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Alyssa Aaron
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3 Mar 2008
Kara was the victim of a brutal rape that occurred when she was seven. The event destroyed her family and left her fearful and distrustful of men. When Kara's brother embezzles $30,000 from Slade's company, Kara goes to Slade's office determined to talk him out of going to the police. Slade wants a peaceful, obedient, submissive with whom to share his life and in Kara he glimpses what he wants. He siezes the opportunity and makes Kara an offer she can't afford to refuse. The only way she can save her brother from certain prison is to accept Slade's marriage proposal and become his submissive. Kara faces her wedding with anxiety. She can't tell Slade she can't submit sexually without risking her brother's freedom, yet she doubts she'll be able to keep her promise to be a submissive, obedient wife. This romance explores the role of trust in even the most mismatched of partnerships and explores the complex connections between dominance and submission while it demonstrates the power of real love to heal even the deepest wounds.

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  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Black Velvet Seductions Forbidden Experiences (3 Mar 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0977468208
  • ISBN-13: 978-0977468201
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 20.3 x 1.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,295,925 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic! 13 Sep 2011
Format:Paperback
I cannot believe that this book has not been rated before. This is a well written and well thought out book. From the first page this book had me gripped and I simply could not put it down until I had finished it. The characters are so real that you become totally engrossed in their lives. If you want a good read buy this book. Don't be put off by the book content. The issue of child abuse is handled sensitively and respectfully. Can't wait for the authors next book!
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5.0 out of 5 stars his perfect submissive 10 Dec 2012
By leeann
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
this book is amazing best read in a long time as good as 50 shades of grey and the price on kindle is really good
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Amazon.com: 3.2 out of 5 stars  33 reviews
27 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Size 16 heroine who is adorable, lovely and desirable 4 July 2009
By melina zora - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Let me state emphatically that I enjoyed this book and that if readers are seeking the mucho guy brutale in this D/S story, then this hero, Slade, is not the one.

Slade is in fact seeking "his perfect submissive" but despairs of ever finding her. Many women are after his money, pretending to be what he desires, yet others are too dominant or aggressive for him. He finds his ideal woman in the one he's been trying to avoid, Kara.

Kara is anxious to meet with Slade who happens to be her brother's boss, in an attempt to extricate her brother from an embezzlement scandal where he misappropriated company funds. Slade is loath to meet her, but one look at her as he arrives at his office, nervously waiting all softness and innocence drives the arrow right through his heart. He instantly recognises the woman he has been looking for, the woman capable of satisfying his raging desires.

Not being one to miss an opportunity, as his enterprising success demonstrates, he offers her marriage in exchange of her brother's debts. He explains that he is a dominant who wishes to engage in all that this sexual lifestyle entails with her. Kara agrees as she is vastly attracted to this man and has no other means of paying him the money unless she works for years and pays him in instalments. This, however, would mean depriving her ailing mother of the medical care which is vital for sustaining her in life.

Slade senses a strong reticence in Kara which is not due to her lack of sexual experience alone. His tender and caring attitude help Kara gain enough confidence to confide that she had been raped as a child and expects the D/S sex to be brutal. He then proceeds to show her in the most endearing way what it is that turns him on, exposing her to her sensual nature and the delights of sexual intimacy.

It is a tender well written story, and this comes from someone who is not keen on weak heroines. Ms Aaron has created a shy, gentle woman whose sexual abuse caused her to withdraw from men and who learns to blossom like a lovely flower in the hands of the right man (Aaah! Sweet.)

It's a wonderful love story, the type I like to read, with love and heart and sex.
20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not for hardcore BDSM fans 20 Nov 2009
By Dr. Grace J. Gniazdowska - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
If you are into hardcore BDSM don't read it, and restrain your self from criticizing.
There are people out there, who are not into what you like and we all have the right
to like different things. Not all "Kink" has to be vulgar and involve the very things
that turn people away from even trying it.

Bondage and domination do not HAVE TO entail sadistic and/or masochistic behavior.
Bondage/Domination and Sadism/Masochism do not have to go hand in hand and are very different.

People have the right to choose and explore, whichever parts are well suited for "Their"
particular relationship.
I found this book to be very enticing, and for people who are intrigued by a "Loving"
dominant/submissive relationship, or even having just occasional fun with this adventurous
genre, this book is Perfect :)

It teaches you the good qualities of being a submissive, about feelings and fears a
slave/submissive may go through and how a caring, trustworthy, lovable master can
help her learn and conquer them ALL.
It teaches you that with the right approach, and patience, you can both learn as well as
Earn mutual Trust to do anything together :)

I really do not care what the s&m fans have to say about my comment.
Opinions are like a**wholes...
everybody has one, and I am getting tired of people forcing Theirs on others.

Say what you have to say and accept that others may, and have the right to, like different things,
we are not all the same and we all have different relationships...

I respect your right to like to be whipped till you cry out in pain, or whip someone
till you draw blood, it's your business, your turn on, so stop telling me something is bad
if it's not the way YOU think it's supposed to be. Some people only like to be blindfolded to
enhance what they feel,
some like to be tied up and just made love to, because that is what turns them on. I am tired of the hardcore bdsm lovers coming down on everyone who isn't like them. Lay off.
Do what gives you pleasure, and let others do what satisfies Their needs.
It's because of some hardcore BSDM lovers that many people have the wrong impression of KINK in general.
Most of your harsh rude comments turn them off or even gross them out. Just stop it and learn a little phrase "Live and Let Live"

Sorry just got frustrated after I saw all those negative comments.
You maybe a Master or a Mistress or a Dom/Domme, but you are NOT! to anyone else.

P.S. If you would like to learn more about Bondage or Domination or Both...
email me. [...]
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Redundant, Romantic, Re-Edit 22 April 2010
By Alena M. Clark - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I am an avid writer and a constant reader. I found myself flipping the pages as I was caught up in the story line, but the more I read the more I found myself flipping the pages back instead of forward. Constantly finding errors in the plot and misspellings made me irritated with this story. I did realize that this author has a beautiful way of telling a story but that's the #1 rule for writing. You must show instead of tell. The way this author described the emotional connections between the characters was superb and captivating but more dialogue would have been wonderful. Given the sensitive subject matter I thought it was quite brave of Alyssa and she had very creative ways of hooking the reader. But when you are so drawn to the errors along the way or interrupted by missed facts within the stories plot, it severely severs the readers connection with the characters and the story. The redundant phrasing was the most annoying part of this book. Stating one phrase and in less then 2 paragraphs stating it again in the same literal context.

A bit of advice: After you are finished writing the book and you feel complete, have an outside person re-read your story. Fresh eyes to catch any hang ups. A simple read through would have yielded the error that Kara ordered Strawberry Short Cake and Slade later fed her a melting strawberry sundae.
27 of 38 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good for beginner in D/S 24 Mar 2009
By A. J. Reddish - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
The other positive reviews are correct, this book is very romantic. The sex scenes are well written and not, in my opinion, very hardcore or difficult to read. All scenes are very loving and contain all the elements that I think anyone involved in or curious about the lifestyle would love to have. I think this makes a great book for those just venturing into D/S, bondage, and spanking.

Having said that, I felt that the author repeated herself way too many times with the story of the character's past. Also, I personally like more sex, more kink, more bondage, and less constant discussions of emotions in my books. All in all, a good read, but not one I would repeat.
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Poorly written, painful to read 19 Mar 2010
By Voracious Reader in WA - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
When I began reading this book, I was a little taken aback with the outlandish premise of a man wanting to marry a woman he does not know, but since this was billed as an erotic D/s book, I was totally willing to just roll with it. That being said, it became harder and harder to get through each page without getting supremely frustrated at the repetition of the heroine's backstory. Normally, when I read a book that has a traumatic event that takes place before the start of the story, the event is laid out to some degree, and then it is acceptable for the author to refer back to said event without outlining the *whole thing* all over again. This book was written in a way that rehashes past events and current emotions to a level of repetition that became almost insulting to the reader, and left me feeling like I just wanted to plow through it to get it over with.

After reaching the 40% mark (reading on a Kindle), I started to just skim the pages, looking mostly for dialogue and the overall gist of each paragraph so that I could simply make my way through it. The extent to which each emotion in the characters' minds was excessively drawn out and lamented over was simply excruciating in the first half, and I just could not coerce myself to sit through it any longer.

The real shame here is that I wanted to like this book. I wanted the heroine to come to terms with her past enough to participate in a healthy relationship. I wanted the hero to help her get there. I guess that in the end, I got those two things - albeit the story jumped past some major plot devices that were thrown out and left unresolved (the heroine's therapy to say the least), but in all honesty this book could have achieved a far superior literary package by cutting about half (no joke, AT LEAST half) of the emotive material, and focusing more on **story** development.

It was a very painful read (no BDSM puns intended). The writing style needs some serious development, and the author totally overused certain phrases ("feel/feels good", "gaze rested on", and a few others) to the point of distraction. End result, I would not recommend this book at all. I really tried to think of a target audience who may like it, but I could not think of one.

Kindle formatting notes - there were some mildly bothersome formatting issues of odd line returns and subsequent line indentations. The eye stalled on those points every time, and I had to reread those sections once or twice to get the cadence right again. Also, there was no TOC or Indexing, meaning you could not skip ahead chapter by chapter, only page by page.
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