Fantasy's Fear's two main characters have been traumatized by shooting incidents in their past. Lorelle, a DA, hires Fantasies Unlimited for some BDSM therapy and Arken, currently a part time cop and master, connect, and help each other to cope with life after a traumatic event.
There is quite a lot of bondage, but it's more superficial being that Lorelle often resists total submission. Arken relates to Lorelle with her history and ends up taking her only so far.
Raw feelings of the shootings are exposed during the therapy in both Lorelle's case and Arken's, therefore someone in the same sort of limbo may benefit from reading Vonna Harpers Fantasy's Fear.
Sure this is a work of fiction and I certainly won't allude to being a therapist, but the idea of thinking you're not alone, and the secrets are out might be a boost towards healing for anyone. If anything Fantasy's Fear gives the reader something to think about- goal accomplished.
Dreams of sexual slavery are safe, right? There's nothing wrong with a little fantasy. Nothing dangerous. Nothing that will challenge one's sanity.
But when hard driving assistant district attorney Lorelle Stapleton turns to Fantasies Unlimited for a little kink, things rapidly spin out of control. Instead of simply dreaming of being tethered to a macho man, she's in his world, forced to live by his rules. Ropes now encircle her body, and male hands roam wherever they want, pushing buttons and testing her limits.
Strong, sexy Arken Blacemore is accustomed to being in charge. Immune to her pleas, he remains determined to make Lorelle face certain hidden aspects of her nature.
Sometimes the hottest side of hidden fantasies is the fear....
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Domination/submission, forced bondage, spanking.