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Anchor Line: A stable line attached to the aircraft to which you attach your static line to, before jumping out of the aircraft.
SSG Conrad Renner was your typical single Soldier. He was in line for promotion; his professional life was in line. He was the Platoon Sergeant that all of the young Soldiers wanted to learn from, an Airborne Jump Master with a bronze star on his jump wings for his combat jump into Iraq, with additional deployments to Afghanistan too. His service record and reputation were impeccable.
His personal life was a mix of women, strip clubs, and the shooting range where he shot his own arsenal of weapons. Conrad was a Dominant at the local underground Club Messosotto. He’d fill in as Dungeon Master when the ‘Messo’ needed him on weekends. He was the number one Dominant to teach Submissives.
Addie Marshall was the daughter of one of the favorite Post Command Sergeant Majors. Although, not everyone knew she worked in Personnel on Fort Bragg, there were some who did. After losing her boyfriend Charles to a training accident during an airborne jump, she swore she’d never date an airborne Soldier again.
SSG Renner had come into her office a few times before to update his records. This last time, he was more candid than he’d ever been before. So Addie turns his appointment into a battle of wits and snarky comments. Conrad wants to teach Addie to be his submissive. Through a deployment to Afghanistan and his move to Vicenza, Italy, Conrad gives Addie homework: to learn what she can about a D/s relationship before she comes to visit.
When things get to the wire, Addie wants the exclusivity that Conrad said he wasn’t sure he could give anyone, including her. He’s ready to jump but not sure if he can. Will Addie become his Anchor Line?
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Dawn was born into an Air Force family and lived in Europe for the majority of youth. In School, she excelled at Soccer the way the Europeans play. After graduation, she headed back to the US.
Her love of writing came about when she lived in Spain, where she started her first journal in the wonderful city of Grenada. Twenty journals and several countries later, Dawne still keeps a journal and jots down little things.
Her family retired in Albuquerque, NM, Dawne started college for journalism, and started writing for an internet based hockey magazine called “In the Crease” featuring the New Mexico Scorpions.
Still trying to find her nitch in life, Dawne joined the Army after much conversation with her brother who had signed up to go back in a few months before. With family supporting her decision to join the Army, Dawne went into the medical corps and has even deployed to Iraq.
Now medically retired, she works to assist the Soldiers at Fort Benning, Georgia and writes in her ‘off’ time.
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