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by Meredith O'Reilly
Twenty-nine-year-old lawyer Marcus Bradberry has fantasized for years about finding a firm-handed man who would not hesitate to provide both guidance and discipline while also bringing him the kind of fulfillment he’s only dreamed about. When he meets Dimitri Anderson, the owner of a local kink club, Marcus takes a chance and shares the wildest fantasy he’s ever had with him.
Though he confesses to Dimitri that nothing excites him more than the idea of a being overpowered, kidnapped, and mastered completely by a strong, handsome man, Marcus is nonetheless shocked when Dimitri takes it upon himself to bring this fantasy to life. When Dimitri surprises him after work on a Friday, Marcus soon finds himself blindfolded, handcuffed, and driven away to an unknown place.
It quickly becomes clear that Dimitri knows exactly what his captive sub needs and is more than ready to give it to him, but as the weekend progresses, Marcus realizes that trusting his new master is at times much harder than he expected. Will he surrender to his most secret desires or will his fears drive him away from his master’s loving arms?
Genre: Erotic Contemporary RomancePurchase link(s): Amazon ARe Kobo B&N
Content/Theme(s): M/M, BDSM, D/s, Spanking, Gay, GLBT
Release Date: August 13, 2015
Publisher: Stormy Night Publications
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As I turned, I ran smack dab into a solid, muscular chest.
“I-I’m sorry, sir,” I said, glancing at the most handsome man I had ever seen. Holy crap, he’s tall! This man must be almost seven feet compared to my six foot, two inches, I thought to myself as I admired the rest of him. He had dark brown hair that curled around his ears, and he had more muscles than I ever seen on one man. He didn’t look much older than me, and I guessed he was probably thirty. The thing that dazzled me the most were his eyes. They were the same color as my mama’s homemade milk chocolate brownies, and they were intently locked on me.
I looked away, remembering that submissives were not supposed to meet a dominant’s gaze unless told to do so.
“It’s all right. Accidents happen. That spanking the mistress gave her submissive was pretty hot, don’t you think so?”
“Yes, it was.”
I was silent for a moment, and then the man asked, “Why are you not looking at me?”
“Because I’ve read that in a club, submissives aren’t supposed to look the dominants in the eye unless granted to do so. It’s a sign of respect.”
A hand slowly moved up to my chin and lifted it until the man and I were staring at one another.
“You are correct that some dominants play that way. However, I am not one of them. I enjoy being able to stare into a submissive’s eyes, especially ones as exquisite as yours. They’re the color of a clear blue sky and compliment your blonde hair very well.”
“Th-thank you, sir.” I said, blushing. His compliment made me feel like a bashful school boy trying to talk to his crush.
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