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Submission, Secrets, and the Soldier (Heroes of Westhorpe Ridge Book 4)

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Luke Roberts, a former army mechanic, has a new sub. She's shy and inexperienced, but willing. As he teaches her about sensation play, she fears he'll really hurt her and screams her safewords at him. Her reaction causes Luke to have a flashback. Although he's clawing his way back to normal, he suffers from PTSD. Determined to get well, he contacts a PTSD specialist in Wes ...more
Kindle Edition, 213 pages
Published September 5th 2017 by Loose Id LLC
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Sep 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Best one yet!

This was absolutely the best one of the series! Luke and Katheryn's was a rollercoaster of emotions. I had tears rolling down my face with my heartbreaking for Luke. There were a few places that will have your heart pounding and biting your nails to the quick. Kryssie Fortune has delivered another amazing read. I hope that there will be more of this fantastic series!
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