Haven Of Obedience

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Little, Brown Book Group, Jul 21, 2011 - Fiction - 224 pages
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You've devoured Fifty Shades . . . Now it's time to lose yourself in the Haven of Obedience

Twenty-something Londoner Natalie Bowen is envied by many, but her personal life is a disaster. Men can't cope with her career success and Natalie thinks she'll never find real happiness.

Then she hears about an exclusive weekend retreat called The Haven, a place that specialises in introducing you to pleasures you could never have imagined. Shocked at the idea, but unable to resist finding out more, Natalie decides it's time to put her fears behind her.

Once at The Haven, Natalie meets the enigmatic and disciplined Simon, a man who is used to getting what he wants. And Natalie may very well have met her match . . .

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Basically, if an author of Harlequin Teen novels was commissioned to write a book that had scenes of submissive sex play, this is the book you would get. There are two major problems with this book ... Read full review

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haven of obedience
bought this book because it was nothing like 50 shades. well written good gritty and realistic characters. we all know people that can't give up control. not sure it would appeal to
those under 30 as you need some experience to understand the concepts. the female character s were rather young to have held such high position in society. all in all great fun and a good read 

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Marina Anderson is the pseudonym of a British author, whose novels have been published all over the world.

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