When Mephisto’s friend Clayton is called out of town on business, he agrees to look after his slave for the week. But Molly isn’t your average slave. She and Clayton share a serious, full time dynamic. Mephisto feels a weight of responsibility he isn’t used to, and worse, an intense attraction to Molly, the partner of his friend.
Mephisto is determined to sublimate his inappropriate desires and provide a challenging and instructive week for the devoted slave. He subjects Molly to orgasm denial, speech restriction, scenes of erotic torment, even an orgy where she is made to service his friends. Along the way, he experiences unfamiliar jealousy, and deep cravings to possess her himself.
Throughout the week, he is also haunted by persistent questions. Is she happy being a 24/7 slave? Or is there another Molly trapped beneath her submissive, surrendered gaze?
If you've read Club Mephisto, you know this story from Molly's perspective. Now, prepare to relive the experience from Mephisto's point of view...
Publisher's Note: this 32K-word erotic novella depicts "total power exchange" relationships that some readers may find objectionable, as well as sado-masochism, objectification, orgasm denial and speech restriction, caging, anal play and double penetration, BDSM punishment and discipline, M/f, M/m/f, M/m, orgy and group sexual encounters, and voyeurism. This is a retelling of the book Club Mephisto from the dominant point of view.
Review by Brittany
Molly’s Lips is almost the same as Club Mephisto, book one, except it is in Mephisto’s point of view.
Molly is slave to her Master. One week he has to fly to New York for a business trip, so he decides to lend her to Mephisto to watch over her. Mephisto is only glad to help him out, only because he’s had feelings for Molly for the longest time.
The week is filled with orgasms, but for Mephisto. There are many nights where she is locked in a cage with a chastity harness on, red welts on her tiny, curvaceous a**.
This short novella is, as I said, essentially Club Mephisto, but in Mephisto’s point of view. I normally don’t like these types of stories, as I feel like I’m reading the same story twice. I did LOVE Club Mephisto, but not enough to read it twice. It really did feel like I was reading the same story twice.
It was interesting though, getting inside Mephisto’s head, getting to read about his intimate conversations with Clayton, Molly’s master. You get to really understand what goes on in the head of a fetish club owner and master.
Four stars for Molly’s Lips. I am in love with this series and have already started on Burn for You, the last book in the series. I am once again in love, reading all through the day.
About Annabel Joseph
Annabel Joseph is a NYT and USA Today bestselling BDSM erotic romance author. She writes mainly contemporary romance, although she has been known to dabble in the medieval and Regency eras. She is recognized for writing emotionally intense BDSM storylines, and strives to create characters that seem real--even flawed--so readers are better able to relate to them.
Annabel publishes with Ellora's Cave and Loose Id in addition to her own imprint, Scarlet Rose Press. She also writes non-BDSM erotic romance under the name Molly Joseph. You can sign up to receive Annabel's newsletter here: http://wordpress.us7.list-manage.com/...
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