Delight me, tease me, punish me? Hmmm, Is BDSM on your list of must reads? Then Desiree Holt's new book in the 1-800-DOM-help series is sure to please. Desiree recently said about her new book, "Delight Me give me a chance to let out my inner Mistress and she's having a really good time."
Delight Me by Desiree Holt Available at Ellora's Cave Wednesday, January 26th.
This is one of the books in the hot new authors series at Ellora's Cave called 1-800-DOM-help series. Other authors in this series included: Marilu Mann, Christine d'Abo, Michelle Polaris, Samantha Cayto, Ari Thatcher, Delphine Dryden, Francesca Hawley, Delilia Devlin, Shayla Kersten and Kathy Kulig.Keep an eye out for new books coming out soon and check out the ones recently released!!
Blurb for Delight Me:
Dani suspects her growing dissatisfaction with the lifestyle suggests she might be in need of a role reversal. When she finds a mysterious business card, she calls the number, 1-800-DOM-help, and is paired with Ethan, a sexy-as-sin sub. Dani learns the erotic effects of wielding the whip and the intense arousal that stimulating her sub with toys can bring.
As their sessions progress, Dani and Ethan explore every aspect of D/s play—from restraints to punishment to exercising control to achieve mind-blowing orgasms—and Dani comes to understand the value of receiving trust, as well as giving it. But her newfound, strong emotional feelings for Ethan scare her to death. Their current course could change her life forever—if she’s brave enough to accept what’s being offered.
To find out more about Desiree Holt and her books: http://www.desireeholt.com/
The premise for the 1-800-DOM-help arose from a “what if” question and the discovery of a similar number that made Lise Fuller share it with some author friends. And they thought, “Wow, that would make for a great series concept!” So the authors took it a step further: What if a dominant or submissive needed help with their significant other? From there, they developed a “help line” for dominants and submissives to call. The help line is used if someone needs help dealing with a problem or if they want to connect with a new partner.
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