No Restraint (Sypricon Masters Book 3)
By Sara Brookes
Walker exposes the dark secrets of Kegan's soul. Taking her further, and deeper than she's ever been before, Walker is certain it won't be long until he shows Kegan how unrestrained submission can heal her damaged heart.
Kegan struggles with the intense scrutiny of the public eye. The demand of competing on the Aeronautical Racing Circuit means she has to tuck away her lifestyle choices, and put her racing first. But when she'd forced to take a break, she heads straight to Tawse, a BDSM club where no one cares about her fame and fortune.
Walker knows something is special about the gorgeous hot-shot racer the moment she steps through the club's doors. Something about the woman draws him in, and makes him yearn to have her under his command. A Master of his craft, Walker exposes the dark secrets of Kegan's soul. Taking her further, and deeper than she's ever been before, Walker is certain it won't be long until he shows Kegan how unrestrained submission can heal her damaged heart.
Warning: A hot-shot female racer gets a lesson in forced orgasms by a Dom who doesn't care she's racing royalty. He knows what she needs and is prepared to give it to her over and over and over. Strap into those harnesses, things are about to go supernova.
No Restraint is an erotic romance short story previously published in 2011 & is intended for mature audiences.
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