Rainbow Snippet for 12-16-2017

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Rainbow Snippets is a group for LGBTQ+ authors, bloggers, and readers to gather once a week and share six sentences from a work of fiction–a WIP or a finished work or even a 6-sentence book recommendation (no spoilers please!).   Check out all the other awesome snippets by clicking on the picture above.

I’m posting excerpts from Doll, a little F/f BDSM story that I started back in January of 2014 for Siobhan Muir’s Thursday Threads Flash Fiction Challenge. It got a little over the word limit, but I liked it, so decided to keep it as the start an eventual novel. Maybe.

I don’t normally write in first person so I have no idea how this happened.  I’m blaming the writing prompt.

I also don’t normally write non spec-fic.

I also have no idea where this is going. It was and will probably continue to be) written in snippet form. (I was writing a few lines a week back then for another snippet group.)

Picking up from where I left off last week, with Doll having just described the other two people kneeling beside her.

The crack of a bullwhip got our attention and we raised our gazes. Not all the way – none of us wanted to feel the lash from that whip – just far enough to get a look at the one wielding it.

Black leather boots crossed in front of us. We raised our eyes no further than that, and aside from a tremble at the thought of the whip none of us moved when the boots stood behind us.  

Then I felt it: the supple leather wrapped around my throat, the end of the lash dangling between my breasts. The leather tightened, drawing me to my feet and turning me to face the wielder.








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6 responses to “Rainbow Snippet for 12-16-2017

  1. Nothing quite like the leather and boots (shivers appreciatively)

  2. AM

    Mm, that is enticing. I wonder who it is with the whip.

  3. Uh-oh. Is that good or bad news for her?

  4. *gulp* What happens next?? :-)

  5. There is something sensual and a wee bit scary about this.

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