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  • Written by Lea Griffith
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Too Much

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On Sale: June 10, 2014
Pages: 272 | ISBN: 978-0-553-39069-8
Published by : Loveswept Ballantine Group
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Synopsis

Synopsis

In Lea Griffith’s Loveswept debut, a novel that’s perfect for erotic romance readers, two lovers who have shared exquisite pain and unforgettable bliss find solace back in each other’s arms.
 
Jeremiah Copeland and Daly Edwards have a history. Even though he grew up a criminal struggling to care for two younger siblings, and she’s the pampered daughter of a power-hungry senator, they formed a bond that nothing could break. Only a lack of trust ripped them apart.
 
Seven years later, Daly has reason to believe that Jeremiah’s brother is in trouble. She reaches out to Jeremiah the only way she knows how: at his BDSM club, The Underground. But one look ignites a heat she thought had cooled forever. As Jeremiah takes control of her body once again, Daly quickly loses control of her carefully rebuilt world. Too much has never been enough between them, and as danger swirls in the shadows, Jeremiah forces Daly to recognize what has never changed: She still loves him. His command is that she return her heart—and he will make her obey.
 
Too Much is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.
 
Praise for Too Much
 
Too Much was very sexy and commanding at times, the writing was flawless and there’s no denying the sizzling hot chemistry between Jeremiah and Daly.”—Totally Booked Blog
 
“The feelings between Jeremiah and Daly are just as intense as their Dom and Sub play.”—Hines and Bigham’s Literary Tryst
 
“This book is smoking hot. While there are great sex scenes, there is also a lot of depth and emotional ties between Jeremiah and Daly.”—Desert Divas Book Addiction
 
“A sexy and steamy read.”—My Midnight Fantasies

Too Much was an emotionally and sexually charged story about second chances and learning to love and trust again.”—MsRomanticReads
 
“This book is one word: explosive. It grabbed my heart and didn’t let go.”—Mary Elizabeth’s Crazy Book Obsession

Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from other Loveswept titles.
Lea Griffith

About Lea Griffith

Lea Griffith - Too Much
Lea Griffith began sneaking her mother’s romance novels at a very young age, cutting her teeth on the greats: McNaught, Woodiwiss, Garwood. As she got older, her need to devour all genres of romance–including contemporary, paranormal, and sci-fi—grew. Now, when she’s not working her day job, you can usually find her at her keyboard, using every spare second to write. She lives with her husband and three teenage daughters in rural Georgia.
Praise

Praise

Too Much was very sexy and commanding at times, the writing was flawless and there’s no denying the sizzling hot chemistry between Jeremiah and Daly.”—Totally Booked Blog
 
“The feelings between Jeremiah and Daly are just as intense as their Dom and Sub play.”—Hines and Bigham’s Literary Tryst
 
“This book is smoking hot. While there are great sex scenes, there is also a lot of depth and emotional ties between Jeremiah and Daly.”—Desert Divas Book Addiction
 
“A sexy and steamy read.”—My Midnight Fantasies

Too Much was an emotionally and sexually charged story about second chances and learning to love and trust again.”—MsRomanticReads
 
“This book is one word: explosive. It grabbed my heart and didn’t let go.”—Mary Elizabeth’s Crazy Book Obsession

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