THE COMPLETE DIVINE TRILOGY
Official genre of book – BDSM Erotic Romance
An erotic read meant for adults, The Divine Trilogy is not your typical romance.
When you first meet Catherine and Jayden in To Serve is Divine, they aren’t looking for love at all. Catherine O’Chancey is a young submissive whose second Dom turned out to be an abusive fake. This is the story of her subsequent recovery and reentry into the BDSM lifestyle with the help of a new Dominant, Jayden Masterson. Come with me, and I’ll take you on the journey alongside Catherine and Jayden while their bond grows and deepens. It’ll be sexy and intense, but never fear, you get to be there to see the tender side of her new Dom as he helps her through her past tragedies.
The Divine Trilogy offers a different view of the BDSM world.
One that will enlighten readers and show them that those who live this Lifestyle often do so because it is a deep-seated need within their psyche, something that can’t be ignored. And that need is okay because, when practiced properly, BDSM is all about being Safe, Sane, and Consensual. Find within the pages a sampling of the different dynamics which can occur amongst kinksters. Everything from hardcore pain sluts to docile “littles” who want to be pampered and coddled, but the important thing to remember is that everyone has a place of acceptance, without judgement, in this Lifestyle.
Time and again reviewers have said they couldn’t put this book down . . . even when they don’t usually read this genre.
When the overwhelming urge to release her bindings, remove the blindfold, and then carry her to bed to make love to her crashed upon him even harder than before they’d begun, Jayden knew he had to get out of there.
Catherine had been a dribbling, incoherent puddle by then, and with some effort, Jayden moved her into the shower and into bed. Pure fear that real feelings were attempting to break out and show themselves kept his **** at half-mast. He was able to lotion her body and dress her without incident. Not surprising, he hadn’t found any arnica cream at her place, and instead had helped her to take some ibuprofen before tucking her in. Jayden hoped between his short massage and the medicine, she wouldn’t wake up too stiff.
That brought him to now. Jayden knew he should leave. It was creepy that he sat in her bedroom in the dark and watched her like he had some right to. With a heavy sigh, Jayden hefted his body up from the chair. Padding out to the kitchen, he found a notepad by the phone and jotted a few quick words to Catherine before he slipped out into the night.
It wasn’t an accident that he signed it ‘Master.’ For Jayden, it was a reminder and a warning to not break his own rules. (To Serve is Divine, book 1)
R.E. Hargrave lives on the outskirts of Dallas, TX where she prides herself on being a domestic engineer. Married to her high school sweetheart, together they are raising three children from elementary age to college age. She is an avid reader, a sometimes quilter and now, a writer. Other hobbies include gardening and a love of a music.
A native ‘mutt,’ Hargrave has lived in New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Alabama, Texas, and California. She is fond of setting her stories on location in South Carolina and Texas, but its anybody’s guess as to what the genre will be!