HOW WRONG COULD IT GO?
CASSIE knew exactly what she was looking for when she trawled the world of mobile dating to find the perfect man for an afternoon of rough, kinky fantasy. She only did this once a year, and this time it was going to be extra special. But, there was just one problem...
RICH thinks he’s hit the jackpot when he meets a hot older woman on a dating app. She’s gorgeous and doesn’t want any long term commitments, just an afternoon of no-strings-attached kinky fun — what could be better? But can he be man enough to tie her up and play the role of aggressor in her dark, twisted and violent fantasy?
BUT NEITHER of them knew that things would all go so terribly, darkly, disturbingly wrong.
Pain. Unbearable pain.
A night of passion becomes a nightmare for corporate headhunter Adam Walters. In Prague for a few days to do business, he makes the most of his time away from home and commitments, indulging his lustful desires.
But when he wakes up hog tied naked on an operating table in a filthy tiled room, he can’t begin to imagine the pain that is about to come his way...
The Barns Brothers are authors of extreme horror, sex and violence, gut-wrenching tales with a twist, and murderous plots.
The eldest of the brothers. Warren was born in England, where he spent his childhood terrorising his younger brothers on his parents’ livestock farm. The family cashed up and emigrated to the United States when he was a teenager. After high school, he worked in the IT sector until the crash in the early 2000’s when he decided to head back to University to study English and French, with the dream of becoming an author.
A middle child, Crowley is British by birth but regards himself as a citizen of nowhere. He's lived and worked in the UK, USA and Australia as well as spending more than a dozen years in Asia. Crowley has worked as a barkeep, groundskeeper and carnie. He currently resides in Seoul.
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