Blue Bow Media is Proud to Announce the Release of Slaves of the Billionaire

Meet Megan, Carice and Dresden, three very different women, who become slaves to billionaire, Trent Raider.

Online PR News – 27-August-2013 – Phoenix, AZ – Blue Bow Media is proud to announce the release of Slaves of the Billionaire, by new author, Winter Raven. Slaves of the Billionaire is a steamy BDSM novella and is exclusively available as an eBook via Amazon for the first 90 days. There will be several promotion days where the eBook will be free.

Here’s the synopsis of Slaves of the Billionaire:

Meet Megan, Carice and Dresden, three very different women, who become slaves to billionaire, Trent Raider. Megan is well bred, stable and has a job at Vogue but she craves degradation and sexual excitement. Carice is wild and raised in the Bronx. After, serving time in jail during her youth she becomes a stripper. Trent finds her and cultivates her into an exceptional slave but her destiny leads her down a path away from Trent. Dresden is a Dominatrix who secretly yearns to submit to someone powerful. The story culminates at The Darkest Pit, a BDSM club in Manhattan.

Winter Raven is a new writer to Blue Bow Media and exclusively writes erotica. Why erotica? The author states, “I like being able to submerge myself in a kinky world without limitations. When you write, you get direct the experience and it can get really exciting. Erotica is popular and I think my audience is mostly women looking for an escape. I feel privileged to be able to offer that.”

Winter Raven is currently working on her next erotica collection and a sequel to Slaves of the Billionaire, Trent Raider.

To download the book go to: http://www.amazon.com/Slaves-of-the-Billionaire-ebook/dp/B00ES4ICCM/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1377541173&sr=1-1

Or search Winter Raven, Slaves of the Billionaire in Amazon.

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