Sin of Omission

sin of omission

Is a sin of omission as bad as a lie? That’s a tough one for me, but if pressed for an answer I’d have to say NO.

The hero in Bondage Anniversary, Nick, hopes Laura sees it that way too. He is the founding partner of Branson and Associates, a law firm known for minimizing corporate liability issues. After a costly lawsuit at competing facility, the owner of kink club chain DiscipliNation approaches Nick with a highly profitable deal that he simply can’t refuse.

Laura has never shown the slightest interest in kink. So how does he tell his ultra conservative, ridiculously jealous wife, he is going to be gone for a week or so touring kink clubs around the country? Would simply not telling her be worse than lying? What do you think he should do?

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