Meet Alison, a whip-smart blonde 25 year old lawyer perfectly willing to exploit her good looks to win a case. Past experience has led her to harbor certain very private preferences that leave her high libido unsatisfied by the politically correct, liberal young men she dates. In desperation, she ventures on-line seeking a man who can give her the erotic spanking she longs for. She wades through a mountain of inane responses before uncovering an intriguing one from a less educated man who makes his living as a contractor. Avery is a few years older, a large clean-shaven former Special Forces soldier whose politics are opposite of Alison's, but with whom her chemistry is sizzling hot. Once he gets her home, she is rapidly swept off her feet and over his muscular lap, where she discovers her own peculiar version of Nirvana in the first erotic spanking of her life.
It turns out that Avery is an accomplished Dom in the local BDSM scene, but has decided that playing the field is less appealing than going deep with one woman. Based on her spirit, intelligence and white-hot responsiveness, he suspects, after that magical first night, that Alison is the one with whom to take things to the next level. When he skillfully introduces her to all manner of submissive delights, beyond just having her taut bottom bared and spanked, they both are amazed at how powerfully she responds. Her personal bests for most intense orgasm are routinely shattered, and soon they are living together and happily married, their secret life well hidden behind closed doors. However, when an attractive couple move in next door, new possibilities for naughty fun open up that neither of them could have imagined.
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