A Collar for Brad [NOOK Book]

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A Collar for Brad is a 27,000 word about one young man’s puppy training. Lindsay is rich and bored, so she sets a new challenge for herself. She wants to become a puppy trainer. But rather than deal with actual canines, she wants to train a man and teach him how to be her good boy.

Brad is a recent college grad with a ton of debt and no job prospects. Considering how hard he worked in school, he thinks he deserves a great position. But as the ...
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A Collar for Brad

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Overview

A Collar for Brad is a 27,000 word about one young man’s puppy training. Lindsay is rich and bored, so she sets a new challenge for herself. She wants to become a puppy trainer. But rather than deal with actual canines, she wants to train a man and teach him how to be her good boy.

Brad is a recent college grad with a ton of debt and no job prospects. Considering how hard he worked in school, he thinks he deserves a great position. But as the months passed, he hasn’t found anything. Frustrated, he goes to his friend, Jessie. Her family is rich, so he’s hoping she might have a lead for him. Jessie’s sister, Lindsay, has been looking to hire someone.

Nervous but determined, Brad meets Lindsay for the job interview. After a few quick questions, she decides he’ll be perfect. She kisses him and touches him, exciting his every nerve. Shocked at her behavior, he nonetheless gives in until Lindsay pulls away and offers him the job along with a contract. Flustered, Brad signs it without reading it, inadvertently giving himself over to her.

Brad wakes up to an entirely new world. He has been transported to the estate of Madame Caroline, a woman whose singular tastes and ambitions have led to the creation of a place where women and men are trained to be adorably obedient pets. Some of the people are trained as ponies or cows. A handsome boy like Brad will inevitably end up collared and leashed.

Despite her wealth, Lindsay wants to become one of Madame Caroline’s trainers. She wants to work with naked women and men, discipline them and teach them how to behave as proper animals. But before Lindsay can obtain this new rank, she must first convince Madame Caroline that she has what it takes.

Determined to prove herself, Lindsay works hard to train her new puppy. She keeps him leashed and binds his arms and legs in special sleeves so that he has no choice but to move around on all fours. She muzzles him until he learns to bark like a good doggie. She feeds him special dog food, forces him to drink from bowls, and gives him special treats when he behaves.

Little by little, Brad is made to embrace the life of a puppy.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. BDSM themes and content include: female domination, puppy play, orgasm denial, bondage, humiliation, behavioral modification, spanking, teasing, and other forms of punishment.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015197051
  • Publisher: Pink Leash Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/23/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,320,630
  • File size: 63 KB

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  • Posted November 16, 2012

    Puppy play / femdom

    It's hard to find the right balance of femdom and puppy play, but I think this book really did it. I loved this title, and I can't wait to read what else Emma Valentine has done.

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