Minimal Spoilers Ahead – You’ve been warned!

Unexpected Hero (Unexpected Duet Book 1) Content Warnings

Hello lovely readers!

Out of respect and love for my readers, I’m offering the following brief summary of content that some readers may wish to know about before reading Unexpected Hero. If you have any questions, feel free to message me on social media or via email: I’m happy to answer your specific inquiries so you can read this book without concern.

The first warning is… this is Book 1 of a Duet. Therefore, it does end on a cliffhanger. The couple’s love story will conclude with a gloriously happy ending in Book 2 – Unexpected Hero Redeemed (coming very soon).

Click on the collapsible headings below to view the primary tropes, kinks, and common triggers.

As always, I’ve done my very best to handle these items with care and compassion. If you have any questions, please contact me at: or via social media.  Happy Reading!

  • Age Gap
  • Virgin Heroine & Experienced Hero
  • Forbidden Love (Boss’s daughter)
  • Stalker “light” (think of it as an unleaded stalker romance)
  • Secret Identity
  • Sexual Liberation after Religious Upbringing
  • Neurodivergent Main Characters
  • Wounded Hero
  • Virgin Deflowering
  • Dom/sub
  • Sex Club
  • Intro to BDSM/Kink
  • Bondage/Rope Suspension
  • Praise, Praise, More Praise
  • Voyeurism
  • Exhibitionism
  • Masturbation
  • Spanking
  • Sex Toys
  • Upside-Down Throat Fucking
  • Face Riding
  • Sex Tape Making & Watching
  • Childhood Neglect & Abuse – There is one flashback detailing the neglect, then it’s mostly fade to black of the physical abuse. If this is a trigger for you, simply skip the majority of chapter four. The flashback/dream is designated in italics.
  • Purity Culture, Religious Trauma, and Sexual Shaming – This happens off page (in the past), but she is dealing with it in the present, so it comes up periodically. The hero helps her reclaim her body gloriously.
  • Abduction via Date Rape Drugs (roofies) – The drugging and abduction happen on page to one main character (it isn’t perpetrated by the other main character).
  • Trafficking / Sexual Assault – The assaults happen off page, fade to black; but she does have some scenes that take place inside the trafficking prep house where she’s interacting with the other girls and such. (The perpetrator is not the other main character).
  • Death of a Parent – Mostly fade to black and not heavily detailed.