Tuesday, February 2, 2016

BDSM and the Law, Ask a Masochist, and more on the PAIN SLUT blog tour!

Hi all! Happy Groundhog Day.

Pain Slut (The Subs Club #2) is now available for purchase from all major distributors. You can buy from RiptideBarnes & Noble, Kobo, Amazon, and AllRomanceAnd if you'd like a chance to win two of my backlist titles and a $10 gift card, you can comment on any/all of the posts on the Pain Slut blog tour!

This tour covers lots of Subs Club-related topics, from BDSM and U.S. law to how we define "hardcore" kink, to the new characters introduced in Pain Slut. I'd love to have you stop by! And over the next few weeks, I'll be offering some sneak peaks here on the blog of The Subs Club #3, Manties in a Twist.



About Pain Slut

Honestly, I’m ready to take a step back from the Subs Club. Making the kink world a safer place for subs is the sort of bandwagon I’d have boarded as an idealist in my early twenties, but now I’m a pragmatist in my late twenties. I prefer to focus on adopting and raising a child.But unexpected factors inevitably derail my plans. Like Drix Seger—attractive and the first genuine sadist I’ve encountered. If I were not in the process of renouncing my masochistic ways and becoming the normal, responsible potential father the adoption agency wants to see, Drix and I might do well together.

But he has a foolish name and belongs to a cult of vampyres, and I am quitting kink. So why does Drix’s infatuation with blood and biting make me so hot I can’t think straight? And why, when he looks at me, does he seem to see something beyond a basket case with a stick up my ass?


Can I start a new phase in my life without leaving part of myself behind? Please send help.
—Miles

About The Subs Club Series

After the death of their friend Hal at the hands of an irresponsible dom, submissive friends Dave, Kamen, Miles, and Gould band together to form the Subs Club—an organization seeking to expose dangerous local doms. The club slowly evolves as romances blossom, loyalties are tested, and tensions mount in a community already struggling for unity in the wake of Hal’s death.
From domestic discipline to knife play to fashion paraphilia, and from family drama to new jobs to first loves, the members of the Subs Club explore life’s kinks inside and outside of the bedroom as they attempt to let go of the past and move forward.

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