So once again, it's Thursday - which means it's time for Sensual Thursday. And this week, my 200-300 word snippet is coming from one of my current works in progress. This book, Benevolent Master - the third installment in my Doms of Napa Valley, is tentatively scheduled to come out in the fall - September I'm hoping but we'll see how the edits flow - and if my kids let me work or not.
But please feel free to enjoy the delicious Kaleb - as he has the most naughty thoughts about the new woman he just met - and his friends who can't resist teasing him.
“So when are you going to talk to Ethan about her?”
Kaleb frowned, wishing the man would just drop it. “About who?”“Alyce.” Stephanie gave him a big grin. “Under all those layers is a submissive that is crying out to be released. Based on the way she responded to you, it wouldn’t take much to have her bound to your bed and begging to come. Whether you do or not…” She shrugged and gave him another wicked grin. Evidently, his reputation as a Dominant who loved controlling a woman’s pleasure - until she only came on his command had proceeded him.Although the idea of having the pretty redhead at his mercy - of dripping hot wax across her bare mound as he used a bullet to tease her clit had his fingers itching to do just that, he forced himself to not react. “Nicky, I think you need to take your sub in hand. She doesn’t have the slightest clue what she’s talking about.”Nicky chuckled and gave Stephanie’s ass a squeeze. “Taking her in hand is one of my favorite things.” He tipped his sub’s head up and pressed a kiss against her parted lips, then released her.She whispered to Nicky, but loud enough for Kaleb to hear clearly. “I think Master Kaleb protests a bit too much. I think, if only the situation were different, that shy little Alyce would end up either on a spanking bench or kneeling naked in front of our friend here.”If she only knew…
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