My girl would do anything for her master.
And she’s willing to play my little game.
One Night. All the domination she can handle.
Only, I gave her more than she bargained for.
You know what they say: Don’t hate the player. Hate the game.
“Beg for it,” he said. Three simple words was all it took for my life to change forever.
I thought he was joking. He was so arrogant, kissing me at the party like that. He told me he wanted me more than anything in the world. And when I saw his smirk disappear from his face, I knew that he was serious. After that, we both knew what was going to happen.
One kiss leads to another. Suddenly, he’s in my room. His strong body takes over me. I’m one-hundred-percent in his control. He stirs up feelings in me that I didn’t know were possible. Then he brought out the ropes, the chains, and the handcuffs. How was I know to know how bad he actually was?
It was supposed to be a one night stand. But then came the morning sickness. Then the panic ensued. Now, I’m pregnant with the most famous athlete in the world’s baby. And guess what? He won’t return a single phone call.
Just as I was starting to have feelings, he disappeared without a trace.
I hate Lawrence Jones with a passion. But he does things to me without even trying. Things that can’t be explained. That’s why I can’t let him go.
She was the most innocent woman at the party. She sat under the spotlight, waiting for someone to talk to her. I had to console her. I had to hold her. In that moment, I knew I had to claim her.
She must have known what she was getting herself into. I’m a billionaire player. I’m rich and powerful. That means I always get what I want. I couldn’t help myself. One look at her body was all I needed.
She would have given me anything that I asked for. Domination was never out of the question. ….but a baby? Sh*t. I didn’t know we’d go that far.
I messed up big time. I knocked her up. I left town. I let everyone around me down. Now, she wants nothing to do with me. But I want to prove I can be the man she’s always dreamt of being with.
When I left, everything fell apart. Now, I’m coming back for her and my son.