Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Book Review: Bind Me

Author: Stacey Kennedy
Title: Bind Me (Pact Of Seduction)
Publisher: Loose ID
Publish Date: Oct 10, 20122
Buy: Amazon
Review Copy Provided By: The author for an honest review
Book Blurb: Four best friends embrace their fantasies and make a pact of seduction to live out their deepest and darkest desires. The women place their lives in the hands of fate and one short straw declares Marley will be the first to awaken her secret wishes.

Reed, a Dom at sex club Castle Dolce Vita, has lived the BDSM lifestyle for awhile, but has yet to find a submissive that suits him. That is until he meets Marley, a woman seeking to indulge her fantasies.

As Reed guides her through a night of pleasure, Marley brings more to him than a perfect submissive--she stirs emotions in him long ago lost. By binding Marley, he runs up against his own limits, and now he has to choose between his self-protective barriers or surrendering to the wildfire Marley has reignited in his heart.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: BDSM theme and elements, including spanking.

Review: I actually reviewed the 2nd book in this series for a book tour about a month or so ago. I finally got around to reading Bind Me, and I absolutely loved it.

I again have to say I'm not a huge fan of modern erotica, but Stacey Kennedy is an exception. Her BDSM books are hot hot hot without giving you that "I feel so dirty" feeling. Does that make sense?

In about 60 pages, Stacey Kennedy creates a story that heats up the pages and makes you connect with the characters. That's hard to do in such a short story, but Kennedy can do it, and she does it will.

I have to admit it does kinda freak me out that Marley is a school teacher by day and a sub now at night, but I  guess what goes on in the bedroom shouldn't make any difference, right? RIGHT!

Then there's Reed. He was a perfect Dom. I loved that while he enjoyed the whole pleasure/pain scenario he didn't try to make Marley do more than she was comfortable doing.

If you haven't read any erotica and want to give it a try, you can't go wrong with Stacey Kennedy. She's one of the best writers in the genre. Grab this one and read it at bedtime and you'll have some very pleasant dreams!

Rating: 5 (smoking hot) flowers


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