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goodcupateaRR
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Slave Master Books

Am interested in the gentler side of the Sub./ Dom. relationship between a woman and a man.  Some of the books out right now seem so hell bent on hard core SM, I can't stand that stuff.  I've read Ann Rice's first book in the Beauty trilogy and also Molly Weatherfields Carries Story but found both very heavy with the S&M and didn't like either book.

Can anyone recomend books in this field that have a softer kinder approach.  Prefer the man in the dom position and woman as sub.  Thanks so much for your help.

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Re: Slave Master Books

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Thanks Becke.  Found a couple that looked interesting and have saved them.  Read some excerpts from a few of her other books and she used the (F) word ALOT regarding making love... that is such a turn off for me.  I've heard of Lora Leigh but just never read any of her books. 

Hoping to find a few other authors.

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