Review: Make Me by Megan Slayer

Make Me by Megan Slayer
Release Date:  November 29,2012
Publisher:  Changeling Press
Pages:  17
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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Dixie wanted out of the daily rut and a night to reconnect with her husband. What she got went far beyond her wildest dreams. Who knew a Tuesday night could be so white hot?

A crop, some rope, a sweet little plug… just what she wants, and all she had to say was “Make me.”

 

Review: I’m a sucker for a rekindled marriage story because love is more than the exciting first coming together when you met and marry. It’s keeping the slow burn alive long after the I do’s have been said, and that’s no easy job. A fact Dixie and Zeke have discovered after ten years plus together.

Exhausted from teaching, choirs, and other draining day to day activities, Dixie is missing the wicked rounds of sex she and Zeke used to have.  Then a present is given along with a choice. Wear  the gift he’s offered and submit, or decline and leave the box on the table..  With the champagne  pearls,   Dixie’s always dreamed of in hand, and her non existent sex drive jump started, the answer is a no brainer.

Tall, dark, and dominating, Zeke demands submission and delivers pleasure with a side of pain. This steamy short is a window into the BDSM lifestyle, sure to get your motor running.

 






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