Erotic Stories of Domination and Submission: Sharing Lucy [NOOK Book]

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A graphic erotic short story (9319 words) involving domination, submission, and multiple partners.

Lucy isn’t feeling too happy about being pressured to give a formal business presentation ahead of schedule. Her nervousness only increases when she’s met at the office by Jonathon Cooper, her manager and also her commanding lover… and then a handsome stranger. Just what sort of “presentation” does Mr. Cooper ...
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Erotic Stories of Domination and Submission: Sharing Lucy

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Overview

A graphic erotic short story (9319 words) involving domination, submission, and multiple partners.

Lucy isn’t feeling too happy about being pressured to give a formal business presentation ahead of schedule. Her nervousness only increases when she’s met at the office by Jonathon Cooper, her manager and also her commanding lover… and then a handsome stranger. Just what sort of “presentation” does Mr. Cooper have in mind for her?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013457294
  • Publisher: 1001 Nights Press
  • Publication date: 12/5/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 732,387
  • File size: 386 KB

Meet the Author

British-born author James Wood spins sensuous taboo tales. Themes of domination and submission predominate – of hands on legs and garter straps and ladies bound in silk.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2012

    Hot and sweet

    Intense yet loving scenario. A hot fantasy, convincingly written.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 19, 2012

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    What if the anonymous author of "The Pearl;" the notor

    What if the anonymous author of "The Pearl;" the notorious
    Victorian-era pornographic magazine, were to sit down in front of a
    modern high-definition flat screen TV and attempt to describe the
    goings-on in a triple-X video featuring a vigorous m/f/m ménage à trois
    with a bit of mild BDSM? Employing the language of his own time,
    somewhat quaint by modern standards, occasionally baroque, even a bit on
    the twee side, though seldom overly raunchy or crude; how would he
    translate the action unfolding before him? This is the overall
    impression of James Wood's "Sharing Lucy," the first in a
    series of short but deeply satisfying entertainments from this
    British-Canadian author, collectively branded as "Erotic Stories of
    Domination and Submission." Set in the fantasy-metropolis of Grand
    Falls--perhaps the Toronto of the author's dreams?--each tale offers a
    new scenario from the point of view of a different female submissive. We
    are not told if "Sir," the seemingly omnipresent
    "master" of all the stories is the same character or not,
    though it hardly matters. Wood has a penchant for clever, often highly
    detailed descriptive passages, and very little escapes his notice. Here
    is an example from the beginning of "Sharing Lucy:" "On
    the day, Lucy signed at a reception desk in the lobby on the ground
    floor. The company owned the building. She was issued the familiar
    security pass that permitted her to swipe the polished brass elevator
    and select the 27th floor. At these heights the furnishings underwent a
    transformation. The wall paneling and furniture and the scale of the
    place were all meticulously designed. They suggested taste and wisdom
    and authority, they projected money and influence and power--power,
    perhaps, above all. Up here cubicles did not exist. In this most
    expensive of real estate she was met with an open hall, a space leading
    to closed private doors." But perhaps the finest element of these
    stories--the thing that sets them apart from so many inferior,
    similarly-plotted mediocrities--is the profoundly sympathetic
    exploration of their heroines' inner worlds, their thoughts and
    feelings. Here is the eponymous Lucy, briefly reflecting on her sexual
    memories: "Her mind fluttered back to other earlier times when
    she'd been so completely and utterly used--anonymity and debauchery
    still sat like fresh tastes upon her tongue. Such memories would invade
    her waking moments and fill her nights with dreams. The pleasure in the
    surrender! The pleasure in being consumed!" Yes! The pleasure of
    being consumed! That perfectly sums up the experience of reading this
    superb story. Recommended.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2012

    Surprisingly tender (romantic, even??) for a hardcore submission

    Surprisingly tender (romantic, even??) for a hardcore submission scene. Loved the very end.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2012

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