BDSM Kinkaversary Blog Tour – Conflicted by Karen Nappa Feature

I have the absolute pleasure of participating in the tour hosted by the group BDSM on Goodreads, as a part of their 12th anniversary celebration.


What she wants is casual club play, what she needs is firm hands to love and discipline her

Sassy and independent Ruby doesn’t trust men, but she enjoys playing at Club Indigo. She revels in the thrill and attention, whether it’s doing a scene with switch Bob or getting tied by Bakushi Will. When a new Master joins the club, she is instantly attracted to the African American hottie but also conflicted.
Can she trust a man to choose her and what if she can’t choose herself? Does she have to?


Released: January, 28, 2021

Author’s Note: Conflicted is a full-length steamy menage romance with lots of club play and no cliff-hanger. Book seven in the Club Indigo series includes BDSM, explicit language and sex scenes and is intended for a mature audience. Although the stories can be read and enjoyed independently, recurring characters and events from previous novels are mentioned. One-click for a sassy submissive who’s determined to play casual at the club and the men who will fight for her heart.

~ Excerpt ~

Ruby stopped nodding when the meaning of his words registered. “Us?” she exclaimed earning a chuckle from Will and an indulgent smile from Nathan.

“Yes, spitfire,” Will sounded satisfied. “Us.”

“Ah. O–Okay. Yes, Sir. Ah, Sirs.” Scrambling for words she bobbed her head.

When Nathan and Will walked towards the stairs, Ruby followed both men through the club with a fluttering stomach. “But what? I mean. How? Ah, where?”

“Is that something for you to worry about?” Will glanced back over his shoulder with a stern expression.

“Yes! Ah … no. Damn it, I just want to know.” With an effort she refrained from stomping her foot.

“Do we need to gag you?” Nathan fisted her hair from behind and pulled her head back.

Ruby squeaked and her eyes widened. She wasn’t sure how Will would react. Truth to be told, she didn’t really know how she felt. The words died on the tip of her tongue.

Will let out a heartly laugh. “Way to go, partner. It’s not an easy feat to shut her up.”

Partner? Where did that come from?

Nathan leaned in and pressed an upside-down kiss on her lips. Their position should have made it awkward but even like this his skilled lips teased a response from her, and her eyes fluttered closed as she enjoyed the sweep of his tongue and the caresses of his lips.

When Nathan lifted his head and eased the grip on her hair, she expected him to release her, but he didn’t let go. Instead, he cradled the back of her skull and over her head the guys seemed to have a silent conversation.

Will’s face split into a huge grin and he stepped into her personal space. When he bent and ravished her mouth, she moaned and softened. Kissed senseless by one man and held in place by the other made her libido jump and wave pompoms like a high school cheerleader. Will’s touch was different from Nathan’s, who teased and coaxed. The detective Dom ploughed ahead with a determined mind and voracity that had her breathless, and he was equally skilled.

When he let go of their lip lock, Ruby was thankful for the support from the hard male body behind her. Some women might have gotten overwhelmed with two dominant and large males surrounding her, but Ruby felt invigorated and cherished.

Will stared at her with lust-darkened eyes and blatantly adjusted himself in his black denims. Behind her, Nathan’s pelvis pressed against her lower back showing he was equally aroused.

Will stroked the backs of his hands over her protruding nipples and Nathan shifted his grip from her hair to her nape. She couldn’t process any coherent thought, couldn’t speak, and a shudder ran down her spine.

When Nathan whispered, “not a sound from you, unless it’s your safeword,” she nodded mutely and obediently followed them up the stairs into the medical room.

Karen Nappa – Conflicted

Karen Nappa writes Seasoned BDSM Romance with HEA. Their growing library includes TRAPPED (a D/s story), and CHERISHED (an age play story). Now, they’ve embarked on a completely new adventure in the Appalachian hills of Ohio – THE QUINN QUARTET.

Immersed in the D/s lifestyle themselves, they write realistic albeit romantic stories. When not dominated by their cats or their Master (in that order – even if it earns them a spanking!), they love going to Club Indigo and other places to discover the stories that are waiting to be written.

When not texting, skyping or writing together the American half likes to spin yarn and make quilts, while the Dutch “partner in crime” prefers to go for a run while listening to heavy metal.

April 11th, 2019 will be a date they will always remember. Not only was it the day their debut Trapped (Club Indigo 1) was released, it also was the day that the two halves of Karen Nappa met in person. 

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Karen Nappa is the author of the Club Indigo Series:
Trapped (Club Indigo 1)
Trusted (Club Indigo 2)
Appreciated (Club Indigo 3)
Cherished (Club Indigo 4)
Blinded (Club Indigo 5)
United (Club Indigo 6)
Conflicted (Club Indigo 7)

And The Quinn Quartet:
Healing Jacob’s Heart (The Quinn Quartet 0.5)
Delving Deep (The Quinn Quartet 1)
Lou’s Discovery (The Quinn Quartet 1.5)
Finding Trouble (The Quinn Quartet 2) – coming soon

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