Asking for Trouble

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Macmillan, 1999 - Fiction - 275 pages
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Seduced into an underworld of kinky intrigue...

When Beth Bradshaw - the manager of a fashionable bar in the seaside town of Brighton - starts flirting with the handsome Ilya, she becomes a player in a game based purely on sexual brinkmanship. The boundaries between fantasy and reality start to blur as their relationship takes on an increasingly reckless element.

When Ilya's murky past catches up with him, he's determined to involve Beth. Unwilling to extricate herself from their addictive games, she finds herself being drawn deeper into the seedy underbelly of Brighton where things - including Ilya - are far more dangerous than she bargained for.

A thrilling erotic romance from Kristina Lloyd, one of the leading names in erotic fiction.

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About the author (1999)

Kristina Lloyd is a professional author and historian whose two Black Lace novels have attained cult status with our readers.

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