Too Close PRINT

By Liia Ann White

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Some encounters are fleeting, but others change everything.

Trust doesn’t come easy to Belle. Between her cold and withdrawn parents and a slew of bad relationships, she hasn’t had much luck in that department. Two years ago, her confidence was shattered when she experienced violence at the hands of her Dom and boyfriend. Since then, she’s resigned herself to living a life filled with empty scenes with Doms and friends-with-benefits relationships, but those leave her isolated and lonely.

Ambrose is looking for someone special—a submissive to share not only scenes with but also his life. Growing up with love and support surrounding him, he has no idea what Belle is going through when she tries to trust him. After their first scene, he decides she is the submissive he wants to claim.

Choosing to embrace a new relationship, Belle tries to trust Ambrose, but just can’t bring herself to hand all of her being to him. The fact that her abusive ex is now free in the world doesn’t make things any easier for her.

Does Ambrose have the patience to work through Belle’s issues and trauma to make his way into her small yet trusted circle of loved ones? He hopes so, but they’re certainly being tested.

All Belle wants is to submit wholeheartedly to this Dom—this Master—but can she release every fear holding her back?


Reader advisory: This book contains mention of past domestic violence, suicide, and physical assault.

General Release Date: 25th July 2023

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ISBN: 978-1-80250-553-5
Word Count: 73,593
Language: English
Book Length: SUPER NOVEL
Pages: 304

About the author
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Liia Ann White

Liia Ann White, a living contradiction, discovered her love for writing at a young age. Often disappearing into different worlds, she tried just about every creative outlet available to her, but writing was always her passion.

After learning to embrace her individuality at a young age, Liia writes a about characters doing the same. Her books involve neurodivergent characters living with a chronic illness. In the midst of a chaotic and eventful life filled with her own chronic and mental illnesses, she finds solace at home with her dogs and birds, surrounded by nature in the outskirts of Perth. 

Follow Liia on Instagram and check out her website.

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