Forbidden Fruit

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Random House Publishing Group, Oct 28, 2008 - Fiction - 304 pages
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For university professor Mia Rose Curry, it was all academic: her course in alternative sexuality was a safe, socially acceptable way for her to talk about the things she desired most—but had never let herself experience. And while students crammed into her class to learn about fetishes, bondage, voyeurism, and much more, Mia kept her own raging desires, and her most private fantasies, carefully under wraps . . . until one man dared to make her secret passions a brazen reality.
 
Jagger James is everything Mia wants, and everything taboo: he’s gorgeous, daring—and a student. Yet Mia can’t help imagining his hands, his lips, his skin . . . all the while drawing closer and closer to this forbidden fruit. She soon discovers how much Jagger wants her, demanding that she abandon every inhibition with him. Now they are about to take a dangerous step, tempting each other’s flesh, savoring every touch and breaking every rule—knowing that this dazzling sensual feast is only a taste of something more to come. . . .

Includes an excerpt of Eden Bradley’s The Dark Garden

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User Review  - Sheila1957 - LibraryThing

Mia Rose Curry teaches a class on alternative sexuality. She is drawn to one of her students, Jagger James. He is drawn to her and will stop at nothing to have a relationship with her. Mia is scared ... Read full review

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Nice dual plot lines, linked slightly. Enjoyable book! Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Eden Bradley has been writing since she could hold a pen in her hand. When not writing, you'll find her wandering museums, cooking, eating, shopping, and reading everything she can get her hands on. Eden lives in Southern California.


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