters into a whole new world full of whips, toys, and mind opening experiences. Gregory has a penchant for the BDSM lifestyle and Jill wants nothing more than to learn everything she can about the intriguing man as well as the dark pleasures he harbors. Starting off small, he slowly submerses Jill into the BDSM lifestyle but she soon finds herself deeply involved…and deeply in love.
Canadian born author and freelance writer, who goes by the pen name Natalia Cross, lives and breathes all things Erotic Romance. Natalia writes sexy and romantic stories and screen plays for sssh.com while pumping out her own steamy Erotica stories on a regular basis. You can find all of her published titles through Guardian Publishing. Now residing in a small town in Eastern Canada, Natalia spends her time writing, reading, traveling, hanging out with her amazing husband, and chasing around her two small children.
“I don’t think that I want my butt to look hot,” Jill replied, craning her neck to look over her shoulder at her own ass. “Is it like ‘hey I am desperate to get laid hot’ or just ‘lifted and separated hot’?”
“Definitely lifted and separated. Relax. Gregory is a nice guy, and a total gentleman. He isn’t going to go all psycho on you.”
Jill sighed and changed the subject. “Is that a new top?”
Renee looked down at the leather crop top she wore and grinned. “Yes, and it’s vegan leather.”
“Vegan leather? Isn’t that an oxymoron?”
Renee shrugged, “I guess, but I got it half off because it had a tiny thread coming through. I fixed it in, like, two seconds. Hey, I got to get going. You’re meeting Gregory at the steakhouse?”
Jill blew out a long breath. “Yes. It’s a good thing I’m not wearing vegan leather, huh?”
Renee laughed. “I’d love a steak but my date’s a vegetarian.”
“I don’t know how that’s going to work for you,” Jill replied. “You’re the person who eats a pound of bacon at breakfast.”
“If he’s the one it would be worth giving up bacon.”