When a Mistress Falls in Love With Her Slave...
Myra Davenport and her slave Amber return from their trip to Europe more in love than ever, in Volume II of Lady Davenport's Slave, the bestselling lesbian BDSM pulp saga. In The Claiming of Amber, the training of Lady Davenport's slave continues. The pair are welcomed home by Myra's best friend and lover the Countess Natasha Pavlovna and soon learn that disturbing things have transpired in their absence. A Master stands accused of mistreating a delectable submissive named Darian. Myra immediately feels a connection to Darian and when Amber begs her to take the abused woman into her circle Mistress Davenport finds herself with two slaves eager to serve and satisfy her lustful cravings. Both Amber and Darian are more than up to the task, stealing pleasure with each other in between serving their mistress and those their mistress orders them to service.
But having two slaves proves more complicated than even an experienced mistress like Myra Davenport anticipates and she begins to fear losing the woman she loves. She conspires to bring Darian and the Countess together, and while her efforts take care of one problem they are not enough to ensure that Amber will be hers forever. To prove her love and devotion, Myra must claim her slave ... make Amber hers and hers alone in a seldom conducted formal ceremony that joins Mistress and slave.
About the Author
JT Langdon is the author of several erotic lesbian novels including the Lady Davenport's Slave trilogy, Hard Time, and Sisters of Omega Pi. Venus' Fem Erotica Reviews has described her writing as "...intelligent and imaginative prose that will never bore the most well-read connoisseur of lesbian erotica."
She's a Taoist, vegetarian, lover of chocolate, and author of lesbian erotica (which she often and very lovingly refers to as smut or cliterature) and paranormal erotica. She's written a dozen novels (so far!) and have had short stories in several anthologies and magazines (both online and print) including Good Vibes magazine and the recently released Vamps anthology.