Northern Ireland city of Belfast.
a woman submit to him creates. He doesn’t date, he doesn’t commit. He works hard
as an architect by day, and demands control over his submissives in his
downtime. Melody Anderson is a 26-year-old college student who is about to
change all that.
idea where it will lead. Alex finds her profile compelling, and on their first
meeting in the oldest bar in Belfast makes the suggestion that she should
submit to him. Enthralled by where this could lead, Mel agrees, and the pair
find themselves bound together in submission and dominance.
enough, and he yearns to make their relationship more, but a dark shadow from
Alex’s past looms menacingly on the horizon.
it all end in tragedy?
contains graphic language, and therefore is not suitable for under 18’s.
certainly been the experience for Alex and Mel. Fear drove them away from each
other, and tragedy almost tore them apart forever.
right where Lex’s Melody left off, and this time we get to hear the tale
through their own words in this first person narrative.
future together that they both deserve, or will old fears be renewed and
threaten to pull them apart again?
have the scars, nightmares, and panic attacks to prove it. I never would have
believed, all those years ago, that Oliver Watson would have been my worst
nightmare. I’m not sorry that he’s dead. I’m just sorry that it wasn’t at my
hand. I hate him. I hate what he did to me. I hate what he has taken from me.
More than anything, I hate him for taking the coward’s way out. He was supposed
to rot in prison for his crimes, not leave me to be the only one to face what
learned so much about myself. The thing that I’ve learned most is just how
strong I can be, but as strong as I am, without my friends, I wouldn’t be here.
I’ve learned that friends can be your lifelines, friends can be your support,
friends can be your saviours, and sometimes, they might just save your
storyline is a rape survivor’s retelling of their story, and as such may cause
distress. While acts of violence are depicted, it is vital to the main premise
of being able to move on with hope.