Delayed Gratification is a Fictional Series of Pleasurable Pain

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Author Jessie McAna invites readers for a daring look into the world of homosexuality

From the story originally presented by writer arianawhitlock as “Punishment,” a series previously posted on, The Delayed Gratification Series is far from a run-of-the-mill kind of fiction. This newly published work is an intense take on controversial topics, such as sex, sadism and masochism, all intricately woven into a tale that will give a striking glimpse of the world of homosexuals.

Delayed Gratification 180 revolves around the life of several men in and out of a sexual haven where master and sub perform rituals for pleasurable pain. Clayton is a firm believer that love and the playroom do not mix. However, he cannot deny that he has started to grow forbidden feelings for Daniel, his sub of three years. Meanwhile, Daniel starts to digress in the playroom, causing Clayton to lose patience and contemplate breaking their contract. Gradually, readers will discover Daniel’s reaction to Clayton’s feelings and how it turns both their worlds upside down.

Highly intriguing, controversial and graphic, The Delayed Gratification Series will challenge readers’ moral views and standards. It is a book reserved for people with an open mind who are ready to prepare themselves for an emotional rollercoaster with love, passion, mystery and disaster.

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About the Author
Jessie McAna is an adventurous soul who loves to challenge limits both inside and outside the bedroom. When not writing, McAna spends time traveling and experiencing the great outdoors, believing that one should make the most out of life. McAna also believes in being true to oneself and encourages those who go against the grain to stand and be heard. McAna’s motto in life: “Spin It Once, Spin It Right.” Life is an adventure, live it.

Delayed Gratification * by Jessie McAna
Publication Date: September 7, 2012
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 411 pages; 978-1-4797-0125-4
Trade Hardback; $34.99; 411 pages; 978-1-4797-0126-1
eBook; $5.99; 978-1-4797-0127-8

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