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Note from Red Phoenix:
The end of Brie's journey into the art of submission has finally come. It seems like only yesterday that Brie got the card from Sir inviting her to the Submissive Training Center. Now it is the last week and Brie's graduation day.
The burning question on everyone's mind: "Who will Brie choose for her Master?"
I promise a thrilling read and humbly ask that you NOT take a peek at the ending. To fully enjoy the finale you must join Brie on her final week.
Hang on though; it is going to be a bumpy and exciting ride!
Brie Bows to Her Master
The final week at the Submissive Training Center has arrived! Join Brie as she encounters challenging sessions crafted specifically for her - five extraordinary days of training and pleasure. Her graduation includes interviews with potential Doms, but things get horribly complicated for Brie. The determined little sub will experience heartbreak, betrayal, and true love in this fitting ending to the series.
An exciting and unexpected finale completes Brie’s journey into submission. Brie Bows to Her Master is a roller coaster ride you won’t soon forget.
Brie, Lea, and Mary are about to experience their last week at the Submissive Training Center. The friends embrace it with a sense of humor and excitement, unaware that the final week involves individual lessons with each of the five trainers. Can Brie handle Ms. Clark’s instruction? Will her heart survive when Sir takes her out on a private outing? As graduation approaches, things unravel forcing her to make an unexpected choice. Which Dom will earn Brie’s devotion and become Master of her heart?
Adult Material (18+)
Warning: This book contains sexually explicit content and scenes that some readers may find objectionable.