Adrift in the Embers (The Game #7) Read Online Cara Dee

Categories Genre: BDSM, Erotic, M-M Romance, Romance, Suspense Tags Authors: Series: The Game Series by Cara Dee

Total pages in book: 109
Estimated words: 106065 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 530(@200wpm)___ 424(@250wpm)___ 354(@300wpm)

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Adrift in the Embers (The Game #7)

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Cara Dee

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Join Little Corey on his journey out of the fire, away from the crippling doubt and uncertainties, and into the healing, adrenaline-inducing, sweet, filthy, and safe embrace of three men starting to realize their dynamic might not be complete just yet.
On a bad day, I blamed my stupid, damaged, autistic brain. No one forced me to be with him. No one forced me to accept what he told me. That I was difficult. Difficult to handle, difficult to please…heck, even difficult to go out to dinner with, considering all my texture issues. On a bad day, I believed every word he said. I was lucky to have him. I loved him so, so much for putting up with me. I was gonna leave my friends and family behind, move with him to Denver, and we were going to be happy together forever.
Then Master Greer opened his big mouth, and I didn’t know what to believe anymore. He was my friend, my favorite Sadist in the whole world, and he was dating two amazing men who were also saying stuff that was painful to hear. Like, I wasn’t difficult at all. Like, the man who was supposed to protect me, love me, and take care of me in our Daddy/Little relationship was in reality abusing me.
I started having good days thanks to them. Good, bewildering, mind-numbing, eye-opening, very good days. It was just extremely important I didn’t get confused by their kindness. They opened up their home to me as an act of friendship. Nothing more, nothing less. As soon as I felt better, I’d be on my way again.
The Game Series is a BDSM series where romance meets the reality of kink. Sometimes we fall for someone we don’t match with, sometimes vanilla business gets in the way of kinky pleasure, and sometimes we have to compromise and push ourselves to overcome trauma and insecurities. No matter what, one thing is certain. This is not a perfect world—and maybe that’s why the happily ever after feels so good.
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The Game Series Series by Cara Dee

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Cara Dee


Corey Cruz

“What’re you going to do first thing on Monday?”

I scratched my ear and felt my nose twitch. There was something about the smell in Denver.

“Probably go to the bathroom,” I answered frankly. We drove past big factories and plants; maybe they were responsible for the poop smell. “I can’t have breakfast before I’ve peed.”

Daddy sighed and switched lanes. We were almost at the airport. “You’re going to call a real estate agent,” he reminded me.

Oh, right. Yeah. To get my place on the market.

Funny how I’d never really liked my little condo, but now when I was evidently moving to Denver, I wanted to cling to it.

I looked down at my headphones resting in my lap and rubbed my forehead. “I have a headache again, Daddy.”

“You can buy painkillers at the airport.”

That was true, but it wouldn’t treat the core issue, just the symptom. I should not have spent the past two weeks in and out of regression as heavily as I had. Daddy knew I couldn’t resist that mental space, even when it hurt me.

He used to claim that big-boy decisions shouldn’t be made in my Little space, and it’d been a semi-vacation full of decisions. Days of being little, evenings of being Daddy’s partner in a suit, nights of being little again. Bleck.

I’d been happy for my Daddy when he told me he’d gotten his dream job here. I just hadn’t realized everything would change so quickly and mostly without my input.

It didn’t feel good.

“Are you going to Mclean tomorrow?” he asked.

“I think so.” I nodded. “I wanna see my friends while I can.”

“You’ll make new ones out here.”

I guess.

That part hurt the most. We were involved in the best kink community in the whole wide world right outside DC. Like, we had our own kink mansion! A huge, three-story Victorian house painted black—because Sadists thought that color would make it look more like a haunted mansion, which, in turn, would scare us. They were funny sometimes.

We had everything there. Playrooms, guest rooms, barbecue area, pool, hot tubs, our own nightclub… Seclusion. The mansion was surrounded by a little forest and then nothing but fields.

I released a breath and peered out the window, and I scratched off some smudge from the glass with my finger.

How could I say goodbye to all my friends?

I had a week to figure it out. One week, and then Daddy would come back to get started on the move. He had work stuff and meetings to attend to now while I went home. He would probably buy a house too. He’d taken me to some showings this week once it was settled and he knew the job was his.

I wasn’t impressed or interested, but I had to be a good boy for Daddy. What kind of submissive was I if I didn’t want to please him?

Closing my eyes for a beat, I tried to breathe calmly through the throbbing of the headache. It felt like the pain wanted to pulse its way out of my skull.

I shouldn’t have regressed so much, I shouldn’t have regressed so much. The mental strain was bordering on overwhelming, and I was constantly being pulled between two mental states. Being little was as effortless as falling off a cliff, and then I had to grunt and push and force myself up again to be adult.

The thing I didn’t understand either was that I didn’t normally suffer from this big of a disconnect. My regression usually didn’t run deep, nor did I regress into a version of myself I couldn’t relate to—usually, usually, usually. Because I didn’t like it. But now I was basically sharing my body with another person. Crazy. It had to be unhealthy. No balance, no structure, no sense of home.

This hadn’t started in Denver, though, if I was honest with myself. It’d started this spring, before I left Daddy for my annual travels to visit family.

I should call Mom once I got through security.

When I opened my eyes again, I could see the airport.

Or tentport, as I’d called it when we’d landed here two weeks ago. What city built an airport out of big tents? Denver, that’s what.

Talk about smoking too much weed if that was their most brilliant idea.

Lane would love it here. He smoked weed sometimes.

“Lane will probably like visiting us.” Maybe if I tried to see the good things about this move, I’d hate it less.

“I’m sure he will,” Daddy chuckled. “If he finds his way to his gate.”

I snickered.

My cousin was not a fan of Dulles. These days, if he couldn’t fly out of National, he didn’t fly at all. Just a few months ago, when Mom and I had flown to Copenhagen straight from Dulles, Lane had opted to depart from National, land in New York, and then fly to Copenhagen.