Beach Master

Beach Bums Anthology Vol. 1 13

Etopia Press

Heat Rating: Scorching
Word Count: 11,427
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A sexy island paradise, a strong dominant lover… what more could a frigid girl want?

Berni Fellowes’s has a problem. She just doesn’t get all the hoopla about sex. When her fiancé sends her to a secluded, tropical island to meet the Beach Master, a Dom who can teach her to be more orgasmic, she decides the tall, seductive stranger is more interested in setting up her hammock than dominating her.

David needs a partner who can stand up for herself, not this woman who’s afraid of her own desires. But once Berni finds her voice and demands what she wants, all David has left to do is make her his own. There’s just that one little matter of her fiancé…

Beach Master
3 Ratings (3.0)

Beach Master

Beach Bums Anthology Vol. 1 13

Etopia Press

Heat Rating: Scorching
Word Count: 11,427
3 Ratings (3.0)
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She walked toward him slowly. “What exactly does that contract say you’re supposed to do while I’m here?”

He smiled. “Just now getting curious?”

“I’d like to know what I can demand of you.”

“Demands.” His grin grew wider. “I like the sound of that.”

She went up to him until she could stare into his face. “So, tell me. What did Charles pay you to do?”

“I’m supposed to make you more orgasmic,” he answered. “I get to choose how.”

“I don’t think a picnic lunch would accomplish that, do you?”

“Depends.”

“On what?”

“On where I put the dessert.” He leaned over to whisper into her ear. “Or how I lick it off.”

A shiver went through her. “What kind of dessert?”

“I don’t know. I haven’t made it yet.”

Oh, for pity’s sake. She pushed at his chest. “You have to be the world’s worst sex therapist.”

“Make me do my job,” he said. “Tell me what you want.”

“I will.” She crossed her arms over her chest. “Let me think for a minute.”

“Don’t think about it. You know what you want.”

She did too, but somehow the words wouldn’t form. The heroine of her book had managed, despite her innocence and in the face of the morality of the time period. If a nineteenth century virgin could do that, a liberated modern woman could too…

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