Club Mephisto

Club Mephisto

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by Annabel Joseph
     
 

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Molly is a 24/7 slave dedicated to serving her Master. When her Master's business calls him away on a weeklong trip, he arranges to leave her in the care of Mephisto, the owner of a thriving local BDSM club. Molly is both excited and scared to be given over to Master Mephisto. His power and mysterious intensity have long compelled her from afar.

Molly finds

Overview

Molly is a 24/7 slave dedicated to serving her Master. When her Master's business calls him away on a weeklong trip, he arranges to leave her in the care of Mephisto, the owner of a thriving local BDSM club. Molly is both excited and scared to be given over to Master Mephisto. His power and mysterious intensity have long compelled her from afar.

Molly finds herself immersed in a world of strict commands, pervasive sex, and creative torments. Over the course of a week, Mephisto strips away privileges Molly took for granted, and forces her to understand and acknowledge the depths to which she can be made to submit. But a surprising conversation the last day threatens Molly's worldview, as does the strange closeness that develops between them. As the time of Master's return draws near, Molly finds herself deeply and inexorably changed, and more determined than ever to live completely surrendered to her Master's will.

Publisher's Note: this BDSM fantasy novella depicts "total power exchange" relationships that some readers may find objectionable. This work contains acts of sadism, objectification, orgasm denial and speech restriction, caging, anal play and double penetration, BDSM punishment and discipline, M/f, M/m/f, M/m, orgy and group sexual encounters, voyeurism, and limited circumstances of dubious consent.

This is a novella of approximately 37K words.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011964688
Publisher:
Scarlet Rose Press
Publication date:
12/13/2010
Series:
Mephisto series , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
77,066
File size:
284 KB

Meet the Author

Annabel Joseph is a novelist who specializes in the romance of dominance and submission. Her stories celebrate the complexity of sensual power exchange in loving and sometimes complicated relationships.

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Club Mephisto 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the erotica I have been looking for! Okay, first off, I want to get this out of the way: This book may be a bit intense for some readers. If you're all about 50 Shades of Grey, well, this is far beyond that! If you're looking for a deeper portrayal of M/s that goes beyond spankings and glaring, this is the book you want! I don't often find erotica that I love enough to give the highest rating to, since I am pretty kinky myself. I want intense scenes, but I also want it to be believable. A lot of books seem geared to a more vanilla crowd, and leave me wanting. This book did not. The setup here is that Molly has been loaned out for a week to Mephisto. It's unusual for a BDSM novel to have a heroine who already knows what she wants and needs. Other reviewers have seen Molly as stupid or mentally ill, but I see a character who is genuinely flawed, but by the time the novel takes place she has found ways to use her desire for submission to make herself stronger. When the narrative begins she has already been in an M/s relationship and has grown within it. Mephisto is cruel, but in ways that are VERY hot to me. Again, people not into total power exchange might be put off by this, but I can see how the author has woven in the nuances of this type of relationship and has conjured up scenes that are full of the "Oh my god, I don't know if I can take this!" feeling, while still being consensual and safe. There is a lot of corporal punishment, and orgasm denial, and speech restriction. And then there are the subtle hints of what is to come in the rest of the trilogy . . .
sharonRNNJ More than 1 year ago
I have read other novels by Annbel Joseph that I have enjoyed more than Club Mephisto. I felt as if whole sections that showed day to day events in Molly's relationship with her master were edited from the final copy. Additionally, throughout the book, Mephisto's character remained an enigma, especially when his character appeared to do an about face in his behavior and relationship with Molly.
missalicia2013 More than 1 year ago
I received an ARC from novelreviewers.com in exchange of an honest review... Molly is in a committed, loving, and TPE with her Master and husband. She is his slave and wife. He needs to go on a trip and instead of leaving her unattended for a week he decides to provide her with a Master to care for her and train her for the week. Mephisto owns the club they frequent and he is the one who set them up. He agrees to take her on for the week and put her through some paces. This book is deeply erotic and exciting.
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DNF
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I should have paid attention to the author's warning about some of the book being objectionable, or rather too intense is a better term. Although I enjoy the D/s dynamic, I'm not into the degree of S/M this book portrays. It made me cringe in parts, which in itself is probably a sign of a great story-teller in painting the picture of events. I did read the entire book, then got the second in the series, Molly's Lips which was not as graphic, even though it is the same story told by Mephisto. The third book is wonderful - do not miss it!
AnitaBlakeFan More than 1 year ago
I got this as a recommendation from another author who writes in the same genre. While, I thought this was a good book, it doesn't stand a chance against of the best in the business. While the main character is a willing slave, it can be pretty intense in some of the scenes. It is not for the faint of heart. If you like Tiffany Reisz, Kitty Thomas or Skye Warren, you should try this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Annoying and boring.
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Moddygirl More than 1 year ago
Excellent series
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I sort of liked the book. It was a bit hot; however, there was one thing I just did not understand: The main character goes for a walk in a park (or some place) and is by water and starts thinking of her old life and cries--but, a little later is happy with her current life! What was the crying about? Anyway, Ms. Joseph is a very good writer so don't pass this one up.
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