Subterfudge

Subterfudge

5.0 1
by Normandie Alleman
     
 

When Ashley’s Master requests she cook for him, he finds out the lengths a truly naughty girl will go to for love in the kitchen.

When Roger asks his live-in sub Ashley to learn to cook she eagerly agrees, assuming it’s going to be a breeze. After all, she’s a bright, accomplished woman with a successful career—how hard can

…  See more details below

Overview

When Ashley’s Master requests she cook for him, he finds out the lengths a truly naughty girl will go to for love in the kitchen.

When Roger asks his live-in sub Ashley to learn to cook she eagerly agrees, assuming it’s going to be a breeze. After all, she’s a bright, accomplished woman with a successful career—how hard can it be to prepare some food?

Once she’s up to her ears in cocoa and flour, Ashley realises cooking is more complicated than it looks. Finding ways to shortcut the process, Ashley dupes Roger into believing she’s a diva in the kitchen. But when he finds out she’s not the chef of his dreams, will he serve up a punishment fit for a saucy sub or will their relationship go up in flames?

Reader Advisory: This book contains anal sex, rimming and food play.

Publisher's Note This story has been previously released as part of the Whip It Up anthology by Totally Bound Publishing.

Read More

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781781848357
Publisher:
Totally Bound Publishing
Publication date:
11/29/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
49
Sales rank:
679,392
File size:
216 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Related Subjects

Read an Excerpt

Ashley snuggled down under the lofty comforter. Sunlight floated in lazily through the bedroom window, the yellow light blending with the cream-coloured walls of the old Victorian tenement. Lounging around on Sunday mornings, curled up in her Egyptian cotton bed sheets, was when she felt the most cosy and secure.

She and Roger shared the newspaper—he read the business and sports pages, while she perused the comics and the lifestyle section.

Ashley sipped her coffee daintily. She pretended to be reading an article about the latest colour trends, but took a sly peek over the top of the paper to observe the man she loved. He sat next to her, reading. That broad, muscular chest, those deep blue eyes…he was everything she could want in a man. Watching him caused her heart to skip a beat.

But lately, Roger had been acting a bit off. What is with him? He seems restless. Wonder what it is…

Roger’s coffee mug made a clinking noise when he set it on the bedside table. “Darling,” Roger said, looking up from his newspaper, “I’d like you to learn to cook.”

“Cook? Me?” She arched an eyebrow in his general direction without completely turning her head.

Out of the corner of her eye she saw Roger give her that benevolent, indulgent grin she loved so much. The one that told her he adored her. She softened.

“Yes, you know? Cook. Prepare food,” he teased, running his hand through her hair, mussing it up. He winked at her. It made her insides go all mushy, and she felt a tingle of delight between her legs.

Ashley hesitated, but only for a moment. “All right.” She had never tried cooking before. This was unchartered territory for her. She hated to admit it, but she felt uncomfortable with something so foreign to her. What if she was a flop?

But a sub’s job was to make her Master happy. To comply with his requests, to serve him. So she agreed. Anyway, lots of women do it. How complicated can it be?

Read More

Meet the Author

One day Normandie saw an interview with author Stephanie Meyer, in which Stephanie said that idea for her book, Twilight, came to her in a dream. Normandie determined that she needed to write down her next really good dream. Little did she know that vow would lead her to a career writing erotic fiction.

When she's not writing, Normandie has a busy life with a large family that relies on her. "There's always lots to do. I love to cook and bake, and I make a lot ? big batches. My husband is an athlete and the boys are too. So they all eat a lot! There's never a dull moment at our house. Writing is my escape. I sit down with the dog and write while my kids are at school."

Normandie is married to her true love. She appreciates his ability to give her the male perspective on romance. "My husband is probably more romantic than I am, but he's also a real alpha male. That's a great combination that inspires me and keeps me on my toes!"

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Write a Review

and post it to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews >