Total-e-burning - BDSM
You don’t know what you have till it’s gone is the lesson both Brandon Hudson and Stacey Hudson both discover that, after they divorce. When Stacey discovers Brandon has gone into porn as a dom, she’s shocked and turned on at the same time. Stacey decides to get Brandon out of her system once and for all by answering an ad to be in a movie with him. She doesn’t want him to know however so she goes in wearing a mask and using an alias. Things get complicated when she’s offered a contract and a ménage et trios movie with Brandon and another man.
In this short story Ms. Ladd explores the lengths people will go to, to get over a broken heart. What they will go to, to prove to themselves that they shouldn’t have been given up. The characters are well thought out with plenty of faults as well as good points. The plot moves well and the sex scenes are smoking hot.
I enjoyed this work and think you will too. Have an air conditioner handy though … you’ll need it.
Special Notes: This is an erotic work and contains explicit sexual content, to include male/male and male/male/female. It should only be read by those who find those situations hot and steamy.
On a small side note though, I don’t consider a 7.5” or 8” cock a monster cock … but I might have seen one or two too many ten inchers in some porno’s LOL.
Book Blurb for Submissive Dreams
Stacey disguises herself to fool her ex-husband, the Internet king of porn, but he's not the only one who gets a shock.
Stacey Cooke can't believe her eyes when she sees her ex-husband Brand on the Internet—and he's the new king of porn. She divorced him for being too boring in bed and out and so she's stunned. Much worse than stunned, she's jealous and it hurts. She wonders if she gave up on him too early.
She can't stop peeking at her ex with all his film partners. When an ad pops up for a new partner to have sex with Brand on film, her friend Lilli persuades her to apply. Donning a mask, disguising her voice, Stacey decides to see if she's still in love with him.
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