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    Edge of the seat ride

    FBI Agent David Owens is in a bad mood. A month after his parents were killed in a plane crash, he’s called in on the first day of his vacation, and partnered with Anna Parker, Miss Tight Ass, to work a murder. Together, they have to discover who viciously murdered a young woman and tossed her body into the Atlantic. Their search leads them to a BDSM club then then to human trafficking. The more they dig, the deeper they go into a more treacherous world than they expected. Author Leah St. James writes a suspenseful story that will send the reader on an edge-of-the-seat action ride. She handles the bondage, dominance, sadism/masochism aspect in a non-salacious and non-judgmental fashion. David is well-drawn. The reader knows about his background and what he’s thinking. What you see, is what you get. Not so much Anna. St. James makes the reader wonder, like David, who she really is. For good reason. Be prepared for more twists than a mountain road with surprises around every curve. Well done, Ms. St. James.
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    Surrender to a Good Read!

    This is the first Leah St. James book I've read and I was impressed with both her characterization and use of conflict. From their first meeting in their director's office you begin to root for David and Anna. Later in the book, you really worry about their fate and physical safety. Conflict abounds on every page making this one of those hard to put down reads. The writing flowed nicely, and effortlessly, not like some which comes off as forced or stilted. This book takes a different angle on BDSM than you generally find, tying it in to a type of religion of sorts, which made it interesting. But the strength of the writing alone would have me picking up another St. James novel. Well done!

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