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- Print Length: 122 pages
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- Publisher: Scarlet Rose Press (May 16, 2012)
- Publication Date: May 16, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008458F6E
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For Mephisto, Molly challenged everything he thought he wanted. He never imagined he'd envy another master's relationship with his slave girl. -- until Mephisto spent a week with Molly.
The Mephisto in this book is the one we'd only glimpsed from the other. I commented in my review of the first book (to which I gave three stars) that I thought Mephisto was who he was - non apologetic, clear, without any ambiguity. So to read the events of that week Molly spent with him from his point of view is just an amazing thing - a unique viewpoint or lens through which to see what happened and, most importantly, why.
After this one I still am not a fan of Molly. I feel like she has some major (!) issues in her past that make her feel as if she needs some sort of redemption or she needs to hide from who she is. Yet here you do not get a feeling that she truly is this empty, hollow shell that is presented. You get glimpses, as Mephisto notes, of who she was, who she could be, but then they disappear back into the complete annihilation of Molly herself. That she has chosen it, for me, never made a difference. The key is that you need to make choices in a frame of mind that understands consequences and I did not and do not feel she made her choices in that environment. In fact her environment influenced her choices to a massive degree. Molly could as easily have chosen to immerse herself in a fanatical religion or cult as to be a slave - the end result being the same. This is clear from the alcohol/drugs issues.
Although I appreciate the sadist in Mephisto (which is sublime) I was never left with a feeling I'd want him as a Master or Sir myself. Those of you who like things like orgasm denial and torture (continually being brought to the point of orgasm and denied), gang bang style slave sharing (if sharing is the right word..perhaps giving?) and if you enjoy D/s with heavy TPE this will fit you better. Although I love pain and would most likely be called a pain slut (only by those who do not know me as I don't appreciate being called slut in any way) this is truly a slave and not submissive relationship so getting five stars from me is a pretty big feat (as I tend to stay away from consensual slave type books)
Molly is slave to her Master. One week he has to fly to New York for a business trip, so he decides to lend her to Mephisto to watch over her. Mephisto is only glad to help him out, only because he’s had feelings for Molly for the longest time.
The week is filled with orgasms, but for Mephisto. There are many nights where she is locked in a cage with a chastity harness on, red welts on her tiny, curvaceous a**.
This short novella is, as I said, essentially Club Mephisto, but in Mephisto’s point of view. I normally don’t like these types of stories, as I feel like I’m reading the same story twice. I did LOVE Club Mephisto, but not enough to read it twice. It really did feel like I was reading the same story twice.
It was interesting though, getting inside Mephisto’s head, getting to read about his intimate conversations with Clayton, Molly’s master. You get to really understand what goes on in the head of a fetish club owner and master.
Four stars for Molly’s Lips. I am in love with this series and have already started on Burn for You, the last book in the series. I am once again in love, reading all through the day.
Great story, Mephisto's perspective of their time together.
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