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The Lady in Black

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Book One in the series “A New Beginning” A writer moves back to the City to return to the life he left behind; only to discover a life beyond his imagination. The writer meets his next door neighbor and she introduces him to the world of femdom and light bdsm, as she helps him research his next book.

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Published (first published May 23rd 2011)
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Future Slayer Girl
Oct 18, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Now THAT is good BDSM story! Be still my little subbie heart, I'm not into woman but I might let Mistress Carmen have some fun with me!
Kenneth Bryant
This is actually not such a bad story, if more than a little unoriginal.

The problem, and the reason it didn't feel right to give it more stars, is that it's in serious need of copy-editing. It's full of grammar errors, misused capitalisation, repeated words, and typos.

I hope the quality of Alan's work gets better, though, and I look forward to reading more.
Belinda
Mar 06, 2013 rated it it was ok
Seemed to be a quickie of girl meets boy story. A bit 'porn-ish'.
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