Rainbow Snippet for 12-30-2017

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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.

This follows from last week – sort of. It’s the start of a flashback to Doll’s first meeting with the woman who would come to be her Mistress. (And, hey! It’s actually exactly six sentences this week!) (Courtesy of some changes from the original, but hey… Six sentences!)

I had never given any thought to being owned by a woman; actually, I had never given any thought to being owned by anyone.

Until I saw her.

Until I saw her I was perfectly content with casual scening at Restraint, a local BDSM club. 

I was a regular there and knew just about everyone, having scened with most of them at one time or another. I was a popular bottom: experienced enough at most forms of play to be useful for demonstration and training and always willing to scene, but not seeking a permanent relationship.

Until I saw her.








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8 responses to “Rainbow Snippet for 12-30-2017

  1. Wow, love this classic line in this smoldering context! (heart)

  2. Oh man, I love instant Schwing :) I love the way you made that one line a standalone paragraph.

  3. AM

    Wow. She must be something special indeed.

  4. Looking forward to seeing what makes her so special.

  5. Lovely setup! I hope you’re continuing with a description next week! <3

  6. louiselyons013

    Ooh, what is it about her?

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