Introducing Troy Jackson and Livia Grant

If there’s anything better than the ability to sit down, it’s got to be sitting down with a dominant man and getting to know him better. Welcome to the next in Season Two’s interviews with the characters of Corbin’s Bend. Today I have the pleasure of introducing you all to Troy Jackson from Life’s Unexpected Gifts by author Livia Grant, but to read it you’ll have to go to Around the Bend!

See you all there. 🙂

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If you’d like to see more of Livia Grant, author of the Passion Series, feel free to visit her blog here. Also, in Corbin’s Bend Season Three, look out for the Psychology of Submission, where Troy’s sister Traci finally meets her match. I admit, I can’t wait for this one. Hint, hint: I’m free to beta for you anytime, Livia.
Traci Jackson has been a therapist in Corbin’s Bend for several years. She’s helped many residents navigate their own D/s and DD relationships, but she hasn’t found her own HoH. Through her patients, she’s been researching and writing about the dynamics of dominance and submission in relationships for years. She loves her field, but she hates attending professional conventions where she’s treated like her specialty isn’t valid. 
Sean Campbell is juggling raising his teenage daughter alone in Chicago while running a large convention hotel. When the annual psychologist convention comes to town, he literally bumps into the most beautiful and intelligent woman he’s met in a long time. He gets the surprise of his life when he finds out her specialty is D/s with an emphasis on corporal punishment. They may find sparks from the minute they meet, but Traci and Sean have more than just the long distance between Chicago and Corbin’s Bend separating them. Sean has never heard of domestic discipline before. Will Traci pack up and leave Corbin’s Bend to be with the man she’s falling in love with, even if he can never be her true HoH?

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