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Guest Blogger: Lavender Daye
Monday, May 6th, 2013

Hi, my name is Lavender Daye and I write BDSM.

Does it sound like I’m in one of those support groups where everyone shares?  Sometimes I feel like that when discussing my writing. Friends and relatives who aren’t readers give me raised brows and questioning looks.

But I’m tired of hiding what I write. I love my stories. To me, they’re modern fairy tales.

Picture this in your mind.

ldaye-boundbytrust3121018_0435You are contentedly alone, fending for yourself in a job and a relationship with no spark. A man arrives in your life—a hot, handsome man with an attitude. He’s attracted to you and isn’t shy about explaining all the heated things he plans to do with you and to you.

Your face warms and somewhere lower, your body recognizes your soul mate, the man who will fulfill all your fantasies. No longer will you be required to make plans or decisions. Your personal Prince Charming will handle every detail of your life and satisfy all your needs while teaching you how to satisfy his. An erotic spanking here and there, handcuffs and a whip now and then, only make you crave more.

You allow him the pleasure of satisfying you in every way and he adores you.

Okay, so most women wouldn’t want to live in this lifestyle, but every now and then, it might be fun to completely turn over control to a trusted lover. The heroines in my books seem to enjoy it immensely and I enjoy writing the happily ever after. Really, now, shouldn’t every woman be the princess in her own fairy tale?

Find more about Lavender’s books at www.facebook.com/LavenderDaye or at http://www.bookstrand.com/lavender-daye

4 comments to “Guest Blogger: Lavender Daye”

  1. ronnie cornett
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      · May 6th, 2013 at 11:52 am · Link

    Yeah…a new author to read…love this genre!!!



  2. Mary Marvella
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      · May 6th, 2013 at 12:00 pm · Link

    Being a princess sounds lovely. Maybe I’d be the Queen Mother instead. At my age I’d like that!



  3. Melissa Porter
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      · May 6th, 2013 at 6:12 pm · Link

    Another new author to check out.

    :-) There are times my other half does treat me like a princess. Only if we can afford it. Which is around tax time or our dividen time. So maybe once a year. :-) But it works out. For he does the little things through out the year for me.

    Thanks for sharing.



  4. Kim freeman
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      · May 6th, 2013 at 7:23 pm · Link

    Maybe just once I could give up control to a man that I trusted. I think it would be hot to try some of the things that I have read in the books.