The Submissive is the original BDSM erotic romance phenomenon that inspired an entire genre.
Tara Sue Me lives in the southeastern United States with her family, two dogs, and a cat. Visit her website: www.tarasueme.com and follow her on Twitter @tarasueme
For those FIFTY SHADES fans pining for a little more spice on their e-reader...the Guardian recommends Tara Sue Me's Submissive Trilogy, starring handsome CEO Nathaniel West, a man on the prowl for a new submissive, and the librarian Abby, who is yearning for something more. - Los Angeles TimesThis book is going to make you say "Fifty What of What?"...[Me] is so talented and captivating. - Southern Fiction ReviewThe sex scenes are smouldering hot... THE SUBMISSIVE is a must read if you loved FIFTY SHADES OF GREY. The writing is clean and very entertaining. I can't wait to read THE DOMINANT to hear Nathaniel's point of view. - The Romance ReviewsTautly written, with smart, three-dimensional characters and scorching love scenes...a fantastic love story. - Christina Lauren, Author of Beautiful StrangerA sexy and inviting kick-off to a new erotic trilogy, THE SUBMISSIVE should not be missed. - Romance Reviews TodayA blazing hot BSDM story between a billionaire and someone who's admired him from a far. I really enjoyed this smoking tale and recommend it to erotic romance readers... I learned a lot about BDSM via Abby and Nathaniel's relationship. I started to understand how things worked... I look forward to more books by this Tara Sue Me. The sex between Abby and Nathaniel will have readers burning up and wishing they are having the sex. - Night Owl ReviewsUnbelievably fantastic!... Nathaniel is something special, and he has that... something "more" that makes him who he is and makes me love him more than all the others. Beneath all the cold and detached surface there is a sweet and loving man, and I adored how Abby managed to crack his armour a tiny bit at a time... I can't wait to continue this beautiful story. - Mind ReaderBy the end of the first chapter I was hooked on the story and relationship of Abigail and Nathaniel... The book is told in first person so we only get Abby's perspective of the relationship, but it's one that I found real and compelling... This is one of those books that I will read and re-read. - The Book Reading Gals