Safeword by Candace Blevins

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Matte, pronounced mah-tay, is the word used in some forms of martial arts to stop a fight. It’s the Japanese word for stop or wait. Sam (short for Samantha) has made a hobby out of learning the various fighting disciplines, but she also happens to be a sexual submissive. What better safeword than matte?

Sam wants to find someone to submit to who she can’t beat in a fight. She’s tried to make it work with men from the scene who know nothing about fighting, but it doesn’t feel real to her – she needs someone who can truly control her. However, after dating from the fight scene and discovering not all guys like to spank their girlfriends, she’s decided to just back away from the whole dating thing for a while… until Fate decides to step in.

Warning: This title contains graphic language, consensual BDSM, bondage, and use of toys including crops, clamps, canes, and floggers.

About Candace Blevins

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Published March 1, 2012 by Excessica. 156 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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This was BDSM to the extreme – not just whips, chains, hand-cuffs, floggers – a total different BDSM that shows a true masochist and a true sadist at it’s best.

Jan 11 2013 | Read Full Review of Safeword: Matte

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