Fifty Shades of BDSM: Part 2 by Sky Corgan

The second installment in a BDSM billionaire romance series by USA Today bestselling author Sky Corgan

Fifty shades of bdsm: part 2

Melita continues to display reluctance while attending the Napa Valley Body Awareness Resort. Caught between trying to please her fiance and holding onto her moral values, Melita battles an internal debate as to whether or not she can make it through to graduation. Classes have just begun though, and she still has a long way to go.

This is part two of a trilogy.

Genre: FICTION / Erotica / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Erotica

Language: English

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Word Count: 9363

Sample text:

It was hard to believe I had thrown my moral upbringing aside to cooperate in learning about BDSM. Despite the light in which the school portrayed it to be an amazing sexual journey, I still couldn't shake the thought that it was dirty.

As I entered the dining room, I saw all of my classmates sitting together. Mary, the eldest of the group, motioned me over to join them. The other two girls smiled warmly at me as I took the only remaining seat.

“Hi. My name is Wilma,” the modelesque brunette introduced herself. I wasn't sure if I had ever seen a woman more gorgeous. Her dark features were perfectly placed, not too close together, not too far apart. She extended a slender hand, and I shook it gingerly.

“And I'm Xena,” the blonde girl said, mirroring the handshake the other girl had given me.

“Like the warrior princess?” I asked teasingly, and then immediately regretted it. She probably heard that so much she was sick of it.

“That was a bit after my time.” The look she gave me spoke volumes about the contempt she felt for the comment.

“Apologies. I didn't mean to offend you. I'm Melita, by the way.”

“So, you said that your fiancé forced you to come here,” Mary quickly changed the subject.


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