This week in bondage: Red Ribbon

Red Ribbon is my second foray into contemporary BDSM. Marcus and Elizabeth are college friends who meet again in relation to a shared interest in BDSM.

I was nervous to write BDSM contemporary for Ellora’s Cave’s Taboo line, which houses some of my own all time favorite BDSM books, but this story is one of my favorites, because it shows how being vulnerable and open can lead to a powerful relationship full of trust.

Red Ribbon

Running into an old friend isn’t a big deal, unless you’re attending a BDSM mixer. When Liz, a woman who has it all—except a sex life—sees college pal Mark in the parking lot, she brushes off her embarrassment and agrees to go out for coffee to catch up.

Mark assumes Liz is a Domme, but when she reveals her red ribbon—a ribbon identifying her as a sub—he has to have her. He makes her complete a sex checklist that lists every toy, kink, position and taboo he might do to her, on her or with her.

Though desperate for this relationship to work, Liz cannot fully accept her desires or bring herself to submit passively. She wants Mark to master her, to dominate her. Mark is delighted by the way she challenges him, and with one touch, he knows she’s his perfect sexual match.

Now they face their greatest challenge yet, that forbidden territory that lies outside the bedroom… Dating.

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4 Responses to “This week in bondage: Red Ribbon”

  1. Mary Preston Says:

    Love the title. Love the cover. Love the blurb.

  2. This was by far, one of my fav books of yours (ok, so I have many). Loved it!!!! I never would have known you were squeamish about writing this genre – never showed!!!

  3. What a great excerpt. I love the cover too. I have just added that book to my TBR list. Woo hoo!

  4. Margie Hager Says:

    I loved this book! Keep ’em coming, please.

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