FANTASY FAIRY TALE MEETS FIFTY SHADES
Princess Lizbett of Verdana, a violet-eyed, strong-willed young woman, has never forgotten a mysterious stable boy named Larian. He won her heart during her youth, and she still remembers his long shimmering golden ringlets, and his aqua eyes that set her pulse racing. When he abruptly left she was utterly heartbroken.
But Larian was no stable boy. He was an apprentice warrior from the Kingdom of Zanderone, famous for its mighty men trained not just in battle, but in the dark erotic arts. Now a famous commander, he has returned to ask the King for permission to court his daughter. Her beauty has become legendary, but so has her recalcitrant nature and reckless ways.
As he enters the kingdom their paths cross, and her rude behavior quickly finds her over his knee having her bottom soundly spanked. But in spite of the chastisement, or perhaps because of it, the sleeping embers of their love sparks into passionate flames.
Leave behind the mundane. Venture into Verdana. Watch a masterful warrior tame a petulant Princess while saving a King and his Kingdom. If you enjoy a strong, muscled man chastising and taming a naughty young woman, if you love a suspenseful romance sprinkled with humor, come to Verdana, and embark on this BDSM fairytale today.
Targeted Age Group: 18+
Genre: Adult Fantasy
What was your inspiration for this book?
I wanted to write something that offered complete escapism incorporating BDSM, but not dark, or heavy. I wanted humor, a hot alpha male, and a sexy, funny, bright spoiled Princess. With Rob Groves narrating, the humor was brought to the forefront, and I found myself laughing out loud.
When you wrote the book did you know you were going to offer it as an audiobook?
I hoped to.
Why did you decide to produce an audiobook?
The book lends itself to narration.
How did you choose the reader for the book and the production company?
It was a no-brainer. Rob had done two books already, and I knew he'd be brilliant.
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