Laid Bare (Masked Emotions: Book 3) A Sample (Part 1: A Darker Dom, page 1 of 1)

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The following is taken from Laid Bare (Masked Emotions: Book 3), a BDSM Erotic Romance by V.E. Campudoni. The book in its entirety is available from Amazon:

The Grand Mistress of the Master's Society arrives to make sure that Enzio can still perform as a Dom after allowing himself to become emotionally involved with a client, as well as feeding into a stalker's obsession. Daring her to doubt him, with his voice low and coarse, Enzio instructs the Grand Mistress in a game he has chosen just for her, showing her a much darker Dom.

Revenge may be a dish best served cold, but Enzio serves it up hot…very hot after learning that Lana has been abused by her boyfriend, Jayce Harrison. Discovering that Jayce's father is a member of The Looking Glass, Enzio plans a very special surprise for the man's wife.


The Grand Mistress was silent for a moment. "Stalkers are an unfortunate side effect in this profession," she finally said, "And as for this Lana person, I can relate to being in love with a person you can't be with, but all in all, Enzio's actions led him to this situation and he needs to prove himself if he wishes to remain in the Master's Society."

Rachel raised an eyebrow, "I don't understand, Grand Mistress."

"Then allow me to be frank!" she shouted, "If he is unable to perform his duties as a Dom or a Master, then as much as it pains me to do it, I will be forced to remove him from the Society."

"No, Grand Mistress, it would crush him!" Rachel begged, "He loves being a Dom. You even said yourself that he was the best young Dom you have ever seen."

"Indeed, I did," she sighed, "But these recent events have me thinking otherwise, and I won't lie to you, Mistress Rachel. The majority of Mistresses and Masters who have been attacked by their obsessive slaves do not practice ever again. I need to make sure that he can, and if he can't, then he never will."

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