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Unwound

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Unwound

By Lorelei James

New American Library, Paperback, 9780451467317, 374pp.

Publication Date: March 25, 2014

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Description
In the continuation to the Mastered series by New York Times bestselling author Lorelei James, a man's need for control is tested by the one woman he'll risk everything for...
When sensei Ronin Black first encounters Amery Hardwick, the fire in her eyes ignites a sexual spark a thousand times better than the primal rush he used to get from mixed martial arts matches. She accepts his darker edges and admits to him that her desires aren't as wholesome as he believed. And before long Ronin is grappling with emotions he's never felt before....
Yet despite demanding Amery bare her body and soul to him, Ronin holds a part of himself back. When she learns Ronin's secret and walks out, his life begins to unravel. To regain her trust he must let go of his pride and prove to her that it's more than passion binding them together.


About the Author
Lorelei James is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of contemporary erotic romances, including the Blacktop Cowboy novels: Turn and Burn, One Night Rodeo, Wrangled and Tangled, Saddled and Spurred, and Coralled. Lorelei lives in western South Dakota with her family.


Praise For Unwound

Praise for Lorelei James and her novels:

“No one writes contemporary erotic romance better than Lorelei James.”—New York Times bestselling author Maya Banks

“Sweet, seductive, and romantic…an emotional ride filled with joy, angst, laughs, and a wonderful happily-ever-after.”—New York Times bestselling author Jaci Burton

“Lorelei James knows how to write fun, sexy, and hot stories.”—Joyfully Reviewed

“Lorelei James excels at creating new and evocative fantasies.”—TwoLips Reviews

“Beware: Before you read this hot erotic from Lorelei James, get a glass of ice. You are going to need it.”—Fallen Angel Reviews

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