Learning Curve By Diana Hunter As a young girl, Sam fancied herself a writer. Excited, she showed her first story to a classmate, who labeled it yucky because Sam's female protagonists had been tied up when they were captured by the bad guys. Abashed, Sam spent the next decade caging her vivid fantasies of being tied up, and cultivating the good girl image that society expected. Until she met Peter. Sam didn't understand why her body responded so...
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