- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- November 2014
- Book 3 of The Spectrum Auctions
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Ménage and More: Erotic Older Hero Consensual BDSM Ménage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, flogging, paddling, cropping, knife play, sex toys, HEA for M/F]
Peyton King had a simple plan. Sign up for the Spectrum Auctions and finally get the story that will get her the promotion she craves.
It's just her luck that the person who wins her is Pedro Hernandez. The Spanish Dom has been starring in her erotic dreams ever since they first butted heads in her professional life, and he proves impossible to resist, if downright scary.
The sadist in Pedro is looking forward to teaching the prickly reporter a lesson or two. However, when Peyton turns out to be a masochist her instinctive responses floor the experienced Dom. Maybe it's just his age catching up with him, but this young reporter gets under his skin like no other sub ever has, and their play smashes through both of their emotional defences in record time.
When their relationship is put to the test, Pedro has to decide if he can trust his pequeñita.
She is a reporter after all…
May 18, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
113 people found the following review helpful
"It had seemed so simple on paper. What better way to get behind the scenes of Club Spectrum, than to sign up for the Auctions?" What could possibly go wrong? Peyton King will find out when Pedro Hernandez bids on her and wins in book 3 of The Spectrum Auctions series, AUCTIONED TO THE SPANISH DOM.
All for a story, right?
Oh boy, is this story yummy. And I have to join the ranks of other readers when I say that Master Pedro is probably my favorite dom in this series. #TeamPedro.
Likes: E V E R Y T H I N G. To be specific, the chemistry created between Pedro and Peyton is off the charts and what kept me tapping those pages. I felt a bit like a fly on the wall as Pedro drew out Peyton's submissive side and introduced her to the pleasures only he could offer.
If you enjoy BDSM stories that are heavy on relationship building, then you definitely want to give The Spectrum Auctions series a go and the good thing about them is that the stories are standalone and really don't need to be read in any particular order. But, I will warn, much like all good things, you won't be able to stop at only one book.
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