Title: Owned Forever
Author Name & Publisher: Willa Edwards (Totally Bound Publishing)
Publication Date & Length: June 23, 2015 – 113 pgs
Two sets of in-laws, a Dom with the need to assert his power, a fiancée with an inferiority complex and a country chic wedding to throw. What could go wrong?
For the last six months, Kate, Daniel and Grant have been living blissfully in Colorado. But that’s all about to come to an end. They’re opening up the ranch and their relationship to outsiders—Kate’s parents. While her future mother-in-law has adapted well to their unconventional relationship, Kate knows her parents won’t feel the same. At her insistence, the whole Farrell crew agrees to keep the true nature of their relationship a secret—at least from her parents—for the whole wedding weekend.
Stretched thin, Kate tries to be everything for everyone. The enthusiastic bride, the good daughter, the diligent sub that’s always under the control of her Master and the affectionate fiancé that wants nothing more than to be married. But with everyone’s needs weighing her down, eventually Kate snaps under the pressure.
In one quick moment of need, their secret is out of bag, and it’s not just her parents that feel betrayed. Can Kate convince all the people she loves to accept and participate in this untraditional wedding party, or will her needs doom her relationships for good?
Who knew Happily Ever After would be this hard!
Publisher’s Note: This story is a continuation of Kate, Grant and Daniel’s relationship from Owned For Christmas by Willa Edwards. It is best read in sequence but can be read as a standalone.
This book had great chemistry for me – they all three fit each others desires and needs. They were willing to work with each other rather than demand.
I love Willa’s books and this one was no different.
I’ve wanted to be writer as long as I can remember. My mother claims that I wanted to be a writer when I was four (but I’m still not sure I knew what a writer did back then). I completed my first novel at the ripe age of 8 in my grandmother’s dining room using my mother’s typewriter from college. It consisted of one typed page, four chapters, each a paragraph long. The story was about a set of alien sisters that landed on earth, had to learn how to make their way home but in the process fall in love with two human boys. I know, a love story from the very beginning. I blame Walt Disney.