They are two of the strongest men in the System, yet helpless against the submissive woman in need of their care, their love, and their mastery. Rescued from a lab where she was Created, Anin has had to learn a lot in little time. There's a death sentence on her head, and she's been ordered not to interfere with her two self-designated protectors - by her protectors themselves. Designed to submit, Anin craves submission the way she craves air. If only her protectors would understand. The Fas brothers like her, but they don't seem to understand how very much she longs to call them "Master," both in and out of the bedroom. Nu and Set Fas are Raggas, from a planet where the strongest in the System are born. At first they fear hurting Anin with their desires. But Set soon realises that to give Anin what she needs is to accept what he wants, a true submissive. As he comes to know her, he senses that she might be the key to a true Ragga bonding, tying him, Nu and her together with a child. But Nu has been hurt before, and he refuses to allow Anin close enough to pierce his heart. It will take Set's skill and Anin's discovery of herself to help heal Nu's past hurts, and to defeat an old enemy bent on revenge. Only then can love join them all.
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|Title of eBook: Creating Chemistry|
|Release Date: 03-09-2009|
|Publisher: Total-E-Bound Publishing||Store Sales Rank: 8008|
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Nu Fas swore and ran his fingers through his hair in frustration. His biceps ached from the many weight presses he'd indulged yesterday, hoping to get this craving out of his blood. The damn shuttle was too small to fit him, his brother, and her. And they still had another three days until they reached his home planet. Nu should have had more discipline than this. The physical toughness often associated with his kind mandated a certain mental ability to endure. But one small slip of a female continued to erode his control. Over his own damned body! He breathed deeply and tried to stop thinking about sex. His constant erection was more than uncomfortable, but embarrassing. By the stars, he hadn't been this out of control since he'd first discovered how to climax. "I'm not sure how much more of this I can take." His brother, Set, grinned. "That's the problem, idiot. You aren't taking. You don't understand what Anin needs." "And you do?" Jealousy reared its head, an awkward emotion he hadn't felt in years, and never in conjunction with his brother. They'd shared women often, since both of them liked and disliked exactly the same things, with the exception of one person long ago... "I do. If you would stop burying your head in the sand, you'd realise Anin needs it. She craves it like a drug." It submission. Nu's head hurt. He hadn't been able to think of anything but domination, submission and sex with their ...
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