What happens when a lifestyle submissive who’s lost her husband-owner of many years and a novice dominant who hasn’t yet found his stride in the scene meet?
When Caroline is approached by Joshua with an unusual proposition, she hesitates– she hasn’t scened with anyone other than her late husband since before she was married, and she’s only just set aside her grief over losing her chosen master. But she can’t deny that there’s something endearing about Joshua, and there’s an itch that she hasn’t been able to scratch in years, one that he might be able to satisfy.
Is she ready, though? And is she able to teach from the bottom, when it’s nearly impossible to fight the temptation to sink into sub space? After their first disastrous attempt, her best friend Lisa doesn’t think so and Caroline isn’t sure that Joshua will even want to try again.
But Caroline is nothing if not stubborn and besides… she really, really wants to make it up to the man who set her nerves on fire before it all went wrong.
Discipline is a novelette of over twelve thousand words, a story without billionaire dominants but with plenty of BDSM. If you enjoy or are curious about power exchange, and if you like mixing your pleasure with pain, this is the book for you!
Let me introduce you to Laylah Roberts. Laylah Roberts is an author of domestic discipline and AB/DL stories (her blog can be found here), and she contacted me back in June about working up some cover art for a new story.
She’s since published Firecracker, which is (in my oh so humble opinion) a tasty (and toe-curling) exploration of BDSM in a committed relationship. It is definitely worth taking a look at, not just for the sex but also for the way it explores how a relationship can change completely and come out stronger for it.
Click on the image to be taken to its page on Amazon.com and read below for the description!
If you walk out that door, Sienna, then don’t ever come back. Two years later, Clint’s cold words still ringing in her ears, Sienna finds herself on a plane, returning to Montana. To the husband she’d run away from. A phone call from her distraught best friend gives Sienna the courage, and the excuse, she needs to return. She’s determined to show Clint that she’s changed—to see if there was any chance he still wants her, or whether she’s truly lost him forever. Clint is thrilled that Sienna’s come home, even if she is returning because of his brother’s accident. He wants to prove to his estranged wife that he’s changed. That he’s no longer the cold asshole she ran away from. Sienna and Clint quickly discover their desire for each other hasn’t waned. If anything it’s increased, especially when Clint tells Sienna the secret he’d kept throughout their marriage. That he is a dom. That he wants to show her how much she would enjoy being his submissive. But both of them are too afraid to speak about their real issues, to push each other for commitment for fear of scaring the other one away. Will they ever get their act together and learn to communicate or will Sienna run once more?