A Hero Wanted (#5 Pleasure Bound) by Jan Springer

After years of being away from his pretty-plus sized ex-girlfriend, Sully's back in town and wants her back in his bed...

A hero wanted (#5 pleasure bound)

White picket fence-type, old-fashioned gal needs a man who loves to walk in the rain. Must be well-hung. A homebody, white picket fence-type of guy. Sexual requirements-gentle yet untamed lover. He must be sexually adventurous who will train me to be same. Must be romantic, enjoy toys, interested in mutual light bondage, ménages are welcome.

That's what full-figured, antiques shop owner Jenna MacLean wants when she and her best friend outline a want ad just for fun on their weekly girls’ night out.

After years of being away from his pretty-plus sized ex-girlfriend, Sully's back in town. When he finds the want ad, he knows he’s the only man who can make all of Jenna’s sizzling-hot fantasies come true.

She’s never left his heart and he needs her back in his bed-but he's not going the traditional romantic route. This time, he'll prove he loves her with help from the notorious Ménage Club, a relationship club designed specifically to get estranged couples back together with the help of a third and sometimes a fourth in the bedroom. 

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Erotica

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Language: English

Keywords: erotic romance with menage, romantic erotica, fantasy erotic romance, jan springer, spunky girl publishing, pleasure bound series, submission, light bondage, adult contemporary erotic romance, adult fantasy romance

Word Count: 32000

Sales info:

The English version of A Hero Wanted had robust sales with Ellora's Cave. It is now published with Spunky Girl Publishing. The Pleasure Bound series continues to sell well at combined e-tailers. It is also now available as boxed sets and sells well in that format too.

A Hero Wanted was a Bestseller at All Romance ebooks reaching #2 on the bestseller list.

Sample text:

“‘A Hero Wanted. White picket fence type gal wants a man who loves to walk in the rain.’ What else?” Meemee said.

“Okay… I want him to have a nice sense of humor. Must be gentle and caring. Also white picket fence material.”

Meemee rolled her eyes, opened her mouth, pretended to stick her finger down her throat and made a gagging sound. “Oh, come on. If you want humor, gentle and caring, and a fenced yard, get yourself a Saint Bernard dog.”

Jenna giggled. “Don’t take it so seriously, Meems. We’re only pretending.”

“Me? Serious? Oh, please. Never. You know me better than that. I am the last person on this earth who’d take anything serious. I’m just curious about what kind of guy would rip your soul apart. What kind of man makes your heart pound? Your legs weaken? Makes your pussy scream for his cock. Oh, shit, I forgot to write down he has to be well-hung. He has to have the tool to do the job, am I right?”

Definitely well-hung. Jenna nodded in agreement as Meemee began writing again.

“And make his cock at least eight inches long, two inches thick.”

“Now you’re talking, Jen. Give me more. Give me your heart.”

Meemee gazed at her with such sweet desperation that it made Jenna a bit uneasy. Meems was definitely looking at this too seriously. But what the heck did it matter? No one would see it. It was just something to pass the time, something to giggle over on their weekly girls’ night out.

“So? What do you want in a man, Jen? Spill it.”

“I want…” Gosh, what did she want?

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Marco Simoncini
Author review:
It was a pleasure to work with Marco. He translates and communicates well. He would be a great asset to any project. Highly recommend!
Already translated. Translated by Nelson Leonel De Benedetti
Author review:
Another great translation by Nelson! Very timely with a quick turnaround. Communicates excellent in English. Highly recommend!
Thanks, Nelson! Much appreciate your hard work. :-)
Already translated. Translated by Claudio Valerio Gaetani and Stephanie Marroquin Maldonado
Author review:
An enjoyable translation team to work with. Meets deadlines, communicate well and quality is good. Thank you!

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