Club Mephisto (Mephisto Series Book 1) – Kindle edition by Annabel Joseph. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. When her Master’s business calls him away on a weeklong trip, he arranges to leave her in the care of Mephisto, the owner of a thriving local BDSM club. Club Mephisto By Annabel Joseph – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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Each scene is drawn to be shocking at first in its brutality, but then its meaning and goal becomes clear, and shows Molly growing as a character and a submissive. They were all good reads.

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Oh, how wrong she is! So in this novel, you also acquire information about Mephisto’s and Clayton’s thinking. View all 10 comments. Oh, and to make sure she will have another man to abuse her in case her Master should kick the bucket. How to write a great review. I enjoyed the story and will definitely be reading the others. See all 58 reviews. Molly finds herself immersed in a world of strict commands, pervasive sex, and creative torments.

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My advice is that even if you do not completely love this book keep going. Club Mephisto by Annabel Joseph series Mephisto 1. The truth was that I didn’t acually expect it to be quite as heavy as it was. I’m now looking forward to reading the final part of the story Burn for You and finding out what happens next.


I almost felt like Molly’s masters saw her as a thing and not a person. But please know, it is a very controversial book and many people will read this and rightfully so hate Mephisto. We appreciate your feedback. Preview — Club Mephisto c,ub Annabel Joseph. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.

They were a perfect fit and Molly slipped easily and comfortably into the role of subjugated slave. I found this book extremely disturbing. It was a bit overwhelming and I just couldn’t connect with the main character, Molly. I actually didn’t write this review until I had read the other two parts of the trilogy. clhb

Club Mephisto Series by Annabel Joseph

But in this book a Master Clayton gives his slave to a friend and club owner, Mephisto, for a week while he is away. She writes mainly contemporary romance, although she has been known to dabble in the medieval and Regency eras. At the end of book one, I wouldn’t have laid odds that Rounds out the first installment The kink in the first book in this series left me squeamish, but I was intrigued to see the other point of view, and the quality of the writing encouraged me to continue.

No library descriptions found. They just didn’t feel right.

Total Power Exchange is just not my cup of tea. About how Mephisto sees in her and his play time with her was really mephisho but intriguing.

Write a customer review. Other books in the series. I’d never really considered what a burden it must be for a Master to have someone so completely dependent on them all of the time, as much as they are the one who gets to make all the decisions they must also always have the slave’s best interests at heart and make sure that they are safe and cared for. Whatever you do don’t read Molly’s Lips until after you’ve read Club Mephisto though – this is a retelling of the original book but dlub a josepg perspective and it really is best to hear Molly’s side of things before you get Mephisto’s.


Trivia About Club Mephisto Cl I really don’t know what appalled me the most about it and honestly, I would rather not relive it. This is not an easy read and not for the weak at heart.

At times this book was hard for me to read, the level of submission took me a bit out of my psychological comfort zone even though it was just through the process of reading a fictional story.

Cage play, I get. I Agree This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and if not signed in for advertising. For me this was a huge improvement factor in the reading experience.