Mercy by Lucian Bane
As a sadomasochist, Sade simply needs to get and give torment in sensible and to some degree legitimate measurements.
All Mercy needs is to stroll in her dad’s strides – a man who relinquished everything to spare her from an existence of manhandle and enduring.
At the point when Mercy finds an envelope on her doorstep driving her to Sade, the outcome is an impact of torment and leniency.
For Sade, Mercy’s benevolence is sweet for his perversion, and her quality has his masochism hot and asking. Misusing both for his own pleasure is his arrangement until he understands that Mercy has her own particular diversion. What’s more, playing it requires something he’s never had.