Club Mephisto (Club Mephisto #1)
When Master’s business calls him away , Molly is left in the care of Mephisto, the owner of a thriving local BDSM club. Molly is both excited and scared to be given over to Master Mephisto. His power and mysterious intensity have long compelled her from afar. Molly finds herself immersed in a... show more
When Master’s business calls him away , Molly is left in the care of Mephisto, the owner of a thriving local BDSM club. Molly is both excited and scared to be given over to Master Mephisto. His power and mysterious intensity have long compelled her from afar. Molly finds herself immersed in a world of strict commands, pervasive sex, and creative torments. Over the course of a week, Mephisto strips away privileges Molly took for granted, and forces her to understand and acknowledge the depths to which she can be made to submit. But a surprising conversation the last day threatens Molly’s worldview, as does the strange closeness that develops between them. As the time of Master’s return draws near, Molly finds herself deeply and inexorably changed. Publisher's Note: this BDSM fantasy novel depicts "total power exchange" relationships that some readers may find objectionable. This work contains acts of objectification, orgasm denial and speech restriction, caging, anal play and double penetration, BDSM punishment and discipline, M/f, M/m/f, M/m, orgy and group sexual encounters, voyeurism, and limited circumstances of dubious consent.
Publish date: December 12th 2010
Pages no: 136
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, M M Romance
, M M F
Series: Club Mephisto (#1)
I got this as a recommendation from another author who writes in the same genre. While, I thought this was a good book, it doesn't stand a chance against of the best in the business. While the main character is a willing slave, it can be pretty intense in some of the scenes. It is not for the fai...
Probably 4 stars for others, but I had some trouble getting into this one. But heard good things about Burn for You, so maybe it (along with Mephisto's POV in Molly’s Lips will help put the characters into better perspective (I hope).
Beautifully written, of course, Ms. Joseph never fails to deliver in that area, but thus wasn't one of my favorites