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Tessa Fauns has but one dream: Move to France and never leave.
So when she’s offered the chance to get enough money, while putting her bilingual skills to use, how can she possibly say no?
The fact that it requires her to join a select group of Club Vitalz submissives for a week-long kinkfest in paradise is just the icing on the cake!
Unless, it’s too good to be true…
Despite all of her experience in the BDSM lifestyle, Tessa isn’t prepared for the extravagant activities their mysterious host has planned—nor the clash of unexpected emotions her new temporary Dom awaken inside of her.
Can a lifelong dream be enough to keep this little fox on her leash,
or will the truth behind her Master’s desires have
Tessa rethinking her place on Dark Day Isle altogether?
Cliffhanger warning: This novella is the first in a collection that spans the entire week-long getaway, so the story continues throughout.
“All you need are books to read, music to hear, coffee to consume and gargoyles to watch your back.”
A.C. Melody is a published author of Erotic Romance, covering the sub-genres of Paranormal, Fantasy, Futuristic, BDSM and Contemporary. A lifetime lover of Fairytales, Myths, Legends and ancient pantheons, she always tries to include a little whimsy and humor into all of her novels, no matter how dark. Her greatest joy is unraveling all of the raw layers of her characters and providing the perfect stages in which their voices can be heard by readers. Terrible at keeping things simple, she struggles most with word-count limits, therefore writes a lot of series. Spending more time researching than writing, A.C.’s biggest goal is to provide new, captivating angles on old, favorite tales with very naughty twists and characters that redefine preset expectations.
“Heroes are easy to flesh out. There’s already a universally accepted template in place for them. I would much rather create a villain that seduces the heart and mind with his shoddy attempts at rightness; that you can’t help rooting for, despite his appearance to be a genuine lost cause.”