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Excerpt Reveal: Dominate Me by Stacey Lynn

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Dominate Me by Stacey Lynn
Publication Date: January 16th, 2017
Publisher: Carina Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance

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Synopsis:

Welcome to Luminous: where your pleasure is our purpose. Fan-favorite author Stacey Lynn tantalizes readers with a sensual new series.

Haley

The first time I felt Master Jensen’s presence beside me, I knew he would be the one to show me all the kinky pleasures of Luminous.

That I would give my body to him. Begin my journey to sexual freedom at his feet.

But when I dared raise my eyes to his, I saw he would get a part of me no man had had before: my trust.

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Good Booze, Good Friends

I didn't even realize #angryorchard was #glutenfree pretty cool.There’s something about finding an alcohol that you like.

Then looking and realizing you can suggest it to almost any friend, because it’s also gluten-free.

And only noticing because you’re looking for the alcoholic content, and realizing that might be why you feel a little loopy.

Yes, I’m completely a lightweight when it comes to alcohol.

One For the Road

Time to write the newsletter and enjoy the rest of my evening.

“Just one more drink,” she kept telling them. “I can stop at just one. I promise.”

Her friends had heard that tale before, and they weren’t about to fall for it again. They weren’t stupid. Not anymore. No longer will they fall for her lines of supposed sobriety. No, this time, they were taking a stand.

She hadn’t always been a drunk. Her friends could remember when she was fun and happy-go-lucky, and always there when they needed her. This was their chance to give back to her, and make her feel sheltered and protected.

She needed help. She knew she needed it. Everyone knew it, but she was scared. Who wouldn’t be scared in that situation? She just had to take that big first step.

She looked at the glass in her hand. The dark red of the wine called to her. “Drink me,” she could swear it kept saying to her. “Drink me, and you’ll feel no more pain. Drink me and all of your problems go away.”

She dropped the glass, watching as it fell, seemingly in slow motion, straight to the ground. The wine splashed out as the glass shattered. The base. Then the stem. Finally the goblet part. The glass shards were spread across the floor, the beads and splatters of wine making it look like a glass murder crime scene.

She laughed at the thought. A real and true laugh. The spell of the alcohol had momentarily been broken. For now, she was free, and ready to accept the help.

“Someone, please. Help me. I need help.”