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Friday, August 7, 2015

4/5 Review: Corporal Domination by Cassandre Dayne

Dominating a powerful man isn’t easy… 
Sometimes corporal punishment is needed 

Kade Thompson is sick and tired of working sixty-plus hours a week. After all, he’s only an accountant, not a surgeon. For many he’s considered powerful and a sought-after catch, yet he hasn’t obtained all he hungers for. However, earning a six-figure income has allowed him to indulge in his every desire, including toys and rather kinky bouts of sin. He also enjoys an on-again, off-again push-and-shove relationship with his boss, Trevor Willis. While the sex is passionate, he craves being dominated by the six foot six god, but Trevor doesn’t seem interested. Tired of playing games, he’s ready to break off their relationship until an invitation to meet for a drink at The Peeping Hole—a mysterious and very exclusive club—has him more than curious. 

When he finds out the club offers every aspect of kink, he’s breathless with excitement. As Kade waits for Trevor’s arrival, he’s given an offer he can’t refuse and one that might sate his every craving—if he will submit to the man behind the mask. Unfortunately what goes on behind the hallowed doors is required to stay a sensuous mystery. But can they keep up their end of the bargain and one forged in a touch of black magic? Only Alexander knows. Ssshhh… No peeping. 

I am Alexander—a teacher, a scoundrel, a voyeur and a true entrepreneur. In my world there’s little left to the imagination. That is if you dare to taste what only I can offer. Welcome to The Peeping Hole, where every fantasy you’ve ever desired will come true. Leave your inhibitions at the door and join us. But you must remember, whatever happens here stays here, and trust me, I will know…


This is a short story that shows Trevor and Kade’s relationship moving forward.  Kade believes that Trevor will never be able to give him what he needs.  Trevor surprises Kade with a ‘gift’ that is meant to open his eyes on whether he really wants what he thinks he wants. Trevor uses this gift to try and fulfill Kade’s every fantasy and try to express how much he really wants to make their relationship work.  I would have loved to see this written as a longer work.  It would have given me so much more insight on why Trevor acts the way he does towards Kade and what finally made him decide to keep Kade.  I did enjoy the short story and the context of it, but I still stay that it can be a longer book. 

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