How do you take your BDSM? Light and naughty or with bolder twists and turns that’ll take a bite and leave you wanting more? Or do your tastes run along the razor’s edges demanding a lover surrender all?
Roz Lee starts this year’s BDSM Writers Con Anthology with a light D/s story about justice in Sentenced and Kestra Gravier reveals a few behaviors Not Safe for Work. Arlee Scott makes her writing debut by sharing a naughty power exchange in The Birthday Present while Elizabeth SaFleur shows how there’s more to submission than merely surrendering in White Jeans.
Just like steam rises so does the level of our D/s as Cris Anson starts pushing the boundaries in it Takes two to Tango and Becca Jameson demands Blind Trust from her submissive. Gray Dixon proves that a little exhibitionism can open many doors in Scene and be Seen; while Rhiannon Ayers reveals what is meant when a Dominant declares, The Pleasure is ALL Mine!
And if you dare walk the razor’s edge, Alaska Angelini will remind you to be careful what you wish for in her hard hitting BDSM dark erotica, Rush.
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Sentenced by Roz Lee
The stress of defending the indefensible weighs heavy on Ariel Spencer’s shoulders—heavy enough to bend her over Judge Harlow’s lap every Friday afternoon for some justice of her own.
“Ariana Spencer, for failing to win three cases this past week, I sentence you to be spanked until your ass is the same shade of red as my tie. Is there anything you wish to say in your defense before your sentence is carried out?”
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