Review – Submissive Seductions by Christine d’Abo

February 13, 2016 Review 0

Review – Submissive Seductions by Christine d’Abo

Sometimes getting what you want…makes you crave something more

Purchasing a Dom from a charity auction was the wildest thing Liz had ever done. The chance to bring her secret fantasy to life, to be a submissive—even just for one night—was worth any price. And Gareth was everything she wanted in a Master. He touched, he taught, he tantalized. He opened her world to pleasures she’d never imagined. But was it enough?

After one night turned into a blurred-line relationship, Liz’s feelings for Gareth went beyond desire. Yet the kink, no matter how hot, had her wondering if she could ever have a normal relationship. Her Dom was a man with a tragic past and he’d put rules in place from the start. If Liz chose to break them would she lose the intense passion she’d just discovered—as well as the man she loved?

Title: Submissive Seductions
Author: Christine d'Abo
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: The Dom Around the Corner, 30 Days, Rebound Remedy, No Quarter
Published by Lyrical Press
Source: Publisher
Published: February 16th 2016
Genres: BDSM
Pages: 208
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Stars: three-stars
Flames: three-flames
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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I’ll be honest here. I’m not quite sure how I feel about this book. Don’t get me wrong. There are great scenes and a nice little storyline to match. But maybe, just maybe, this should have been written as a short instead?

This is broken up into 3 parts.

Part 1: Liz learns whether or not she’s a true submissive. She meets (actually buys) a Dom at an auction and is immediately entranced and obsessed with him. Only problem is that he doesn’t seem as interested in her. Or so we think.

Part 2: After being in a “relationship”, Liz wants more than Gareth is willing to give. She feels that it’s necessary to “train her Dom” in how to feel. Needless to say, the training didn’t go exactly how she planned, but it did it’s trick.

Part 3: This is the part of the book that I think was unnecessary. I totally “get” where the author was going with it, but I just felt like it dragged on and on and on. Like any newbie to the BDSM world, Liz starts questioning if the lifestyle is really what she wants. But will she lose Gareth if she doesn’t?

All in all, a decent read and one that I would still recommend if someone is looking for this genre.



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