Title: Photo Play
An erotic romance novella!
Shy Darla Carmody decides to jump-start her flaccid love life by presenting her fiancé with sexy photos of herself. She doesn't bargain on the photographer, Kon Drummond, being a hunky Dom determined to personally demonstrate what she's been missing. The photo session turns into a BDSM marathon as Kon introduces Darla to the erotic pleasures of bondage, spanking, and complete sexual submission--all under the unforgiving lens of his camera. Never has Darla imagined herself on the receiving end of such treatment, or guessed the ecstasy it would bring her. Kon has been burned by three expensive divorces and refuses to acknowledge his emotional connection to Darla. He taught her to embrace a part of herself she never knew existed. Will he let her return the favor?
Author: Pam McKenna
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Faking It, Binding Agreement
Published: 30 June, 2014
Genres: BDSM, Erotic Romance
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Darla has reached a crisis point in her relationship, or rather, sex life,with her fiancé. Yes, she loves him, but she has the feeling something is missing. When she hires a photographer for some boudoir shots, she doesn’t realize that her connection to him, and intrigue with the BDSM delights he is willing to show her will change her life, possibly forever.
Hot, hot and hot. Leaving out the moral issues that arise, this short story is the perfect length for a before bedtime read, with just enough sexy moments to encourage discussion and more. Kon is a serious Dom, with the ability to present the most outrageous suggestions to Darla, and have her completely trusting in his suggestions. Yet, for him, she sees a remove: the two communicate well ‘in scene’ but the remove and slight discomfort when the camera is down and the scene is done is cleverly portrayed and displayed.
A great introduction to a sexy and steamy, but not too outrageous for new readers of BDSM themes, this story was quick and steamy and a great read for those curious about mild scene play.