Willow's having some trouble finding the right man. Her last relationship abruptly ended when she discovered her boyfriend was married. She has apologized to his wife, Rebecca, and is trying to move on, but Rebecca's anger runs deep and she has a plan to get rid of Willow. When Rebecca stumbles on an ad for FunFinders -- a website designed to help adults with fetishes hook up for sex -- she decides to create a profile for Willow. Using Willow's real name and pictures, Rebecca writes that Willow wants to be kidnapped, restrained and kept for sex, using force if necessary.
Randy Ross has just been released from prison after a five-year stretch. Stuck in a camper out in the woods at his brother Quinn's place, Willow's ad seems like an invitation he can't turn down. When Randy sends Willow a message, Rebecca is more than happy to provide him with Willow's apartment number, along with a message. "I'll fight you when you come to take me, but only because I have to. I need to know you are a strong enough man to satisfy me. If you aren't man enough to capture me then you aren't what I am looking for. I don't want a pretend play time. I want the real thing, from a real man. I hope that you are that man." It's a good thing she told him to expect a struggle.
About the Author
When asked about her work, Melissa Harlow has said, "As the reader, you get to do something that in real life none of us get to do, you get to see inside of each person. Past the scars of drug addiction, or the man holding the gun, or even the homeless man by the dumpster, you get to see what they are truly like inside.
"Everyone has made mistakes, and as much as we all hate to admit it, none of us are perfect. In my books people who’ve never had anything really great happen to them in their lives get that shining moment of glory, people who have been dragging around guilt finally find a little peace — oh, and there’s sex, lots of sex, I guess I should mention that."
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