Title: The Prize
A night to remember…
When she shows up at the prestigious Vivant Club to claim her raffle prize of one month’s free membership, Jessie Barnett doesn’t know what to expect. She’s trembling as she enters, but her inner submissive is dancing for joy, and nothing is going to stop her from claiming what she has won.
Jessie is no stranger to the BDSM scene, but this is a new club, a new city, she knows no one and has no idea what to expect. That’s all right, though, as it turns out the two powerful Doms who are hers for the evening have no doubt at all what they require from her—complete surrender, on her knees.
Jessie is happy to comply. This is what she came here in search of. But will one evening’s pleasure, however intense, however delightfully tinged with exquisite pain, be enough? Once she has submitted to them totally, will Mark and Greg see their business with her as having been concluded? Or is there more to be won, a greater prize, hovering just beyond her reach?
Author: Ashe Barker
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: The Darkening, Darkening, Darker, Darkest
Published by Totally Bound Source: Publisher
Published: January 10th 2017
Pages: 50 pages
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The Prize is a very short story depicting one night where Jessie claims a raffle prize to an exclusive BDSM club. Jessie hasn’t lived in London long and hopes her night with two Dom’s she’s won, leads to more fun nights at the club!
She’s not new to the BDSM scene and hopes to fill the void she’s been missing since moving. Her Dom’s for the night, Mark and Greg, have been billed as some of the best around. She craves submitting to them and hopes they enjoy her just the same.
This story is told from Jessie’s POV and I enjoyed it! Ashe Barker has a way of setting the mood so you truly feel what’s going on with the characters. You could feel her being nervous, but excited too!
The Dom’s seemed happy enough to oblige the raffle winner of her prize-them. And although you can draw certain assumptions from their actions, I never truly got a good feel for their character. Mark was billed as the stricter of the two and he seemed very removed from the scene unfolding-so much so Jessie questions whether he even likes her. Greg seemed warmer and much more in tune with Jessie and her feelings. The sex was good, but nothing jaw-dropping. As this is just the first time the threesome is together, so I would like to see where it would go.
For something quick to read with just the right amount of spice, The Prize fits that bill nicely!