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Whispers From The Edge - cover

Whispers From The Edge

Alexander Kelly

Publisher: Pink Flamingo Media

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Summary

R.J. has doms for breakfast, lunch and dinner and none can deliver the hard edge style of play that she craves. Spencer comes closest, but one night even when he says enough and offers to introduce her to a dom who might, finally, be the one to satisfy her, R.J. feels rejected. Lashing out, R.J. almost tears apart the SM club she frequents. Banished from the club R.J. meets with a mysterious street peddler and next thing she knows she?s transported to a realm where she is now in a different body, the technology is strange and the slavery is real. Captured and enslaved R.J. becomes a pawn in a dangerous power game between the High Priestess, the Chief Scribe and various other competing factions. Now it?s R.J. who must fight to keep up with the demanding slave training and exacting masters and mistresses, all the while trying to maintain her sanity and get home.An SM fantasy tale that includes slave hunting and training, tight leather and rope bondage, strict gags and hoods, intense interrogations, sexual intrigue and a branding.

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