Two lost souls, one powerful connection. As a Dom for Club Moon, Nick Santos uses bondage to alleviate his anger at being forcefully changed. And when he meets Gwen Waters, his carefully controlled world is turned upside-down. Through her, he'll learn what true self-control is and that being a vampire has its benefits.
Freshly divorced from an abusive ex-husband, Gwen doesn't want another domineering man. But when she meets Nick, a world she only fantasized about is laid before her. Can she trust a Dom who's also a vampire? And can Nick be the man she deserves?
Gwen dating a Dom amuses Beth to no end. She finds it ironic that someone so sexually repressed would go for such a man. But Gwen has always been full of surprises. And Beth is in for the biggest surprise of all...
“You’re seeing Nick tonight, right?”
“Yes.” Gwen smiled as she took a sip of coffee. “My blushing amuses him.”
Beth nodded wryly. “It is your thing.”
“He doesn’t pressure me.” Gwen glanced over at Beth. “I’m still hesitant, but I don’t feel as if he’ll laugh at what I say.”
“That’s great.” Beth turned mischievous. “Is he a decent kisser?” Pink tinted Gwen’s face. “That good, huh?”
“Oh, yeah,” Gwen replied playfully. “And here’s something to amuse you. Nick runs a fetish club.”
Beth stared for a moment before laughing. “That is fucking awesome! Miss Red Cheeks with a Dom. I couldn’t ask for a lovelier gift.”
Gwen shook her head. “I knew you’d find it funny.”
“What’s the name of the club?”
It took a moment before Gwen remembered. “Club Moon.”
Again, Beth stared at her. “Seriously? You’re sure?”
“Yes, why?” Nervousness crept into Gwen. “Is that a bad thing?”
Beth shook her head. “No, that’s really fucking cool. My friends in the kink community talk about Club Moon and how renowned it is.”
“How much do you know?” Gwen asked.
“It’s run by three guys who are selective about who they admit.” Beth clasped her hands together with a grin. “And you dating Nick is fabulous. The club has a gothic theme; maybe you can get me in.”
Gwen laughed. “Let me get through the door first.”