Thai'd Up


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Page Count: 40
Word Count: 0
Rating: Mature

(MSRP: 2.0000)

Visiting Bangkok to do an interview for her employer, Heidi Clarke is intrigued by the wild and raucous nightlife. When a handsome and engaging stranger, dressed as the Phantom of the Opera, offers to escort her into a BDSM club, she's too curious to refuse. As the man behind the mask introduces Heidi to new and exciting pleasures of the flesh, she can't help but wonder who he is. Or if she really wants to know.

Rated This title contains: explicit language, BDSM and voyeurism.

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She turned to walk away, but the stranger caught her arm again and a sharp zing crept up to her shoulder and along the tender flesh of her neck.

“I could take you into the club if you like.”

“Wh-why would you do that?”

Sexy, full lips curved upward. “I own it.”

“You do, huh?” Though curious, and shuddering from his closeness, Heidi couldn’t help but be suspicious. No matter how gorgeous this stranger was, she really shouldn’t go into a club with him. Yet she found it difficult to ignore the sparks from his touch.


“You speak excellent English.”

“I lived in America most of my life. Since I was five. I only recently returned to Thailand.”

Heidi cleared her throat again. “That’s...nice.” Though she knew she should pull away, something stopped her. As though he sensed her ambivalence, he let go. “I really do have to get back to my hotel, Mister...”

He smiled, and her flesh prickled. Damn, he was hot. “Just call me Phantom.”

“Okay...Phantom.” Tiny flashes of electricity skittered along her skin.

“And what shall I call you?”

She giggled. Why not? “Christine.”

“Ah. Willing to play along. I like that.” He reached toward her and ran one long finger over her forearm. Her insides knotted. “Christine. My angel of music.”

“I really do have to...”

His finger traveled up her arm over her shoulder to her neck, igniting a blaze through the silky fabric. “Please. Be my guest. I’ll show you my club. I promise you’ll be safe there.”

KyAnn Waters
Fallen Angels Reviews