Out of the Ring: The Asylum Fight Club Shorts

Bianca Sommerland
1 review

About this ebook

There’s fighting to win.

Fighting for love.


Fighting to survive.

At The Asylum a submissive might kneel to the right man, but a collar doesn’t make him weak. Between lovers and found family, the core has created a foundation that nothing can break.

More than can be contained between four walls.

The journey begins at home.

But it doesn’t end there.

No Good Very Bad Day at The Asylum

Danny DiMarco made one huge mistake that morning. One he really wishes he could take back before another disaster strikes.

He shouldn’t have gotten out of bed.

Long Winding Road Trip Away from The Asylum

‘There’s no place like home’.

Maybe if Wren Gibson repeats that often enough, he’ll eventually get back there.

If he survives the next pit stop.

A Little Roughed Up at The Asylum Safehouse

Throughout Quint Templeton’s life, he’s had a few different jobs. Soldier. Doctor. Mercenary.

But he’s about to tackle the most important one of all.

Is ‘sub wrangler’ an official title?

BONUS SHORT-Baby, it’s Cold inside The Asylum

Nothing could be worse than the one holiday season that shall never be spoken of again.

Not power outages.

Or all out brawls.


All right, who pissed off Santa?

Ratings and reviews

1 review
Dar Good
March 29, 2021
This series of shorts (short by Asylum standards) gives a main focus to a different sub, Danny, Wren, Quint, and Avery, but the whole crew is around. See, no one man is alone, and each has a place and an impact on the Asylum. Some of the stories show how the sub fits in overall, when they weren’t sure of their place. Other show how important the sub is to the overall operation of the many intricacies of the Asylum. All show that the Asylum is not a building or a place, it is in the hearts of all the members of the core, whether apart or together, at home or abroad, in any combination, they are the safe place for each other. There are a myriad of emotions in each, with some parts making you giggle and laugh, a few brought great heaving sobs and tears, and other parts still had me fist pumping and jumping in excitement. Through them all, with all the mini glimpses into the lives of the many characters, you feel the heart, the soul, and the caring that they each have for the ones they love and the place they find their shelter, the Asylum.
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