A Cage of Her Own

A Cage of Her Own

by Reese Gabriel
     
 

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Reese Gabriel, the author of Bondage Town and Teach Me Tender, Teach Me Rough brings a sultry selection of short stories with A Cage of Her Own and Other Tales of Female Surrender.

In Missing Ingredient Belinda and Johnny find the perfect solution to a bad marriage by getting divorced and finally being honest about their sexual desires. Belinda hates that

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Reese Gabriel, the author of Bondage Town and Teach Me Tender, Teach Me Rough brings a sultry selection of short stories with A Cage of Her Own and Other Tales of Female Surrender.

In Missing Ingredient Belinda and Johnny find the perfect solution to a bad marriage by getting divorced and finally being honest about their sexual desires. Belinda hates that Johnny still has control over her, and Johnny uses that control to make her admit she likes to be dominated by him. Don’t Be Late finds Marisa engaged to Kent, but obsessing over his twin brother, Ian, who is, by far, the naughtier of the two boys. Ian invites her to a BDSM club and shows her just how wicked he really is.

The title story, A Cage of Her Own, introduces us to Mandy; a poor girl on the edge of poverty and recently evicted from her apartment. She begs her boss, Mr. Martin, to help her out and tells him she’ll do anything to keep her job. He offers her a job and a new home, which she dreads, is a cage in his personal office bathroom. She accepts reluctantly and sees a new, deviant side to Mr. Martin when he doles out her first spanking.

Dangling the Cuffs tells the story of Michelle and Mark. After snooping through his drawer, Michelle finds a pair of handcuffs, and asks Mark about them. When he won’t talk about his BDSM past, she decides to make him tell her by locking herself up and demanding he show her the fiendish side she’s never seen before.

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ISBN-13:
9781935897934
Publisher:
Pink Flamingo Publications
Publication date:
08/19/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
0 MB
Age Range:
18 Years

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