Mistress’s Release (Graciela and Trinity, Volume 3)
Two women. Two pasts. One destiny.
Trinity survived an abusive fundamentalist father, needy siblings, an uncaring mother, and a lifetime of fear that she will go to hell for being a lesbian. Never mind her craving for kink and the intricate dynamics of BDSM.
Graciela, on the other hand, came of age following a picture-perfect childhood complete with 4-H, cornfields, and doting parents. Successful in her chosen field, she’s established a thriving overseas practice as a professional domme.
Now, with Trinity forgiven for cheating a decade ago, the two women are finally happy. But before returning to America, Trinity receives contact from her family: They want a reunion. Gracie hits the roof.
Her lover’s family almost killed her once. Wasn’t that enough? Graciela wants Trinity safe at all costs. She issues an ultimatum: No contact, even if it means cutting ties with her family forever.
But Trinity’s longed for this moment half her life. Family’s family, no matter what they do. She loves Gracie, but no one can replace parents. Why can’t Gracie understand? She has pledged to obey, but she can’t make this sacrifice.
Can Gracie and Trinity’s love for each other overcome this impasse? Or will happily ever after turn into a parting of ways?
Mistress Please (Graciela and Trinity, Volume 2)
Thou shalt have no other Mistresses before me.
When traveling abroad to visit clients, professional Domme Trinity Maddox loses her passport and her job. She has no one to ask for help but Graciela Fairbanks, her former lover and Domme who threw her out for cheating ten years ago.
Graciela tries to forgive, but old hurts and arguments arise on both sides. Trinity is grateful for a second chance with the woman who first taught her about love and submission, but she resents Gracie’s assumption they will return to their old roles. Gracie demands obedience; Trinity needs assurances of love.
Can Trinity let go of her pride to accept Graciela’s forgiveness? Or is submission too high of a price to pay for happiness?
Mistress on Her Knees (Indie) – Available Now
Thou shalt not covet thy host’s submissive
When a Domme loves a Domme, strange things can happen. When a Domme loves a Domme who is her former submissive and cheated with her best friend, all of the usual fun with handcuffs turns into something darker.
Graciela struggles to control her attraction to the headstrong, beautiful woman who broke her heart ten years ago. She offers temporary shelter to a fellow human in crisis, nothing more. But when Trinity buckles under Graciela’s righteous anger and begs for forgiveness, Graciela’s resolve wavers. Can she ever trust again? Does Trinity deserve a second chance, or is this yet another manipulation?
Review for Mistress on Her Knees:
“Another compelling story from Anastasia Vitsky . Mistress on Her Knees is centered around Graciela and Trinity, two women with a domme and sub, teacher and student history from long before who find themselves needing to reconnect. But Trinity is now a domme and disciplinarian herself, and re-accepting her former role isn’t part of her plan. Graciela’s belief that Trinity *needs* to revisit that role is at the heart of their story. Mistress on Her Knees explores not only the nature of dominance and submission, but the nature of relationships. Is forgiveness possible? To what lengths will you go to help someone heal? And to what lengths will you go to rid yourself of guilt?
As with most of Ana’s characters, Graciela and Trinity have flaws – they are capable of making bad decisions, manipulating situations to their advantage, and acting in their own interests while rationalizing those actions as being for others’ good. And even when they act with the best of intentions, their actions can be questionable and the results can be ambiguous. In other words, they’re human. Ana doesn’t write “Smack – OW!” fiction, where the story and the character’s actions exist merely to move from one scene of discipline to the next. Ana’s stories are fully realized studies of characters and situations, where discipline and punishment occur as a natural result of the choices characters make. Reading this story I found myself thinking about the nature of consent, and whether consent is always truly consensual. And about whether dommes and subs are ultimately defined by their roles and unable to act in any other way. And about where the line is between punishment for someone’s own good, and punishment for personal satisfaction – or even if there is a line at all. You may find yourself thinking about the effects of betrayal, and the suffocating impact of guilt, or the healing power of love.
But Mistress on Her Knees *will* make you think. I highly recommend it.”
While the book may not be ready for sale yet, I have posted Fire of Desire, a free Mira and Hana serial available on Governing Ana for a limited time only.
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