Sculpt is a rerelease of the third book in The Art of Kink series. No changes have been made to the original text. Lucinda Chatman has dabbled enough in BDSM to know what she wants-a firm Dom who can control her no matter what she throws his way. Her checkered past in the world of BDSM, however, keeps her out of the limelight. She has pissed off some of the big players in Minneapolis and is less than welcome at most venues. For months, she has stuck to her new day job teaching pottery to children and trying to stay out of trouble. Theo Matthews hasn't had a full-time submissive for a long time. He's spent the last few years climbing the corporate ladder as a broker while practicing Aikido on the side. When he spies Lucinda at a club, he watches her every move while she reacts to a scene and decides to approach her. Could it be she is just the sort of bratty submissive he's been hunting for? Someone who will challenge him every step of the way and keep him interested in her at the same time? When Theo confronts Lucinda and immediately puts her in her place, sparks fly. He makes demands on her that heat her up and her mind running for the first time in her life. In return, Lucinda challenges him every step of the way, wondering if he can provide the sort of dominance she needs. There are obstacles, however. Lucinda's ailing father needs her in Atlanta. And Theo isn't sure she will remain interested in a Dom like him once the newness has worn off. She needs a firm hand. But will she still need him after she recognizes how much more she can be if she lets go of her past mistakes?