Susie Goes to the Devil (Susie Wills: Damsel in Distress, Book 3)
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Investigating another tale of sex, scandal and politics for her Sunday newspaper, ace reporter Susie Wills goes undercover once more in her quest for the truth. And as always her complete inability to make her excuses and leave gets her into more trouble than she bargained for. But Susie's not complaining; she knows when to give and when to take. But this time she's involved with a satanic sect and has to take more than she bargained for.
able to replace that, but we can perhaps offer something different to make up for it.’ Hugh raised an eyebrow, trying not to appear too eager, his cover story, his professional self and the real Hugh all in perfect synch on this one. ‘I want to explain something to you, but first, before that, I would really like you to meet someone.’ He stood, opening a door, not the one through which they’d entered the study. He motioned and Hugh stepped through into a darkened room, with no
the master’s assistant slowly straightened his back and legs, pulling himself out of her. Unwinding his black robe from around his waist he let it fall to conceal the wet and shiny penis that was still semi-erect, and turned away, leaving Susie alone in the shimmering circle of light cast from the black candle by her feet. With eyes partly closed, mouth slightly open, she was still fully aroused and teetering on the brink of release, unable to do anything about it because of the bindings at
imposition of the will, forcing others to subject themselves to humiliation and degradation either in pure subservience or in the quest for greater riches. Which is more or less what the master had said, though not so bluntly, making Susie think that maybe he was serious about it after all. Or maybe that was just his sales pitch, she thought, her mind dwelling on the best phrases - humiliation and degradation, she thought, feeling the dampness through the denim as her fingers rested more firmly
relaxed sensation that filled her entire being. ‘Let it be so.’ The master looked only briefly at Hugh as two robed figures loomed out of the mist and took him by the arms, but although he made no resistance as they held him, she thought she saw fear in his eyes, real fear, and the realisation was like a wave of cold water as she understood that something was wrong, but the understanding subsided as quickly as it had come and before she could even think about reacting to it. But as more
on him, ‘I wonder if you don’t need my special care first?’ ‘Well, vicar...’ Susie tried to interrupt, but he took no notice, fixing Sophie with his intense and overpowering stare. Susie had felt the force of it herself once before, and knew the effect it could have; she’d certainly given in to it without much resistance. ‘I know you’ve been unwell, and you don’t look as if you’re a hundred percent fit just yet,’ he continued, still gazing deeply into Sophie’s eyes. ‘So I think you need