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An erotic romance podcast

The Anticipation is Killing Us!

Bawdcast Premieres Monday, December 21st 6:09 PM Eastern

Years ago, thirty-something latte-slinger and struggling artist Evie Dresden gave over to her most secret, submissive desires – with catastrophic results. Since then, she has denied her sexual impulses, unable to trust again. Instead, she contents herself with a simple existence: days at the coffee house, evenings volunteering with Theatre Nova, and bedtime all alone.


Enter Kaleb Finn, expert Dominant: stern, firm, and trustworthy.


Kaleb is captivated by Evie from the first. He cherishes her submission, makes her body sing with unspeakable pleasure, and drives away the miserable memories – but with prior trauma of his own, he resists the urge to offer his whole heart.


Until someone threatens Evie’s safety.


With danger lurking in the shadows, they must face the demons of their past for any hope of a future.


Adapted from Threshold, the breakout novel by author Harper Mitchell, season one of Bawdcast is twenty episodes full to bursting with thrills, chills, and spills – not to mention a metric ton of safe D/s practices and dick jokes.


Bawdcast contains adult language, adult themes, and adult content. It is intended for mature audiences. Content warnings: PTSD, references to trauma related to fire, depictions of trauma related to fire, depictions of emotional and mental abuse in flashback form, discussion of emotional and mental abuse, and discussion of misappropriated kink practices.


On a more positive note, we would also like to offer the following disclaimer: BawdCast contains scenes of graphic sexuality and safe kink praxis. If you’re interested in learning more about kink and the BDSM lifestyle, you can follow us here for supplemental educational materials, or you can head to the web. Please: research activities before you try them, and as always, keep it safe, sane, and consensual.


BawdCast, Season One

Starring: Janine Gardner and Warren Edwards

Written by: Harper Mitchell

Directed by: Malissa Petterson

Engineered by: Viktor Petterson

Produced by: Malissa and Viktor Petterson

With music by: Roxy Winter

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