By Elizabeth Engstrom
A suspense mystery with a homicide secret at its center, Black leather-based starts off with blonde sisters, one black husband and a murdered Navajo. truth turns into more and more doubtful as a husband works to assist his accused spouse. facts isn't what it sort of feels to be, neither girl is who she appears to be like, and all 3 draw close their darkish secrets and techniques. His long-repressed temptations resurface as he slides deeper and deeper into the sisters' sleazy global of black leather-based, racial personal tastes, razor sharp toys and fallacious identities. Is he married to a assassin, or simply slumbering with one? something is for sure—both ladies are difficulty, and he can't remain away. a dismal erotic mystery by means of the internationally-acclaimed Elizabeth Engstrom."A darkly seductive page-turner via a author who understands how you can placed the erotic thrill right into a thriller." –DarkEcho
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Black Leather by Elizabeth Engstrom