Clarissa Levinson's boyfriend has asked for a very unusual birthday present this year. He wants her to fulfill three wishes, and all of them require Clarissa to push her own personal boundaries and become the boss not just at work, but in the bedroom as well. His kinky demands initially make her nervous, but the more she gives him what he wants, the weaker her inhibitions become. In fact, she's starting to really like being the one in charge. Who knew domination could be so much fun?
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|Title of Romance eBook: Giving|
|Release Date: 12-30-2010|
|Publisher: Ellora's Cave|
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An Excerpt From: GIVING
Copyright © CHARLOTTE STEIN, 2010
All Rights Reserved, Ellora's Cave Publishing, Inc.
“Are you shocked?” he asked. His voice sounded dry, like it was desperate to gulp right in the middle of the sentence.
“I don’t think shocked is the word for it.”
It was true. It wasn’t. Instead, she had to press her thighs together against the rising tide of feeling. Sweet tingles threaded through her body, tightening her nipples and swelling her sex as they went.
“Is disturbed the word for it?”
She had to laugh at that. He always thought the worst of all the things he wanted. Like he shouldn’t take that extra slice of pie, and if he did, people would think he was greedy and disgusting. Like he shouldn’t tell people he liked watching figure skating, because they would think he was weird and unmanly. Like he shouldn’t confess things he’d been feeling ever since he caught his first girlfriend being spanked by another man and all he could think was—
I wish I was the one being spanked.
She knew what he thought. She’d seen it in the flush all over his cheeks and the nervous stammering and the questions he didn’t need to ask, like—Do you think girls leave guys because they know that secretly the guy is kind of soft inside?
But how do you reassure someone about something so simultaneously complex and ridiculously simple? None of the things on the list even remotely suggested a softness about him. They were largely mean, cruel sorts of things that took all kinds of strength to endure or admit to.
Yet the fact...