Some things are far worse than a masterful man!
Imprisoned by a sadistic tyrant, Shandie has all but given up on the idea of escape or rescue. After the epidemic, the only people left alive that she has encountered have been evil. They are the takers. Human beings without conscience who take what they need, or what they want, including women.
Easygoing Vaughn and his adopted son Nicky happen upon the trailer where Shandie is being kept. Wanting a woman for themselves, they don't take their plan of getting her all that seriously until Nicky is critically wounded. With food running out and no medicine, Vaughn thinks the situation can't get much worse -- except that Shandie keeps insisting that there is something evil in the woods. Vaughn has seen the signs that she's right, but he refuses to believe it. When they all come face to face with that evil they find themselves in a sick world where women are slaves, and the men are something far, far worse.
If you enjoyed Breeding Stock -- and we know you did; it's a book that has just about everything for fans of hot, well-written BDSM erotica -- then you have to pick up this sequel, The Lion Man. By one of the current mistresses of BDSM erotica, Melissa Harlow!
Cover: Sami Hursey
About the Author
When asked about her work, Melissa Harlow has said, "As the reader, you get to do something that in real life none of us get to do, you get to see inside of each person. Past the scars of drug addiction, or the man holding the gun, or even the homeless man by the dumpster, you get to see what they are truly like inside.
"Everyone has made mistakes, and as much as we all hate to admit it, none of us are perfect. In my books people who’ve never had anything really great happen to them in their lives get that shining moment of glory, people who have been dragging around guilt finally find a little peace — oh, and there’s sex, lots of sex, I guess I should mention that."
See more of Melissa Harlow's insights into her work on her author page, found at the link below, as well as via "Our Authors" in the header menu.