A term of service to the Trust. Reduced to chattel of a powerful organization of elites.
Her body no longer her own. Months of submission, training, obedience … bliss.
It had been her idea, this fulfillment of a deep-seated submissive fantasy -- but sometimes fantasies are best left to the realm of the imaginary.
What if the danger of the reality proves to be too terrifyingly intense, too much for even the most adventurous soul?
Beginning her Term, Breanna discovers that she's wholly unprepared for what's expected of those women who choose to put themselves into service to the Trust. Secure in the clutches of the cruel, exacting head groom Lino, her husband, and their friend Derek, Breanna begins to learn just what a Term of service really means.
Taught rules, consequences, and obedience, Breanna is unprepared to learn something else -- how far she's prepared to go to explore her deepest, darkest sexual needs. Needs she didn't even know she had...
PLEASE NOTE: This is Part II of a planned five part serialized novel, to be released at four week intervals. You will need to read Part I before reading Part III. For those who would rather follow along in real time, this novel's serialization is being published -- for free -- in mini-installments on the group blog romancingthekink.com.
Publisher's Warning: Intended for mature readers. 18 and over only!
This BDSM book contains the following acts or themes: D/s, corporal punishment, TPE, bondage, exhibitionism, objectification, humiliation, ponyplay.
MFM menage BDSM erotica. There is no sexual interaction between the males in this story.
Trent Evans is an independent author of BDSM erotic romance and erotica. Putting pen to paper since he was a wee lad, he decided to try to share some of the tales cooked up in his fevered imagination. Some readers might not be horrified at what he writes. He tries to write stories that appeal to both women and men (wow, threading the needle), but will follow wherever the story takes him.
A long-time resident of the Pacific Northwest, the author believes that the high percentage of authors in the region (compared to the nation as a whole) is chiefly due to the fact that it's so damned wet and miserable all the time there. They tend to use their long hours cooped up inside weaving tales that depict things they'll never see nor experience -- such as sunshine.