At twelve pages long, this is an ultra short story. But it's a pretty good one. It's all about the thought processes behind the first time one is given an idea (such as being walked on a leash), carrying through to it happening for the first time, and then being told how much farther it can be taken. Such a simple concept, and it's perfect for a short story.
Here's the blurb:
When the next door neighbors ask Dean to walk their dog while they're away Dean is happy to help out. Spencer is equally happy when Dean's playful game with a dog leash leads to something far more intense than Spencer had bargained for.
I had just a bit of trouble with the head hopping on this one, so I had to backtrack to figure out who was thinking what. Not a huge problem, but something I don't expect from this author.
- Bondage and Discipline: 0 of 3
- Dominance and Submission: 2 of 3
- Sadism and Masochism: 1 of 3
- Book Rating: Walking Spencer: 8 of 10
- BDSM Intensity Level: 2 of 10
- Heat Level: 3 of 5