Title: Untouchable, Book #2 of the Elite Doms of Washington series
Authors name/Pen name: Elizabeth SaFleur
Genre: Contemporary steamy romance (BDSM elements)
Release Date: Untouchable: April 3, available for pre-order at discount of $2.99
(July 3 release date)
Wealthy, Washington DC attorney, Carson Drake, is fascinated by public relations princess, London Chantelle. But hidden secrets and workplace conspiracy could crush this alpha male's special weekend and his only chance at real love.
With fiery exchanges in the workplace, public relations princess, London Chantelle, intrigues and provokes the alpha male in wealthy attorney Carson Drake. He'd like to bend her over his knees--among other things. Outside the office, an unexpected meeting at a local BDSM club suggests she is the ideal candidate for a weekend of sensual submissive pleasure. Mistrustful yet fascinated, London agrees to his proposal. Finally, she can satisfy her unwanted, darker longings. Their passionate weekend stuns them both and London wants more of Carson Drake and his firm handling. But the assumptions each hold about love threaten their budding relationship—even more than a blackmailing co-worker and London’s long-buried secrets.
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Elizabeth SaFleur is an erotic romance author and recovering public relations practitioner who writes, tweets and posts under a pseudonym since her former business clients might be shocked at her new career choice. She wrote the Elite Doms of Washington contemporary erotic romance series after a thirty-year career serving D.C. clients. Today Elizabeth shares twenty-eight, wildlife-filled acres in Virginia with her husband and dog. Elizabeth is a member of the Romance Writers Association and the Washington Romance Writers. Her first novelette, Holiday Ties, has been nominated for a BDSM Writers Con Golden Flogger Award.
Google+ profile: google.com/+ElizabethSaFleur
The Elite Doms’ Guide to Washington, D.C.: Sexy and Sensual Places The Locals Recommend
Washington, D.C. is more than our nation’s capital and seat of our federal government. A whole lot of living, loving and, ahem, playing goes on in the District of Columbia. The Elite Doms are a group of Dominants who regularly partake in some of the more special benefits of living in a town where almost anything can happen.
Let’s forget the usual tourist places, like the Smithsonian, and concentrate on a few hidden spots that the locals would recommend. Where would a wealthy, Dominant take someone to impress them? Or, perhaps have their way with them? Read on . . .
Lavish. That’s the only word to describe this former home to heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post. The expansive, 25 acre estate, museum and gardens will impress even the most cynical Washingtonian (or visitor). Tucked into a quiet Washington neighborhood abutting Rock Creek Park, Hillwood is a respite from the hustle and bustle of D.C. The museum offers world-class Russian imperial art and French decorative arts as well as many showings of Miss Merriweather Post’s private collections. Visit in May or June, if you can, and stroll through the beautiful, well-manicured gardens. You might stumble upon lovers in one of the many hidden alcoves—even a few you might recognize.
The Mandarin Oriental hotel and spa is one of the more exclusive and expensive venues in Washington. An Elite Dom would put his visitors up at the Mandarin, and perhaps book a few spa appointments for his guests. The restaurants, Muze and the lobby-facing Empress Lounge, offer fantastic food. Only the service beats the dining. Expect to return to your room after dinner to find a set of slippers by your bed, soft music playing on the TV, and a bottle of water on the nightstand. That’s the kind of luxury a Dominant expects.
Try to book this room for unparalleled views of the Potomac and memorials:
If you don’t want to dine while you’re staying at the Mandarin Oriental, try one of Washington’s finest restaurants, Plume. Their wine list alone is special, designed to please Thomas Jefferson if he were still alive today. Most people would choose to book this table:
An Elite Dom would choose the one below instead. Can you see why? (Hint: Imagine wandering hands under that tablecloth.)
After dinner, nothing is more romantic than strolling around the Tidal Basin to end up at the Jefferson Memorial, especially around 8 p.m. on a summer weekday evening when it’s less crowded. (If you go during the day expect tourists. Lots and lots of tourists.) But if you go later at night, you may catch Untouchable’s hero, Carson Drake, strolling about. He often visits to read this inscription:
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, that to secure these rights governments are instituted among men.”
-Excerpted from the Declaration of Independence, 1776
Harold Black (an intimate speakeasy)
I’m probably going to get spanked for sharing the semi-secret speakeasy in Eastern Market, Harold Black. But you won’t tell anyone, will you?
After dinner and a stroll, head over to this hidden bar for a nightcap. The venue offers darkened lighting, private alcoves, and discreet staff. They also take their cocktails very seriously. It’s perfect for a romantic tryst, which is why it’s a favorite spot of Carson’s. Unmarked and intimate, one can get away from prying eyes and gossip here. No cell phones are allowed at the bar, either.
(Harold Black is so secretive, they don’t have a web site.)
Harold Black’s interior
Harold Black’s door
· Even work-centered Washingtonians like to play. There’s no better place to let loose your inner James Bond than the Spy Museum. Expect to spend many hours here where you can let your inner alpha take over (or pretend to be the damsel in distress?). Visit on a weekday, and be sure to check out The Aston Martin DB5 from Bond film, In addition to exhibitions, this museum offers interactive experiences where you can pretend to save the world. Afterward you can stop into the Spy Museum Store and purchase your very own tools of the espionage trade.
Elizabeth is giving away a HUGE amount of goodies! 12 winners will have their chance to win these amazing prizes!
--$50 Victoria’s Secret gift card
--Five e-copies of Lovely, Book #1 of the Elite Doms series, contemporary erotic fiction
--One purple, Lelo-brand silk blindfold
--Four Trapp Fragrances votive candles in sexy cinnamon scent
--One Trapp Fragrances sexy cinnamon-scented room freshener