K is for..‪.‬

Standalone Billionaire Club Romance

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Publisher Description

K is for kidnapping.


Oliver Sanz is intrigued by the opportunity his BDSM club’s new checklist game presents. Assigned to the letter K, he gets to kidnap the lovely submissive Kumiko. One weekend together with a list of items and then they’ll part ways.


Kumiko Ito is annoyed that she doesn’t know who her Dom is, but she knows she doesn’t want to play a game. Her once carefully planned life is in turmoil and she needs a serious Dom to help her get out of her head. A new partner, and a new game, might be one change too many.


The first time they touch Kumi realizes there’s a problem—Oliver is the kind of man she could fall in love with, but he doesn’t believe in mixing BDSM and romance. How can she avoid falling in love, and in lust, with a Dom so strict he makes the kidnapping seem like the sexiest thing to ever happen to her.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2020
January 21
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
216
Pages
PUBLISHER
Farm Boy Press
SELLER
Farm Boy Press
SIZE
2.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Dangrdonna ,

K is an interesting letter

What a hot and quick read! At least it was quick for me since I had a difficult time putting this down. This BSDM story is interesting since the club that Master S and Kumi belong to have decided to mix up things by challenging their members. Each master pulls a sub and a letter. Their scene is based on that letter. Oliver(master S) pulls letter K. He plans his time with Kumi and has everything perfect. When he adds her in, things don’t necessarily go his way. Even though she’s a sub, she is smart as a whip and has a mouth to match. She compliments him perfectly. This gets deeper than I expected but was so pleased with how they opened up to each other. This was my first of this series and I loved it!

Contessajj ,

Smoking hot yet thought provoking...

Two strangers thrust into a game, a dark dangerous sensual game. But they will only be together for the weekend of the game, nothing else. Right? Kumiko is vividly described for us, as a submissive and as a a professional complicated woman. Oliver however, is pretty much a mystery. Except for his stuffy, barbaric, bossy ways we don’t get much on him. Their time together is smoking hot, but also makes you think because these characters are so realistic they could be real people. Totally caught up in this tale I couldn’t put it down till the heartbreakingly sweet happily ever after ending.

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