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Publisher pitch: Totally Bound, Aug 2020

1 August 2020

August is here, and it brings with it a host of new releases from Totally Bound. New adult, omegaverse, military romance and BDSM—there’s certainly something to suit everyone’s taste this month. There’s not one, but two reverse harem stories to get your teeth in to, as well as the follow-up to bestselling So, That Got Weird.

Don’t forget, plenty of our favourite series are now available in box sets—with a new one released each week!

Find out more on our website.

Here’s what’s coming up in August …

4 August

This is So Happening by Amelia Kingston (So Far, So Good #2). The follow-up to the hugely popular So, That Got Weird. This torturously tempting love story sees people-pleaser Jessie finally realise what she wants. And what she wants is Devin.

Boundless Hope by Dani Rose (Club Serenity #2). Sellie is new to BDSM but she falls quickly for Kyle. Their attraction is instant, but can their new relationship survive its initial challenges?

11 August

Danger Zone by Sharon Kimbra Walsh. This military romance sees Sarah, an officer in the US Navy, falling hard and fast for her commanding officer. She’s always shied away from emotional entanglements, focusing on her career, but something is different this time. They must choose between their careers and each other.

18 August

Claimed by the Alphas by Jayce Carter (The Omega’s Alphas #7). Omega Ashley is trying to outrun a stalker—will three alphas be the ones to save her?

25 August

Summer When She Smiles by Rebecca Fairfax (Rent-a-Perfect-Gentleman #4). Piers is used to women being attracted to his glamorous lifestyle, but they never seem to stick around when they see he’s pretty ordinary underneath it all. Could Cara be different? Can a relationship bloom between a couple both wearing disguises?

Liberating Jane by Katherine E Hunt (Mended Hearts #1). Jane never expected to be widowed so early in life, and joins an online support group to help her through. She gets more than she bargained for when she moves into Winchester Drive, and soon finds plenty of willing distractions.

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