Going Too Far (The Curvy Submissive)
Kat accepts an invitation to a private adult party where guests are given the chance to explore domination and submission. What Kat doesn't expect is that the Dom performing the bondage demo is no stranger. She practically grew up with him, and Josh isn't prepared for how much power his best friend's little sister has over him. More
A year out of college and curvy girl Katrina Koile has learned that chasing your dreams isn't all that it's cracked up to be. She struggles to pay rent, none of her relationships last longer than five minutes, and her brother Brian's criticism grows harder to ignore.
Grow up, he tells her. You're wasting your time.
When she accepts an invitation to a private, adult themed party, it feels like the first time she's really taken control of her life. Bondage. Submission. These tantalizing, forbidden words call to the part of her that longs to have just one thing no one can take from her. She wants to be someone's everything, unconditionally, for just one night.
What she isn't prepared for is that one of the Doms at the party isn't a stranger.
She's known Josh Murcek since she was twelve. He's her brother's best friend, the boy who tutored her in algebra, taught her to tie cherry stems with her tongue, and now the man she looks up to like an older brother. Being his everything for one night could ruin their friendship forever.
And she thought her life was out of control before.
The Curvy Submissive Series:
GOING TOO FAR, #1
GIRL IN PIECES, #2 (Coming Soon)
WANTING IT ALL, #3 (Coming Soon)
Please note, this title was previously published as The Submissive Behind the Mask #1.
"This is a good deal for both of us. The quote’s on my coffee table. I’ll go get it.”
“I can get it.” I tossed the peanut bowl aside and bounced forward in between Josh’s boots. Without waiting for permission, I slipped two fingers into his front pocket and swiped his keys. He raised an eyebrow and watched but didn’t stop me. I grinned and jingled them like hard earned treasure.
“Last time I left you alone for ten minutes while I took a shower you stole my coffee maker.”
“Only because I didn’t have one.”
“Yes, and then neither did I.”
“But I really wanted some coffee.”
“Oh well, when you put it that way.”
I pouted a bit and leaned into him so that he had to make room for me between his arms. He faked a look of disapproval.
“I promise to be very good.”
“You really are kind of a brat sometimes.” Josh set his hand on my hip casually and set the glass and dish cloth down. I bit my bottom lip and he sighed, defeated. “Fine, go, but don’t steal anything. Or rifle through anything. And when you do anyway, don’t make a mess.”
“Pinky swear.” I gave a little squeal and tried to pull away, but he held me still.
“While you’re up there, why don’t you do the dishes, dust, vacuum. Be useful.”
Brian snorted. “You’ve seen her apartment right? She doesn’t do her own dishes.”
“As a matter of fact, I’ve become exceptional at using the dishwasher. It’s quite fancy.” I leaned my head against Josh’s arm and batted my eyelashes up at him. He gazed down, amused. “But if you want someone to pick up after you, Josh, get a girlfriend.”
He tapped the tip of my nose. “I don’t need a girlfriend when I have you.”
“If you think I’m as good as having a girlfriend, then you’re doing it wrong.”
His eyebrows shot up. “Really. What is it exactly I’m doing wrong?”
“Don’t answer that.” Brian pointed his pen at the two of us menacingly. “Kat, stop flirting to get your way, it’s petty and kind of gross. The Lamont quote. Go. Now.”
“Fine, fine. I’m going.” I squirmed out of Josh’s hands and swatted them away when he tried to grab me back. “You’re a bad, bad man, Murcek.”
He laughed. “Apparently, not bad enough.”
I could feel the blush work up my cheeks and down the back of my neck. Stupid Josh and his stupid smile. I made a bee line for the back staircase.
“Don’t flirt with my sister,” Brian said when he thought I was out of earshot.