Sep 25 2012
I thought I’d try some silliness because I’ve been teaching myself Photoshop (Photo Elements actually…the cheapie version) and I want to have fun with my practice work products. Guess who’s the guinea pig? That’s right. You are, dear reader. [[cue evil laugh]]
Today I have the debut of my “Regrettable Book of the Week™”. You’ve seen them. They’re the books that scream “homemade” and just make you wanna cringe. Either the quality totally sucks or the author / publisher is taking herself waaaay too seriously.
Jumping on the BDSM bandwagon, we have a little f/f/m action with:
Domme Fight Club by Lila Shaw
First the tagline:
“A submissive worth fighting for…”
Darren has searched all his life for that special lady–one who will curb his wilder instincts, one who is not afraid to provide the firm hand he needs to mold him into the perfect submissive.
Rula’s been hurt too many times by men who promised to love her for who she is, but who ultimately turned out to be wolves in sheep’s clothing. As the reigning rubenesque champion, she’s no stranger to fighting for what she wants. And what she wants is a man who will cater to her every whim…if he exists.
Heidi pumps iron to build her muscles, but it’s all just a cover for the one muscle she longs to share with a man she can tame.
When Rula and Heidi both aim their whips in Darren’s direction, the rules of the Black Dungeon Fight Club are clear: Two Dommes enter; one Domme leaves. Winner takes all. But Darren won’t submit to any rule that will deprive him of one of his mistresses. It’s all or none.
In hind sight, I should have thrown in a random naked male torso. Note to self: Naked male torsos sell books. Cram one in somewhere!
Do you have ideas for the next “Regrettable Book of the Week™”? Be sure to share in the conments! Cheers.
Disclaimer: “Regrettable Book of the Week™” is a completely fictional (duh!) creation for parody purposes only. I have no product beyond what you see in this post. Photos are free download proofs, not to be used for commercial purposes. This is not a commercial purpose, however, I retain any and all creative story rights in the highly unlikely event I happen to accidentally create something that might be worth a damn.