Laid Bare (Masked Emotions: Book 3) A Sample (Part 2: The Grand Mistress, 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:

"Hello, Grand Mistress Montenegro," she quickly answered, "How can I help you?"

"I understand that Dom Enzio is coming home today?" she asked.

"Yes, he should be home in a couple of hours."

"Good. Please inform him that I will be arriving tomorrow evening and would like to observe one of his sessions," she commanded.

Rachel raised an eyebrow. "But Grand Mistress," she sighed, "He just got out of the hospital and will need time to recover."

"He had almost three months to recover in the hospital," she snapped. "It was a situation that occurred because of an obsession he had with one of his slaves, is that correct?"

"No, Grand Mistress," Rachel snapped.

"Then elaborate for me!" Grand Mistress Montenegro screamed.

Rachel explained the entire situation to her from the very beginning. She told her about Lana, who she was to Enzio, the situation leading to his stabbing, and his attacker, Gia Lucco. She told her that Gia was a stalker who was obsessed with Enzio so much that she had integrated herself into his life.

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."

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