Lauren Ipsome hails from Southern California and was first published in The Library of Congress during her second year of college where she worked as editor on the school’s annual literary anthology magazine and later graduated on the dean’s list.
Intrigue abounds when a lost and frightened young "bunny" finds herself abruptly in the hands of a kind but feisty new Master. How long can he restrain himself to tame them both? And just how far are they willing to go together? And which will mend the gaps between them? An awkward and sometimes "perilous" journey begins between Master and subordinate.
When Bunny suddenly finds herself in the hands of a new Master, intrigue and fear abound, as the loss of her virginity is the imminent and pressing first question. Will he be cruel, or kind? Gentle or harsh? Or will both Master and servant come to learn different meanings of the word "restraint?"
Ever wonder what it’s like inside an author’s head? Well wonder no further! From “Abandoned” to “Zombie” it’s all in here (yes, I said: “zombie poetry!”). A collection of modern spoken word and free verse poetry, fixed forms, and short prose vignettes run the gamut from love and sex to murder and mental illness. There's something for everyone in this collection of works.