Dominant Encounters: two

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Dominant Encounters: two continues on from where Dominant Encounters: one left off.

In this second instalment, Clara’s education progresses, and the learning curve is steep when she is forced to confront newly awoken desires during a visit to an exclusive club, where she is introduced to the rich diversity of the lifestyle she wishes to embrace.

Guided and instructed by Daniel, she is discovering elements of her nature that had previously been repressed. Still very much the newbie, she struggles to come to terms with all that Daniel expects of her, while Daniel comes under pressure from others within the community, who question his motives and intentions. When his feelings for Clara resurrect the shadows of his past, he struggles to maintain his usual calm control, and becomes increasingly tormented by the knowledge that what he truly wants, and the promise of happiness that Clara holds out, can never be his.

The end of this book, sees Daniel and Clara still ‘happy for now’, as Clara reaches a new understanding, and Daniel finds the resolve to set aside his own desires, in order to honour his commitment to preparing Clara to offer her submission to a Dominant who will be worthy of her, when the period of their contract ends.

Explicit language, sexual content, and activities relating to BDSM, make this book unsuitable for persons under 18 years of age.

“But, it’s an important part of your education,” Daniel was continuing. “How will you know what you want, when you don’t know what there is?”
“I think I know enough… and I don’t think I want any of it.”
Does that mean that she wants to quit? Daniel felt the shock of Clara’s words like a physical blow to the stomach, the fear that he’d pushed her too hard, gone too fast, and ruined everything, welling up like bile, while his brain was now scrabbling furiously for something he could say or do to make her stay.
“I didn’t know there would be…” Clara started, but Daniel cut her off.
“You were on a site intended for people interested in the lifestyle, posing as a submissive, looking for a Dominant… and no, you didn’t know… I have always been aware of that… but… I thought you wanted to find out.”
“I do… but I don’t think I’ll ever be able to be… to do… everything you expect. I’m just going to let you down.”
Daniel felt his whole body sag with relief when he realised she wasn’t actually saying that she wanted to give up. He reached across the table and took her hand.
“You are getting ahead of yourself, Clara. This is all about discovering what you like, how far you want to go, what you want to be… and I know it can all seem frightening… but there is nothing to be afraid of, I promise… and you could not let me down because I have no expectations beyond exploring your limits. I am asking you to trust me to help you discover exactly who you are, and who and what will suit you.”
“But that can’t be you?”
“No.”
“Why not? Maybe we will be right for each other.”
“I very much hope that we will be, but I cannot promise more than my dominance to help you find your submission. When you have found that, I believe it will be time for you to move on, to find someone who can commit to you.”
“Don’t you ever want to commit to someone?”
“We are not discussing me.”
“But it must be lonely… to only have relationships for a limited time.”
“It sets boundaries… and defines expectations.”
“Surely it is only in the security of a long-term relationship that people can feel truly comfortable with each other.”
“I do not want us to be comfortable with each other. I want us to meet – in every sense. I want us to complement each other, but I do not want us to be comfortable. I will require you to trust me and give yourself to me with no expectation of anything in return. That is not comfortable. That is submission.”

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