Tessa's Dilemma

  • Series: Tess, Book 2
Book Two in The "Tess" Series

Warning: Tessa’s Dilemma plays heavily on the mental and emotional aspects of BDSM. The romance is intense, the scenes are passionate and the plot indicative of a true D/s relationship. More

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  • Series: Tess, Book 2
Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
Published by Naughty Nights Press
Words: 35,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9781927415320
About Tessa Wanton

Throughout my life I have always had my head buried in a book, spending much of my time in a fantasyland. I constantly looks to immerse myself in new experiences, meet new people and explore new lands, fictional or otherwise. Having had an extensive musical background from early childhood in both performing and composition, I have always enjoyed creating art that stirs the emotions.

My debut Novella, “The Training Of Tess”, leads an expansion of my creativity from my music into literature and there are many more incredibly passionate and titillating stories for Tess in progress, to be revealed shortly.

I have been fascinated with the BDSM scene for many years, researching the content for my stories with close friends, who have been kind enough to be so open and share such intimate experiences. The influential information that inspired me most was the recollections my friends revealed. I realized that what we all hear and see in the media about BDSM is always so violent and often times sadistic. However, in reality, there is so much more of an emotional and intellectual connection, a willing and completely consensual trust and communication between partners, and this was the basis for the creation of my protagonists.

Is my namesake me? Perhaps she is. She certainly has the depth of emotions that I feel and I hope that Tessa’s experiences may perhaps change the reader’s views about the world of BDSM. Allow them to realize that there is so much more to explore within our sexualities than the mass media would have us believe.

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