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Defining Giulia

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Unrequited love leaves room for another in Leigh’s heart...
and bed.

Leigh McCabe has had a taste of the dark side and there is no return to normality: as a master of Shibari and a connoisseur of Dominance and submission, Mikey Marais has shown her pleasure in restraint and pain.

But the student turns teacher as Dominance beckons to the sub.

The beautiful and innocent Giulia
ebook, 440 pages
Expected publication: May 18th 2021 by Independent
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Lezzet Abbott
Defining Guilia is a courageous tale of becoming. A visually enchanting story of the gift of what life entails; heart-breaking challenges of discovering young identity, the steely realm of superficial materialism, depth (and shallowness) of character and the lengths they brave, cancerous throes of rotten, stinking revenge, alluring and inflaming passion of attraction, sensual indulgences of discipline in fetish, read by vanilla eyes and a curious heart all enclosed in a couple hundred pages of i ...more
Bettina Bicknell
Apr 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A beautiful written story that made for easy reading with its real, authentic and descriptive narrative.

A book that makes you think, self-reflect, laugh and cry. A wonderful continuation from Discovering Leigh. The journey and lives of the characters intertwined in a vividly descriptive way that not only makes for entertainment but also educates the reader.

An absolute must for anyone who is a thinker, open to new ways and discovering life, love and acceptance.

A Must.
Helen Frost
Feb 14, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Stunning, far more than ‘just’ the genre, one with which I was pretty unfamiliar with admittedly. This is a heartfelt and epic tale of the struggles of life. Coming of age and being vulnerable and unsure which path to take, overcoming great personal trauma, families, relationships and so much more. The writer is an artist of words to epic proportions and truly draws you in and connects you to the characters. I think I gasped, cried, laughed and so much more in raw emotion. Truly beautiful, thank ...more
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Gerry Pelser is a photographer and writer living in the suburbs of Johannesburg, South Africa, with his wife, Andrea, (who he adores, and who is always right), two super-cool Hungarian Puli puppies, and a stuffed baby petite hippo named Felicity.

He is passionate about story-telling, teaching, and absolutely infatuated with photographic lighting. He spends way too much time on social media, and ha

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