One couple. Two perspectives. From the bestselling author of Jaded comes two stories of restrained desires pushed to the point of no return… TRANSFIXED… By day, Marin Bryant is the darling of the New York modern dance scene, a job that requires a total surrender of her body to the demands of her art. By night, she has the power, moonlighting as Miss Banks, as a dainty dominatrix in heels and pearls. TRANSFORMED… To Wall Street scion Cole Fleming, Miss Banks fulfills his darkest desires, until the day when roles and formalities aren’t enough. Cole wants all of Miss Banks’s secrets, and won’t stop until he’s broken down her walls using the pleasure she craves and fears. Two stories, one pair of lovers, exploring the dark heat at the intersection of pain, pleasure, and something that just might be love… Find out more about the woman who brought Cole and Marin together in Anne Calhoun’s novel, The List. Are you on it? These stories previously appeared in Agony/Ecstasy Praise for Anne Calhoun “Uncommonly good storytelling.”—Beth Kery, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author “Scintillating sexual chemistry.”—Lauren Dane, New York Times bestselling author “Calhoun’s romances define the erotic.”—Alison Kent, national bestselling author After doing time at Fortune 500 companies on both coasts, national bestselling novelist Anne Calhoun landed in a flyover state, where she traded business casual for yoga pants and decided to write down all the lively story ideas that got her through years of monotonous corporate meetings. She holds a BA in History and English, and an MA in American Studies from Columbia University. Anne is the author of many novels including Jaded and Unforgiven. When she’s not writing her hobbies include reading, knitting, and yoga. She lives in the Midwest with her family and singlehandedly supports her local Starbucks.
After doing time at Fortune 500 companies on both coasts, Anne Calhoun landed in a flyover state, where she traded business casual for yoga pants and decided to write down all the lively story ideas that got her through years… More about Anne Calhoun