Spotlight on “The Submission Gift” by Solace Ames

I’ve got an erotic romance for you all, The Submission Gift, by Solace Ames.   It just released today!  I’ve already started reading it and I’m really enjoying it so far.  Expect a review of it soon on this blog.  In the meantime, check out all the details about the book below.  As a bonus, the author is conducting a tour-wide giveaway of the following items:


1 bracelet with three heart charms

2 copies of The Dom Project, LA Doms Book #1



For your chance to win, be sure to click on the Rafflecopter link!


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by Solace Ames


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Newlyweds Jay and Adriana had a happy marriage and a spectacular sex life—until tragedy struck. Wounded in a car accident, Jay spent a year recuperating while Adriana worked overtime as a chef to pay their bills. Though he’s made nearly a full recovery, some aspects of their intimate play will never be the same. It’s a small price to pay, all things considered.

But when a long struggle with the insurance company results in an overdue payout, Jay has a plan. He’ll take some of it and hire a high-end rent boy who specializes in sexual dominance. Not for him, but as a gift for Adriana, for taking care of him for the past twelve months.

Paul is the handsome stranger they choose…and the one who changes everything. What starts out as a onetime session to fulfill a fantasy turns into something bigger than all of them. But when the money runs out and Paul’s dangerous past resurfaces, the sacrifices required to stay together may end up tearing them apart…


The Submission Gift
LA Doms
Book 2 (stand-alone)
Solace Ames

Genre: Erotic Romance, Ménage
Publisher: Carina Press
Date of Publication: March 24, 2014
ISBN: 978-1-4268-9828-0.

Number of pages: 254
Word Count: 100,000



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Solace Ames has roots in the Southeast US, although her heart lives somewhere along the Pacific coast of Mexico. She’s worked in restaurants, strip clubs, academia and the corporate world and studied everything from the philosophy of science to queer theory to medieval Spanish literature. Rejecting neat categories, her writing sprawls across genres and genders and swings from high art to low art, marching with the erotic avant-garde, tongue sometimes in cheek and at other times… well. Along with writing, education and political activism are her passions. Family takes up most of her time, but she loves to keep learning.



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~ by Suzie on March 24, 2014.

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