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A collection of five erotic stories with mixed submission and domination themes.
Power Lunch by Rachel Kramer Bussel
Claudia has never been able to take orders – in or out of the bedroom – so it's hardly a surprise that she's ended up running her own business. And one of her favourite perks of being the boss? Having her own personal assistant to cater to her every whim. Of course it helps that her PA, Patrick, is both well-endowed and a natural submissive, making him highly qualified for the position, or should that be positions ...?
Amy by Alex Severn
It was putting temptation in her way, asking her to keep an eye on her 19-year-old neighbour, Joe – especially when he invites a group of equally hunky friends around for a party. What's a woman supposed to do after all? She's been thinking of taking a younger man for a while and now she's got a chance to have not just one but two – and right on her doorstep! Would they do anything she wanted? There really was only one way to find out ...
Highland Games by Bimbo Ross
Ian and Carrie are looking forward to their camping holiday in the north of Scotland, as well as catching up on the games they've missed due to their busy work schedules over the previous months. But on their first night, their game takes a turn for the worse when the police get involved. Is spanking a crime?
The Uninitiated Bottom by D L King
Laura has always been a top, even before she knew what that was. Her friend, Frank, taught her about power and how to play with boys. He taught her pretty much everything she knows. An innocent breakfast conversation starts the wheels inexorably turning. Now, he's going to teach her something else; he's going to teach her how to be a bottom, whether she's ready or not.
Split by Shanna Germain
Prose doesn't come around as much as Pater would like. She's got things to do and places to be. But when she does return, she always brings something wonderful and dangerous.
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