Welcome Suzy Ayers to Shameless Promotion Thursday. It’s always great finding another author who focuses on BDSM, and Suzy Ayer’s latest release, Serena’s Decision, is third in a series. Take a look at the info below, and go check out this release and all the rest, too. Make sure to follow her on Twitter and on Facebook.
Max confessed his indiscretion, despite their contract stating their open relationship. Can she get beyond wanting more from him? Or will her heart lead her to another? Will she continue to want even a Dom/sub relationship? Can she finally expose her past?
Let’s see where Serena’s heart leads here in this final book in the series.
About the series:
This series is about a young Serena who has found Max, or perhaps he found her, and they have embarked on journey that I like to describe as funishment. It is definitely within the realm of BDSM, however the main recurring theme is spanking.
“Master-bation, At Sir’s Command (The Torn Series: Book 1)” focus’s mainly on the namesake in the beginning, however the scenes develop throughout the book. The reason behind the self-learning is to help Serena and Max learn what she likes and can tolerate.
“Sir’s Deception (The Torn Series: Book 2)” showcases both of their desires building for each other, however it seems neither wants to admit it. Mykel is introduced, a friend of Max’s. Also some element of danger creeps in for Serena. While Max goes to a convention and you decide is he unfaithful or not, despite his open relationship clause.
“Serena’s Decision (The Torn Series: Book 3)” Serena meets another man, Glen. He’s about her age, muscled and has been pining over her for about 2 years. She relents and goes out with him and Max see’s her at the club.
Excerpt with Serena and Max at the club:
Glen’s arm came around her laughing and he began to scold her, “you can’t go running off with my wallet-” He stopped midsentence; realizing Serena was frozen in place.
When Glen’s arm touched her, she looked down, like she should be ashamed, worried. Why do I care? She looked up. He’s with someone else. Say’s he loves me. She stormed passed him, literally shoving Max out of her way.
“Serena, wait!” Max called.
Glen was being strung along onto the dance floor by Serena. She gave Max an evil stare and began to dance with Glen again, attempting to ignore Max.
“Are you ok?” Glen leaned down and whispered in her ear.
“I’m fine. I don’t want him to ruin our night. Promise me,” she begged.
“Course not, gorgeous.” His fingers moved the fly-a-ways from her forehead dotted with perspiration. “Did you want another drink?”
“Yeah, I’ll be fine. You go. Same thing, Melonballs or whatever.”
Glen started laughing hard and planted a gentle kiss on her cheek. “I’ll be right back.” He left and she watched him keeping a protective eye on her the entire time he leaned against the bar.
Serena danced to the techno-pop beat, allowing her body to shift and shake. Suddenly, a song came on, and a hand took her around the waist. Max pulled her in close, as Clarity by Zedd began.
“One song, I requested it for you and me,” he said, with a sad frown on his face.
They began in a slow pace and Max rocked Serena back and forth effortlessly in his arms. He pulled her tight to his chest in the moments that the song stilled and stared deeply into her eyes.
Serena remembered that he had been classically trained in dance and allowed him to toy with her body on the floor. She heard a rip, as he tore a slit on the side of her dress where it was sewn, to allow her leg to rise up his shoulder.
They gained an audience and as the beats of the song pulsed, her heart matched it.
He spun her to, and back up from the floor, then again, to and fro swiftly against his chest. They breathed in heavy silence when the song ended holding each other tightly.
Serena saw Glen’s pained face and swallowed hard. “You got your dance.” She moved away and pressed her dress down. “And ripped my dress.” Although she wasn’t really upset by the erotic trance Max had put her in.
“I’m sorry, I’ll replace it. I just-”
Serena nodded to Glen, who came over and interrupted them. “I’m with someone, I’m sorry.”
“Yes. I’m sorry too.” Max walked away, nodding once at Glen.
Suzy Ayers is a Bestselling Author of “Sara’s Awakening” in Fantasy (Metaphysical/Visionary). She has multiple Erotica titles that have also been in the Amazon Bestseller lists within the free categories.
Her main focus is Romance, which crosses many genres including: Erotica, Fantasy and coming soon Paranormal. Her short stories and books twist into happily-for-now or happily-ever-after’s.
Suzy attempts to write in a manner that pulls you into the erotic event and paints an explicit scene of lust and passion. Her purpose of expressing it in this manner is that she believes that sex and love are intertwined and are healthy expressions of the human heart. Her writing depicts true to life characters with flaws and showcases that the world is sometimes sad; people are not one dimensional shells. We somehow become stronger and this to her is beautiful.