Lessons in Submission: Bound to Obey (Gay, Dominance, Discipline, Pain Play)

Author: S M Partlowe

Publisher: The Red Spot Press

ISBN: 1310279624

Category: Fiction

Page: 22

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Reader Advisory: This story is for mature audiences only and features intensely erotic situations, bdsm play, discipline, pain play, bondage, humiliation, submissiveness and dominance. All characters are 18 or older. It's been three days since Adam arrived at the master's house, but when looking back on them he remembers only a whirlwind of new experiences that overwhelm any sense of time. In only that short period it has fulfilled all the lofty hopes that brought him here, but it has awakened new deeper, secret hopes as well. In quiet moments, he even dares to think that it is special to the master, too, even as experienced and worldly as he is. As together they delve ever deeper into the submissive dominant relationship and push at the boundaries of what Adam thought himself capable of and comfortable with, the promises that they would not become too attached begin to erode. In the heat of the moment – and the moments get very hot indeed – who can say what will be said and what plans may be changed to address these unexpected feelings? Excerpt: He had lowered himself so that he was sitting on my thighs, his skin against mine. His hand rested on my hip as he continued to hold my face towards his with his other hand. It was a symbolic gesture. I could never have looked away now. He was praising me for things I had never known about myself, but now that he had said them and said that he liked them, I couldn't bear the thought of being any other way. So I looked at him, submissive and patient for him to do what he clearly wanted to so badly. He produced a match from his pocket, struck it, and lit the candle before setting it aside on the floor. The clean scent of its smoke infused the air. "Do you trust me, Adam?" he asked. "Yes, Master." "Good," he said. "That's good. Because this isn't something I would do with just anyone." "I trust you, Master," I repeated. But even so, my chest felt tight. He laid a hand on my on the pale, sensitive skin of my stomach. He could feel my slight trembling. He could see the trepidation that, in spite of my need to please and be brave and be open-minded, I could not shut out entirely. "If it becomes too much for you, I want you to tell me," he said. "I want you to say so, alright? I want you to say 'Awry.'" "Awry," I repeated. "This is a safe room," he said, "where two people who trust each other can explore things that they would not do with other people." I watched him, still at a complete loss for what was about to happen. I pulled lightly at my wrists. The bondage I understood. The bondage I liked. But it also made what was coming all the more terrifying, whatever it was. But I was grateful that he was speaking this way with me. It reminded me why I was not, in my conscious mind, afraid.

Kestrel's Lesson In Submission :Lesbian Erotica

(Adults Only Erotica)

Author: Carlee Shoman

Publisher: Xplicit Press

ISBN: 1623273110

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

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Kestrel is a gorgeous young woman who has stumbled across a porn site that features BDSM. The idea has always intrigued her so it is no surprise that it has caught her attention. Upon investigation, she discovers that there is a dungeon near her. That makes her horny and leaves her wanting more so she seeks out a public dungeon for her first lesson. The adventure she experiences there is beyond anything she has ever imagined. She is nervous and tense and wonders if she will be able to learn what to do. She is willing to learn and, thanks to a pair of sexy female Dommes and a supportive dungeon, she is in for a lot of hot action and she has a lot to learn. Fortunately she has come to the right place and picked the right tops to show her the way. Can she learn her lessons well enough to relax?

Lessons in Submission: Powerless (Gay BDSM Discipline Erotica)

Author: S M Partlowe

Publisher: The Red Spot Press

ISBN: 1310426791

Category: Fiction

Page: 30

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Reader Advisory: This story is for mature audiences only and features intensely erotic situations involving multiple men, bdsm play, discipline, spanking, humiliation, submissiveness and dominance. All characters are 18 or older. Adam has been in Master's house for almost a week now: doing his best to live up to his expectations and being brought back into line when necessary. Things have started to get intense, and in his struggle to make sense of his growing feelings Adam has made a misstep that will earn him the sternest punishment of all, and once again in front of the whole household. But despite his strictness, Adam's master is not a vindictive man. When debts have been paid, what he really wants is some time alone with Adam to begin to understand what exactly he feels for his new eager and ever tempting submissive. Excerpt: I turned just enough to catch how Chris's face fell and reddened at the news. "I..." he began, but trailed off. "Up here." He drew a breath and stood. The legs of his chair made a scraping sound against the hardwood of the floor and he winced. "Here," Master repeated unsympathetically, pointing to a spot at the head of the table. Christopher moved into place on unsteady legs and then turned back to regard us - the audience of his humiliation and punishment - with that flushed face. He reddened very attractively, I noticed with slight envy. His cheeks took on a very soft glow and his eyes stayed very round as he watched Master. "Tell me," Master said to him as he stood at attention. "Tell what, sir?" he asked. "Why did you fail the inspection?" "I - I don't know, sir. I didn't know I had until you told me." "You know, Christopher, I don't really believe you." He looked at the ground, flustered and stammering. After a few seconds he fell silent and he closed his eyes. Master watched him coolly. Another moment ticked by and then he opened his eyes and raised them to meet Master's. Notice: This title includes themes and passages that have been adapted from Jessica Whitethread's His to Train: Exclusive Discipline with full consent of the original author.

Lessons from Ladies of Faith

Studies in the Lives of Select Women in the Bible That Teach Us Lessons of the Life of Faith for Us Today

Author: Barbara Ellen Houston McCain

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1512705365

Category: Religion

Page: 374

View: 8342

Lessons from Ladies of Faith is a book that demonstrates that the ladies we read about in the Scripture were real women, living actual lives. God gave us a record of their challenges, struggles, and victories as lessons that we can apply to our lives today. From the ladies chronicled in this guide, we can learn lessons about courage, commitment, submission to God, dedication to new challenges, and so much more. As we study Eve, Sarah, Mary, Dorcas, and the other women, we will learn that the paths they walked are not so different from the ones we tread today. Through their stories, we can gain insight into the victories of faith that God desires for the modern day Christian woman. Some lessons teach us of His majesty, others of His grace, while others encourage us to explore new levels of spiritual adventure. Whether you are an earnest Christian believer or someone who is curious about the Christian life, there is much to learn about the journey of faith on this path of exploration. Lessons from Ladies of Faith chronicles thirteen different areas of a life of faith illustrated by the lives of different women in the Bible. By application to our present day lives, hopefully, we will come to understand our own life journey through those of these women.

Civilized Creatures

Urban Animals, Sentimental Culture, and American Literature, 1850–1900

Author: Jennifer Mason

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9780801880711

Category: History

Page: 229

View: 3774

Jennifer Mason challenges some of our most enduring ideas about how encounters with nonhuman nature shaped American literature and culture.

Lessons in Farm Life

Author: Nancy Graham

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1490884742

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

View: 8772

This book is composed of stories related to the many experiences the author and her husband have gone through as hobby farmers over the past several years. Lessons in Farm Life includes tales of cows, sheep, turkeys, chickens, dogs, and horses. About twenty years ago, we started out as novices, and through the years we have learned many lessons about living life on a farm. Author Nancy Graham’s original purpose in writing this book was to have something tangible—with life experiences and spiritual lessons—in order to pass down to her family. As she got further on in the writing process and began relating the many spiritual applications that could be taken from these stories, she realized the book could be a great encouragement to many Christians. This is especially true considering the traumatic and heart-wrenching events that took place within the family before the writing of this book was complete.

A Practical Approach to the Spectrum of Alcoholic Liver Disease, An Issue of Clinics in Liver Disease - E-Book

Author: David Bernstein

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 1455747378

Category: Medical

Page: 240

View: 2169

The Guest Editor has organized this issue to focus on the clinical management of alcoholic liver disease. Authors have written state-of-the-art reviews on the following topics: Prevalence and Natural History of ALD; Alcohol Metabolism; Immunology in ALD; Histological Findings in ALD; Diagnosis and Management of Alcoholic Hepatitis; Management of Alcohol Abuse; Long Term Management of Alcoholic Liver Disease; Infections in ALD; Nutrition in ALD; Alcohol’s Effect on Other Chronic Liver Diseases; Liver Cancer and Alcohol; Evaluation and Selection of Candidates for Liver Transplantation; and ALD and Specific Transplant-Related Issues.

Lessons in Love

Essays and Spiritual Exercises for Modern Life

Author: Irving Karchmar

Publisher: Bay Street Press



Page: N.A

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These spiritual exercises and essays offer real life Lessons in Love for anyone following a spiritual path. Based on the Sufi Path of Love, they enhance the journey, and present a new idea of spiritual evolution.

Lessons in Belonging from a Church-Going Commitment Phobe

Author: Erin S. Lane

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

ISBN: 0830897623

Category: Religion

Page: 207

View: 8221

RELEVANT's Top 10 Books of 2015, Non-Fiction Englewood Review of Books Best Books of 2015, Praxis "The thing I am most desperate to keep you from finding out about me is . . . I want to belong, but I do not know how." There was a time when being a part of a church was not a decision you made but a reality you inhabited. But today belonging to the church has become a lost art, especially for millennials whose church experience is often summed up in one word: none. Erin Lane s church experience might be better described in two words: "It s complicated." Having grown up in a church, she has an appreciation for liturgy and covenant community. Having graduated from divinity school and taken a job in spiritual formation, she appreciates the structured, shared pursuit of theological and spiritual integrity. Having married a pastor, she sort of had church coming. Yet she wasn t always sure how to belong. With earnest persistence, Erin practiced the hard (and often surprising) lessons of community. Her story is an invitation to reclaim God's promise of inclusion and live like we belong to one another.

The General Class-book, Or Interesting Lessons in Prose and Verse

On a Great Variety of Subjects; Combined with an Epitome of English Orthography and Pronunciation, and Intended as the Third Book in a Course of Reading for the Use of Schools

Author: Samuel Willard

Publisher: N.A


Category: Readers

Page: 323

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Practical Lessons in Hypnotism

Author: William Wesley Cook

Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.

ISBN: 1602061408

Category: Psychology

Page: 272

View: 7209

Dr. William Wesley Cook's Practical Lessons in Hypnotism was originally published in 1901, but this scholarly study is as relevant as it ever was. In spite of the skeptics, hypnotism has long been a psychological science that has earned the respect of many in the medical profession (notably, Sigmund Freud) and hypnotherapy is widely used in many treatment programs. Here, Cook approaches the subject in a constructive way, covering the history and philosophy of the science, as well as practical techniques and considerations. Most compelling are the studies of hypnotism's many applications, such as in self-healing, anesthesia, behavioral therapy, and even persuasion in the field of business. Cook's work also includes intellectual discussions on tangential-and fascinating-subjects such as telepathy, clairvoyance, and magnetic healing. Comprehensive and erudite, it promises satisfaction for the curious as well as the studious.

Collaring Colleen [Tales From the Lyon's Den 2]

Author: Cara Covington

Publisher: Siren-BookStrand

ISBN: 1640108424

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

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[Siren Menage Everlasting: Erotic Contemporary Consensual BDSM Menage a Trois Romantic Suspense, M/F/M, HEA] Dr. Colleen Duncan is certain someone at the Lyon's Den knows where her sister is. Instead of Mercy, what she finds at the private BDSM club are two P.I. Doms willing to trade lessons in submission for their efforts to find her sister. Daniel Welsh and Rob Conrad know a sub when they meet one, and that look is all over Colleen. A gifted trauma surgeon, the woman is clearly frightened out of her wits at the disappearance of her younger sister, Mercy. As the men help Colleen reveal her inner submissive, they also bring more than their own expertise to the case. They enlist the aid of two other Doms with investigative backgrounds who met, and were very drawn to, Mercy. It doesn't take them long to learn something substantial...and worrying. Someone else is looking for Mercy, too, and that can't be good. There's no time to waste. The clock is ticking.Note: This book contains double penetration. ** A Siren Erotic Romance Cara Covington is a Siren-exclusive author.

Lessons in Non-violent Civil Disobedience

From the life of M. K. Gandhi and his Legacy

Author: Arun J. Mehta

Publisher: Arun J. Mehta


Category: History

Page: 197

View: 7358

Mohandas Gandhi was a very shy and scared little boy. He failed to establish himself as a practicing lawyer in India. Later he went to South Africa and experienced apartheid first hand. Gandhi started fighting for the rights of indentured laborers and other Indians. This book describes brief history of British India, life of M. K. Gandhi and how he transformed himself in to a fearless leader of millions of Indians. The principles he adopted, methods he used, and history of non-violent civil disobedience in South Africa and India are mentioned. Later part of book is devoted to how his life has affected the world and the legacy he has left for all of us.

What You Need to Know About Spiritual Growth in 12 Lessons

The What You Need To Know Study Guide Series

Author: Max Anders

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 1418589535

Category: Religion

Page: 192

View: 3265

Learn the ways God wants us to grow as Christians and how to cooperate with Him through the disciplines of grace. Spiritual Growth shows you how to grow and the many resources God provides to nurture you.

Lessons in Progress

State Universities and Progressivism in the New South, 1880-1920

Author: Michael Dennis

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 9780252026171

Category: Education

Page: 272

View: 958

Lessons in Progress provides a detailed look at how progressivism transformed higher education in the New South. Orchestrated by an alliance of northern philanthropists and southern intellectuals, modernizing universities focused on practical, utilitarian education aimed at reinvigorating the South through technological advancement. They also offered an institutional vehicle by which a new, urban middle class could impose order on a society in flux. Michael Dennis charts the emergence of the modern southern university through the administrations of four university presidents: Edwin Alderman (Virginia), Samuel C. Mitchell (South Carolina), Walter Barnard Hill (Georgia), and Charles Dabney (Tennessee). He shows how these administrative leaders worked to professionalize the university and to knit together university and state agencies, promoting a social service role in which university personnel would serve as expert advisors on everything from public health to highway construction. Dennis also explains how the programs of educational progressives perpetuated traditional divisions of race, sex, and class. The Tuskegee/Hampton model favored industrial education for blacks whose labor would support the South's expanding urban industrial complex, while education for women was careful not to disturb conventional notions of a woman's place. White workers found themselves subject to an increasingly centralized system of education that challenged their traditional independence. State universities in the New South were not isolated enclaves of classical learning but rather were inextricably tied to social reform initiatives. Seeking a more practical and socially responsible form of education, university modernizers succeeded in establishing the framework of a more modern, bureaucratic state. Despite their accomplishments, however, they failed to generate the kind of economic progress they had envisioned for the South.