Review: Devoted To Him by Cheryl Dragon

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Review: Devoted To Him by Cheryl Dragon

Both from broken homes, Jason and Fiona take marriage very seriously. Will tradition ruin their kink or make them even more committed?

Jason Abbot is a man who has everything, including the perfect submissive fiancée. His parents’ ugly divorce and Fiona’s lack of a father at all in her life has him convinced that commitment and tradition are the only ways to make them both feel safe. Marriage won’t curtail their bondage play or his dominant side. However, one change seems only logical—Jason has shared Fiona with other Doms before, but how can he share his wife? When she starts questioning that change, his doubts grow. Being a good Dom is one thing but being a reliable husband is another.

Fiona loves only Jason but enjoys letting Doms-in-training practise on her and pleasing two men in role-playing scenes. She also knows just how much Jason loves to share and watch her in action with other men. Her entire sex life is about what Jason wants since he fulfils her needs perfectly. Commitment doesn’t have to mean cutting out what they both enjoy. She knows she can live without other men, but marriage is forever and she doesn’t want him to grow bored with her. Pleasing him is all that matters and she knows when pushing back is better than obedience—especially when he punishes her so well!

Reader Advisory: This book includes scenes of bondage, spanking, piercing, hot wax, dominance, and submission between consenting adults. One scene of MFM sex with double penetration (no MM content)

Reader Advisory: This story has been previously released as part of the Tied to the Billionaire anthology by Total-E-Bound.(

Title: Devoted to Him
Author: Cheryl Dragon
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Tied to the Billionaire, Geek in the Woods, Runaway Cowgirl, The Angel Wears Prada
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: 13 September, 2013
Genres: BDSM, Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 43
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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An interesting story, that combines a change in a scene-heavy relationship with commitments both in traditional marriage and in the BSDM scene in which they met.

Jason and Fiona have that solid mix of insecurities and thorough trust in one another that leads to successful relationships, even though both fear the commitment through the scars from their past.

Fiona is the ultimate sub, concerned with only Jason’s pleasure yet reveling in the electric shocks of sensitivity from the pain. Jason is determined to keep and adore her, ultimate dominant and alpha, his worry about his managing the lifestyle and their frequent scenes that involved others becoming a concern in their marriage.

The communication necessary to this lifestyle is well defined and explored by Cheryl Dragon: conversations are real and believable, with a solid exploration of each character’s thoughts through some inner dialogue apart from their discussions. Scenes are beautifully written with a nod to the unique approach to sex and caring that is displayed in the relationship, and the inclusions of the “one last” play partner is a nice twist to give both parties a solid reason to not go through with the ceremonies.

Ceremonies are well detailed, with the Lifestyle commitment being particularly well defined and described, readers are at the ceremony and see the connection between the two as clearly as if it were in front of them.

An unusual storyline for a BDSM themed book, this little short was pleasant and unique – with many elements to please many readers.

Avon Romance

One Response to “Review: Devoted To Him by Cheryl Dragon”

  1. Sophia Rose

    I do enjoy books that explore the relationship past the point of when it becomes a commitment and the real work begins. Thanks for sharing!