The Submission of Alistair Ingram Blog Tour


Movie star Alistair Ingram strolled into Dolls & Doms private men’s club in Las Vegas for his bachelor party and limped out with a torn shirt, red welts covering his chest and a broken engagement splashed all over the pages of every celebrity magazine in the country.

A session with club Dominatrix, Black Betty, will do that to a man.

With Alistair’s manager breathing down his neck and Black Betty’s abusive ex-husband alerted to where she’s been hiding for the past ten years, there’s only one thing to do:


And get the hell out of Las Vegas.

But the real ruse is on Alistair and Black Betty, because despite both of their best efforts, they’ve gotten under each other’s skin. Can their explicit dance of domination and submission end in anything other than disaster?

THE SUBMISSION OF ALISTAIR INGRAM  is the first in a novella series from, where erotic tales from the Dolls & Doms private men’s club are told in weekly episodes.

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rating: 5–public bathrooms have many uses–stars

I loved the story of Black Betty and Alistair from the beginning–when they were weekly episodes on Kelli’s Dolls and Doms website.  I looked forward to reading the latest episode each week and just like I was addicted to these weekly episodes I was also addicted to this novella.  This story is a combination of steam and romance. **sigh**

Black Betty is a Dominatrix at a local private men’s club on the strip in Las Vegas. She is the best of the best and was working a private bachelor party for a Hollywood actor–Alistair Ingram.   Alistair Ingram–the hot actor–who is celebrating his soon to be nuptials to actress Heather Winston. Being the man of the night he is treated to some one-on-one attention from Black Betty.

Their chemistry is immediate but Black Betty and this throws Betty. She is used to maintain control in the club and Alistair throws all that control out the door. By the end of their private session Betty has broken several club rules and in the light of day must deal with the consequences. Those consequences can prove to be both harmful and damaging to both Betty and Alistair.

Called into work because of her antics the next day Betty comes face to face with Alistair and an extremely upset boss. Faced with the real possibility of losing her job Betty decides to help Alistair smooth over the very public repercussions of last night’s antics. What neither of them realize when they agree to their “plan” is that Black Betty’s past would come back to threaten and harm her.

Alistair brings her back to Hollywood and as their relationship takes off it is almost immediately tested and strained by the Hollywood industry, Alistair’s fiancé, Betty’s past and the damaged that it did to her self-esteem and trust.  Alistair is very protective of her and wants to take care of her. Betty struggles with maintaining the independence and control that she worked so hard to gain that she feels that Alistair is trying to smother her. Will Betty be able to handle the pressure of Hollywood? Will Betty and Alistair survive everything that is being thrown their way? Can Betty handle Alistair’s protectiveness? Is Betty’s past just too much for Alistair to handle?

Favorite quotes and excerpts from the book:

“I’ve been a bad, bad girl,” she whispered. “And you’re a bad boy who needs broken.”

“I’m not telling you my name. I’m not delving into my past with you, and i’m not going to serve as some pathetic charity case that you can help and get your ego off on.”

“Don’t screw with that one,” the security guard said with a chuckle, “she’ll eat you alive and keep your soul in a jar beside her bed.”

“I don’t understand your past or what you’re into here, but you never have to be afraid of me. Do you understand?”

“There’s our ride,” Bethany said, standing and strolling past the two women. “I should probably unlock him now.” Making a show of it, she searched every pocket in her handbag. “Hmm…wonder where I put that handcuff key.”

(by Kelli Maine)

I love this book. You get the weekly episodes that were previously posted plus extra–with the continuation of the story of Black Betty and Alistair. I want to know more about Alistair and Betty so I really hope that we will see another novella that will continue with their story.