Suncoast Society – 3

td-cardinals3(Contemporary BDSM, MMF, MaleDom, FemDom, switching dynamic)

There is only one rule–Cardinal’s Rule.

Writing As: Tymber Dalton
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand

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[Ménage and More: Erotic Consensual Heavy BDSM Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/F with M/M elements, voyeurism, spanking, whipping, caning, sex toys, HEA]

There is only one rule…Cardinal’s Rule.

Tilly Cardinal’s world imploded when her Master, Cris, disappeared with no explanation other than a short, cryptic note releasing her as his slave. Five years later, she’s Mistress Cardinal, a vicious, successful pro Domme charging big bucks to dish out whatever abuse men will pay to take. Materially, she wants for nothing. Privately, she’s never felt more alone.

In walks Landry LaCroux, a handsome, rich man with a proposition—he wants Tilly to train his slave. Landry holds the key to Tilly’s past, and her future. She’s shocked to discover Landry’s slave is her former Master, Cris.

Landry has a secret—he has cancer and wants to make Tilly a deal. Marry him and help him through his recovery, and he’ll pay her handsomely for it. Love wasn’t supposed to be part of the bargain, but can the three of them find healing and a lasting happiness under Cardinal’s Rule?

Note: This book was previously published with another publisher.

Related Books: Ross and Loren’s story (Tilly’s friends) is told in Things Made Right. Also, check out Click, ImpactHappy Valenkink’s Day. Bob’s story is told in Borderline, Never Too Late for Love.

Triva: spoiler alert Some people wonder why Tilly and Landry do certain…things in the course of this story, and why Cris tolerates it. Read this “interview” with Tilly and it’ll hopefully shed some light on that for you. Click Here

One thought on “Cardinal’s Rule (Suncoast Society)

  • December 15, 2014 at 8:00 pm

    Just reread Cardinal’s Rule for the fourth time. Love this story! Would love a follow-up to see how the family is doing.

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