Never Let Me Go

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Title: Never Let Me Go


Author: Elaine White

Publisher: Self Published

Published: August, 20th

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Length: 276 Pages

Keywords : Young Adult, D/s, bdsm,

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We were everything to each other, once. Now we're basically strangers. The most I get from Bradley, as we pass in the hall, is a glare or a shove against the lockers.

The problem is that I don't mind.

I'd do anything, be anything and give anything, to be with him. Even if he is arrogant, crass, and the sexiest man in school. He's also dominant. Over me. Only me. And I love it.

I was waiting for graduation. Until we'd left school and the constant rules, the judgments and gossip. I was waiting until I had the guts to ask Bradley to be my Dom for real. Forever.

I just never expected him to make the first move.

Warning: be prepared for no explicit content, teen drama, snark galore, and a whole lot of tension between strong Dom/sub personalities. These boys know who they are and they aren't about to hide it.


Exclusive Author Interview


What can you tell me about yourself?

I'm an author and reader equally, because I'm a firm believer in that you can't be an author if you don't read. I always find that I'm inspired by the most surprising things, so I love to keep all avenues open, when it comes to being creative.

I'm a geek, with a fandom and book obsession and a mild collector's problem. I am not a hoarder, though I'm pretty sure I would be if I had the money to afford it. Books don't count.

I've got an addiction personality, so when I write then I usually write a lot. When I edit, I edit a few books in a row and, similarly, when I read, I tend to read for about two weeks straight. It's the way I function; I get in the mood for something and just keep following that mood until it breaks.


Where do you see yourself five years from now?

Hopefully still writing. Maybe a little fitter and slimmer? That would be great. Being disabled means that it's hard to beat the medication-induced weight, and being a writer who sits for 90% of my day really doesn't help. I'm trying to break some bad habits this year, so my hope is that they're completely broken 5 years from now. I should, at least, have made a decent headway into getting more books published and more books off my TBR. Right now, like every other day, reading and writing is my main priority.


What are you working on at the minute?

I've got a lot of projects on the go, right now, but I'm currently writing (what I think is) a really cute story about a male nanny. It's called Unmasked and it's 18+. It's all about Bennett, who is out of work and takes a recommendation to become a nanny, since he has the interest and the academic credits to do it. What he doesn't expect is for the father interviewing him to be the same man he had a one night stand with just a short time before. The ensuing chaos has been really fun to write, since I don't really add kids to my 18+ stories that much. They've certainly made it far more interesting.


Do you let the book stew – leave it for a month and then come back to it to edit?

I'm a weird writer. I don't seem to fit any of the stereotypes or 'styles' that others do. After a book is completed, I let it sit for a few weeks or months then come back to edit it, then leave it for a few more months before editing it again and again and again. I like to do about 10 edits before I submit it to any publishers, just because I know I struggle with editing and want it to be perfect. But when it comes to writing a book, there are times when I hit a block and reading back what I've already written is the only way to keep going, but there are also times when I zip straight through from page one to The End without stopping and don't edit it for months. I especially like to do this if I'm going to be writing a series one after the other. Then I'll stop at the end or when I get stuck, to go back and refresh what's happened before.


For your own reading, do you prefer e-books or traditional paper/hard back books?

Definitely e-books. I have weak muscles and nerves in my hands/wrists/arms, so holding a paperback or hardback can be far too painful to do it too often. I'm a sucker for a good bargain, though, so if I can get a paperback or hardback cheaper than the e-book, to suit my budget, I'll definitely not hesitate to buy it. It just means that I have to plan my reading of that book for when I know I won't be doing much else.





“You're gripping your brush too tight and pressing too hard on the canvas. Here.” Releasing his waist, Bradley moved his right hand into position, pulling it back from the canvas just an inch, while moving the brush barely half an inch, until he held it much more loosely.


“What are you doing, exactly?” he asked, blinking away the fog of his mind in an attempt to make sense.

Bradley smirked and leaned in closer to press his lips just a breath away from his cheek. “Be gentle. The brush is an extension of yourself. Hold it as gently as you'd want me to hold your cock,” he whispered, sending a shiver up his spine.


Rory knew better than to fall for it, but he couldn't keep his mouth shut. He licked his lips, almost licking Bradley's in the process. “But I like a strong grip. You should know that better than anyone,” he confessed, unafraid of admitting that fact. Only to Bradley. Though it usually frustrated him and was one of the only things he was actually ashamed of, he didn't mind telling Bradley the truth.


Laughing, his crush brushed an all too brief kiss against the shell of his ear. “Soon, cupcake. Very soon,” he promised, before backing away and removing all contact.


His nerves shaking so much that he splattered paint on his shoes, Rory plopped down on his stool and stared unseeing at the canvas before him.


Bradley had touched him. He hadn't just touched him, he'd implied that it was going to happen again. time, it would be much more intimate.









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 Author Bio


Elaine White is the author of multi-genre romance, covering everything from paranormal, crime and contemporary. Growing up in a small town and fighting cancer in her early teens taught her that life is short and dreams should be pursued. Living vicariously through her independent, and often hellion characters, she lives comfortably at home with a pack of wolves cleverly disguised as one standard poodle.


The Winner of two Watty Awards – Collector's Dream (An Unpredictable Life) and Hidden Gem (Faithfully) – and an Honourable Mention in 2016's Rainbow Awards (A Royal Craving) she has explored the worlds of multiple genres but remains a romantic at heart. A self-professed geek, Elaine has fallen in love with reading and writing LGBT romance, offering diversity in both genre and character within her stories.

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