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    • ISBN:9781472106186
    • Publication date:15 Nov 2012

Fallen Angel

It's all about abandon...

By Logan Belle

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Fallen Angel is the second in an erotic romance trilogy inspired by the burlesque clubs of New York and Los Angeles. The novels are about an ordinary woman who discovers herself - and her sexuality - through the world of burlesque.

Mallory Dale works as a paralegal in a top Manhattan law firm, by day. But at night, she's a bombshell burlesque performer on the rise. Her dream is to become a top dancer but she becomes distracted when her boyfriend, Alec, starts pushing her erotic boundaries. Can she handle a three-way with a wildly uninhibited dominatrix? Or should she hang up her feathers and focus on her day job?

At the firm her sexy boss unexpectedly ignites her deepest fantasies and tempts her to find satisfaction away from her tempestuous relationship with Alec. But is she ready to play it safe and give up the man she's always loved for the thrill of life on the edge?

Biographical Notes

Logan Belle's first visit to a burlesque club on her birthday inspired her to write the erotic burlesque trilogy. Logan Belle lives in New York City, where she is working on her next erotic novel. To read more about Logan Belle and her books, visit www.loganbelle.com

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  • ISBN: 9781472106155
  • Publication date: 15 Nov 2012
  • Page count: 240
  • Imprint: Canvas
The kink factor climbs! — Romantic Times
Another sizzler. — Affaire de Coeur
Compelling and sexy. — Vina Jackson, author of Eighty Days Yellow
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