Monday, March 26, 2012

Clay and Blade’s Ménage Philosophy


Clay and Blade’s are BDSM Masters in Trust Us, Love’s Bayou Book One. Their views on ménage are as follows.
When two men share everything with a woman, the quality of life for all three is enhanced. With both of them giving a woman such as Bri, the love and attention that she deserves, it leaves no doubt that she is cherished. One of them is always close by, in case she has any need. 
In return, she gives all of herself to them, heart, mind, and body. She knows that their relationship is one of trust and the men have her best interest at heart. They will protect her with all that they have and are, to ensure their life together will be a long and happy one.
One of Clay’s friends, Scott had told him a long time ago, “Touch a woman’s mind and her body will follow.” Upon hearing this, Clay and Blade have incorporated it into their philosophy of their interaction with women. As mature men and true Masters, women were precious to the brothers, and the two sought a lasting and meaningful relationship.



Trust Us can be found at: Amazon   Barnes & Noble


Threats to her life force her under their protection, in lieu of protective custody. Her abusive past causes her to distrust all men and believe love is a fairy tale. The brothers in their kind and loving efforts show Bri, that not all men are the same and love does exist. 
While under their protection, Bri is introduced to the joys of a menage a trois, and experiences heights of ecstasy, the pleasure of pain, and genuine love and caring.
She finds her life evolving in ways she never imagined, as she tries to run from her feelings and those trying to harm her.

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