Ebook giveaway: How to Train Your Dom in Five Easy Steps by Josephine Myles [CONTEST CLOSED]

Congrats to Little Bear, who won Encore (The Replacement Guitarist #4) by Lori Toland!

Congrats to Ineztey G, who won A Twist and Two Balls by Clare London!

Many thanks to Josephine Myles for donating an ebook copy of her forthcoming m/m romance, How to Train Your Dom in Five Easy Steps, for a lucky commenter to win! How to Train Your Dom in Five Easy Steps will be released by Samhain Publishing on September 23.

Sometimes the little head really does know best.

Jeff White’s needs are simple. All he wants is a submissive to help him explore the dominant side that his ex-girlfriend couldn’t handle. Problem is, inexperience in both dating and domming has resulted in a string of rejections.

What he needs is an experienced sub willing to show him the ins and outs of controlling a scene. Unfortunately, the only one willing to take him on is male, and Jeff is straight. One hundred percent, never-gonna-happen straight.

Easygoing painslut Eddie Powell doesn’t care that Jeff is younger, working class, and shorter. Eddie likes a bit of rough, and Jeff fits the bill perfectly. The trick will be convincing him to follow Eddie’s five-step training programme – which would be easy if Eddie wasn’t starting to have feelings for the rough-around-the-edges landscaper.

Once Jeff lays his hands on Eddie, things definitely get out of hand. But it’ll take more than hot, sweaty, kinky sex to persuade him to come out of the closet – especially to himself.

Warning: Contains a happy sub, a confused Dom, a high ratio of sex to plot, misuse of root ginger, and a suitcase of kink. Written in Jo’s usual exceedingly “English” English.

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About Jo

Eccentric Englishwoman, absent-minded mother, proud bisexual, shameless tea-addict, serial textile craft hobbyist, iconoclastic logophile and writer of homoerotic romance – Josephine Myles is all these things at once. She has held down more different jobs than any sane person ever should, and is fundamentally rebellious, preferring the overgrown yet enticing path rather than the wide and obvious one.

Jo once spent two years living on a slowly decaying narrowboat, and was determined that she would one day use the experience as fodder for a novel. It may have taken a few years, but she got there in the end. She usually does.

She lives in rural Somerset, in the West Country of England, with her husband and four year old daughter. Currently self-employed, she gave up a career teaching English Literature to look after her daughter, who has Down’s Syndrome. When she isn’t working, writing or spending time with friends and family, she bakes cakes and attempts to finish off some of the textile projects she has started, with varying degrees of success. She can occasionally be spotted wearing her creations, as no one else will.

In her short stories Jo is particularly interested in exploring how characters react in the heat of the moment, and what they reveal about their deepest desires and insecurities. She most enjoys writing contemporary tales about unconventional men overcoming their fears through love, but ventures into sci-fi and paranormal when her muse insists. He can be a right difficult bastard at times.

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“Sure, you can tell me all about your petty little problems that I won’t care about.” -Chaos

44 thoughts on “Ebook giveaway: How to Train Your Dom in Five Easy Steps by Josephine Myles [CONTEST CLOSED]”

  1. Ooh, Chaos is totally pulling off a Mr Darcy look there! 🙂

    Put my name in the hat for this one, please.

  2. So regal, as only a cat can show.

    I have everything Jo Myles has written.
    PLEASE count me in. Thanks.

  3. Considering how much I’ve been looking forward to this book (originally thought that it came out 23 AUGUST and was SO HAPPY when that day finally came … no book -.-) please, PLEASE count me in!

  4. How To Train Your Human Slave in 5 Steps – Step 3 To get the food you want to eat – turn your nose up at all generic brands, then stare disdainfully at your slaves and their guests, especially those who are of nervous disposition. If this fails, go and find a neighbour who will feel sorry for a starving cat & feed you cooked chicken, then return home, still ignoring the food and lay down with your back to your slaves. Guaranteed the slaves will now go to the shops and come back with array of food to tempt their starving cat, but careful not to go to far as they make take you to ‘V**’ or give you the evil tablet of doom!

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