Has Gemma met a man she can submit to? Taken out on a surprise date by her boss, the intern is deciding how far to take things.
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An earnest expression slipped over his face. An unfaltering confidence—this was a man used to achieving his goals. I gulped and examined my shoes. Part of me still wanted the floor to swallow me up, however, my libido thought differently and she won.
Oh yes, fuck me please!
Then, much to my surprise, that other part of me shouted from where I had buried her: spank me, tie me up, make me do whatever you like. She had awoken, and I’d no idea how to tame her or put her back to sleep. Yes, the moment had come—I was going to live again.
My answer was simple. “Yes, please,” I said mouse-like. “I think I would like that.”
As we were driven through the darkness, out of the city to the perimeter of the suburbs, the evening drew to an end. The landscape was opened up—gone the omnipresent city lights, and in their place, picturesque villages chained together by an extensive commuting network. The car drove through a set of iron gates that automatically swung open as we sped past a small gatehouse. Down a tree-lined driveway, which seemed a quarter of a mile long. The Jaguar halted outside a house. No, a mansion. Outwardly, possibly Victorian: a hundred or so years old. Built with stone blocks and gothic arches chiselled above the windows. Ivy grew up around the decoratively carved porch, which housed the recessed oak door—an imposing entrance, rather like a castle’s.
We’d travelled in an interminable oppressive silence and I’d waited for him to interrupt the strange stillness. Neither of us had done the deed though. Both of us had shunned speech as if it might ruin the occasion. Would he back out of the arrangement or would my blabbering mouth blurt out something inappropriate? My hands shook with anticipation and I couldn’t bring myself to glance at my fellow passenger. Nothing transpired between us and the bizarreness of the situation wasn’t lost on me.
How could I be here with a strikingly handsome man and not be talking? Was I making a mistake? Usually, I arranged to contact someone if I went out with a man for the first time or at least leave details of where I was going. Nobody knew I was with Mr Lucas. However, how could I walk away from the situation with my head held high and my sanity in place? Then the realisation stuck me, I didn’t want to. My sexual reawakening needed completion; I had to trust my instincts. For most of my life, those vibes had served me well. The car halted and Jason Lucas climbed out with graceful ease while I shuffled over to the opened door. His calming hand appeared and collected my trembling one.
What happens when a kink loving woman has to come to terms with a traumatic episode in her life? Can the broken submissive learn to trust again?
When Gemma Marshall resigns from a good job to work as a lowly intern in the heart of the City of London, immediately, the elusive company boss, Jason Lucas, seduces her.
Following a whirlwind of weekend trysts at his country mansion, Jason’s need to dominate her re-awakens her terrifying nightmares and leads to revelations from both of them. What Jason seeks is an enduring relationship which means Gemma, if she wishes to win his heart and soul, has to return to the extraordinary life she’d left behind.
Can Gemma survive another relationship with an alluring master of the bedroom or will she finally turn her back on her natural desires?
Their passionate and highly erotic affair reaches crisis point when her ex-lover hunts her down, seeking retribution.
To Know You is a fictional account of two people who begin a journey together. It is a complete story. Both characters are sexy and know what they want. Neither are novices, neither expect love in their relationship. One takes control and the other yields. In the bedroom, there are the erotic scenes of BDSM, discipline and romance. The dynamic can be intoxicating—and dangerous.
Trust is key. Communicating trust. Building trust and maintaining integrity. And love? It’s not always about love – until Gemma meets Jason.