About the author:
Elena Ayre writes contemporary romantic fiction. She lives with her husband and three children and works as a school teacher.
Here is a short sample from the book:
As I pondered my next move I looked at the man. He was big. His body was long and wide. His shoulders were broad and muscular and they bore many long, deep scars. He looked tough, powerful, and if the thick ropes had not bound him so tightly he would look dangerously threatening. And if he had suddenly broken through his bonds, his muscles rippling with strength, I would not have been surprised. His jaw was shadowed with thick, dark stubble but his features were strong and chiseled. There was a raw kind of strength in his face and a grim expression that said he bore pain like a warrior. He was a beast of a man, and even though I had firmly decided that he was of the warrior people, that he was the enemy, I was deeply drawn to him and found myself lingering too long over the lines of his body while I thought about what I should do next.