Slow Break (Sypricon Masters Book 4)
By Sara Brookes
Their relationship isn't confined to Dom and sub. Or the walls of the club. Both men want more. Much, much more. So, Denton does the only thing his instincts as a Dom tell him to do. After all, some men, like rules, are meant to be broken.
Jack thought he made the right choice to walk away from Tawse. And the only man he ever cared for. But a life-altering tragedy has shown him the error of his ways. Determined to make amends, Jack is more than prepared to kneel before the Dom he left abruptly. Even if that means submitting to another Master to prove his love.
Denton is bound by rules. Jack's membership has been terminated, and prevents him from returning. But their relationship isn't confined to Dom and sub. Or the walls of the BDSM club. Both men want more. Much, much more. So, Denton does the only thing his instincts as a Dom tell him to do. After all, some men, like rules, are meant to be broken.
Warning: A cautionary tale of a sub who acted poorly and returns, begging for redemption from his Master. Punishment ensues in the form of a submissive offering himself to multiple Doms, submissives flogging submissives, gay sex on a spanking bench and one of the most heart wrenching reunions you'll ever encounter.
Slow Break is an erotic romance short story previously published in 2011 & is intended for mature audiences.
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