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Sugar Dust (Slippers & Chains Book 1) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 170 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Originally posted at Romancing the Book
Within the first two sentences I new that Sugar Dust was going to be introducing me into a world that I no nothing about. A world of cages, chains, plugs, and safe words. This is the world that Karen and Dan are immersed into.
Sugar Dust follows the relationship of Dan and Karen and the issues that they deal with as a BDSM couple at night and a social worker and PHd student by day. The story is primarily told from Dan’s point of view but we do get a little insight into Karen’s frame of mind from time to time.
I feel that unlike other books that I have read the connection just wasn’t there between the main characters. The further that I got into the book the more forced the relationship became. You should want to be with your partner and not feel like it is forced in a relationship. Yes this is a book where the Dom/sub relationship is at the forefront, but that does not mean that respect and feelings are not a part of the relationship.
My biggest issue is the character development of Dan. I just don’t feel like he was given the proper attention that he needed in order to see him grow, the way that I believe he needed to grow. In the end I was left wanting more. I didn’t get the closure that I look for at the end of a story. Dan and Karen appear to get their HEA but there were a lot of things towards the end of the book that still left me with questions.
Sugar Dust is not my usual type of book, but I’ll try anything once. The story was well written but toward the end of the book it seemed rushed and a little forced. With that being said I give Sugar Dust a 3 rose rating of Rose in Bloom.