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The Therapist (1) by [Belfield, J.A.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 561 KB
  • Print Length: 45 pages
  • Publisher: Midnight Fling (20 Feb. 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06VTHL2G4
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
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Ok well i didn't know how to take this book in the end it just didn't flow for me i couldn't get into it.

Part one of four I've read all four and still didn't feel satisfied story centres on chase who works as a sex therapist he works with different clients everyday single people and married couples hoping to help them with there sex lives.

Then in walks abi who he instantly takes a liking too she's there to get help for her soon to be husband on there wedding night after there first session he can't stop thinking about her.

I know there is more to come with this series but i'm not sure if i can carry on with it as it just didn't feel like it was going anywhere.
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So I will readily admit that I wouldn't normally choose this genre of book. Erotica is usually way out of my genre comfort zone. Though this year I made a new years resolution to try to read more books from outside of my usual genre range. I began by reading a dew titles by Lauren Dane, both her Moonstruck Series and her more overtly sexual Cascadia Wolves Series. I have read other titles by J.A. Belfield from her Holloway Pack Series and I proudly declare I am one of her "Hollerers" (her street team). I purchased The Therapist, episode one from Amazon UK.

What can I say about the cover? Well I guess I should comment on the two versions of the cover and some "problem" with Amazon that made it much easier for J.A. Belfield to adjust the title of the book and tweak the cover a little too. So the original cover's main feature was the rather buff body of who I would presume is the "therapist" we meet in the first episode. Well of course the hot body on the cover certainly attracts the eye to the cover and makes you want to see . . .and know more about the guy the body belongs to.
The newer up to date, tweaked cover shows a smartly dressed, perfectly groomed male who seems to hover between smooth and sophisticated yet still has a few gorgeous rough edges around him such as the facial hair. Is the hot guy, buttoning or unbuttoning that shirt? Again I'm guessing the man with those eyes that speak to you from the book cover is the main character, the therapist himself, Chase Walker.

My first thoughts were quite conflicting, was I going to be able to read the whole novella? Was it going to be too overtly explicit for my "reading parameters? As this is a different genre to the other J.A.
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Amazon.com: 4.1 out of 5 stars 17 reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars I wanted more PAGES!!!!! 21 Mar. 2017
By Mg Herrera TheBookishMediaLite - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
3.5 Stars!

As a sex theraphist Chase Walker has to be always in control. The services he offers come with a set of rules, ones that he has to follow in order to success. Years of practice have made him take pride in his self-composure. So when a virgin redhead in need of his services make him lose control, he knows he is in trouble.

The first thing that catched my eye was the idea of a sex theraphist. I went in thinking this was going to be another short and raunchy read. Oh boy I was so wrong. After meeting Chase, and the pieces of plot the author gave me, I knew this was going to be someting more.

Raw, sexy and mysterious. The Theraphist: Episode 1 is not your everyday hot read. So if you're looking for a funny-sexy romance, turn around because this is not it.

My only complaint is that I wanted more pages!!!!!!. I know the point of this is to leave you wanting more, which it did, but well...

Anyway...

I can't wait to see what the next session between Chase & Abi will hold.
4.0 out of 5 stars "...pleasantly surprised, that I enjoyed reading it!" 28 Feb. 2017
By Sandra Richardson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
REVIEW
So I will readily admit that I wouldn't normally choose this genre of book. Erotica is usually way out of my genre comfort zone. Though this year I made a new years resolution to try to read more books from outside of my usual genre range. I began by reading a dew titles by Lauren Dane, both her Moonstruck Series and her more overtly sexual Cascadia Wolves Series. I have read other titles by J.A. Belfield from her Holloway Pack Series and I proudly declare I am one of her "Hollerers" (her street team). I purchased The Therapist, episode one from Amazon UK.

What can I say about the cover? Well I guess I should comment on the two versions of the cover and some "problem" with Amazon that made it much easier for J.A. Belfield to adjust the title of the book and tweak the cover a little too. So the original cover's main feature was the rather buff body of who I would presume is the "therapist" we meet in the first episode. Well of course the hot body on the cover certainly attracts the eye to the cover and makes you want to see . . .and know more about the guy the body belongs to.
The newer up to date, tweaked cover shows a smartly dressed, perfectly groomed male who seems to hover between smooth and sophisticated yet still has a few gorgeous rough edges around him such as the facial hair. Is the hot guy, buttoning or unbuttoning that shirt? Again I'm guessing the man with those eyes that speak to you from the book cover is the main character, the therapist himself, Chase Walker.

My first thoughts were quite conflicting, was I going to be able to read the whole novella? Was it going to be too overtly explicit for my "reading parameters? As this is a different genre to the other J.A. Belfield titles I have read I am wondering if it will it still have a great plot along with the steamy aspects? I suppose the trepidation I felt about what I would think about this book could maybe compared to a little of what The Therapist's clients feel when going to their appointments with him.

The Therapist business/service called C.W. Consult is headed by a man called Chase Walker, he is an impeccably dressed and groomed in a certain style, and standard he keeps solely for business. It is not just the beautifully cut suits Chase wears, it is right down to the way he styles his hair.
Chase offers his very own brand and style of counselling to male, females and couples who may think they require some help in the sexual relationship areas of the their lives. Chase offers both verbal, and practical sessions, along with giving his clients very specific homework to do between sessions. Though Chase is physically in the same room as his clients he never initiates his part in their practical sessions, all suggestions come directly from the client. Chase is very composed at all times throughout his appointments with his clients. Not that he doesn't have his own urges and thoughts on what he would like to happen in certain situations.
We meet the rest of Chase's staff, the two receptionist/assistants that he met when they were still "tied" to a pimp. Chase paid the pimp well to have the two women with looks I'd describe as chalk and cheese work for him. It's quite clear both women enjoy their work and find their employer attractive.
We meet a couple of Chase's clients. The first are a couple attending their first physical session, who are shown into Chase's office wearing just plain robes and slippers supplied by Chase's company. Chase asks them to choose which room they want to "play in". Chase has a variety of rooms and settings, from luxurious bedrooms and sumptuous bathrooms, one of the rooms is even decorated very similar to his own office and is usually rather popular with all ages! The other client we are introduced to is Abi O'Shay and without revealing any spoilers she may be the one client that could be capable of ruffling the perfectly groomed and tightly restrained Chase Walker.
Also in this novella, the reader is shown a darker side of Chase. We get a glimpse into his "play-room" and the type of role play he enjoys himself.

I think this novella series really has the beginnings of an intriguing plot, with interesting characters that I would really like to learn more about. I'd be curious to know how Chase ended up in this line of work, as well as wanting to learn more about his employee's, and their lives now and before meeting Chase.
Then there was the cliff hanger of what Chase is going to suggest as therapy for Abi O'Shay, and the question of will Chase be able to hold on tight to his well practiced restraint.
Another character the reader only meets briefly that I took an instant liking to, despite her only being a voice on the other end of a phone call, is Chase's mother, she seems lie a down to earth woman. Who knows if how much of her sons job she knows about. I can imagine him to settle down with a young woman like Abi O'Shay and give her some grandchildren to fuss over too!

My final thoughts are that I had gotten a pleasant surprise, that I enjoyed reading most of this novella/episode, despite it's few darker explicit scenes. More explicit than I would normally read, though it worked well as it was a novella/episode. I may even read more when the next episode is available for me to do so. I think I ought to try reading outside of my comfort zone more often especially when the books are written by authors I trust to deliver a great plot alongside the hot steaminess!
3.0 out of 5 stars THERAPY LIKE YOU'VE NEVER SEEN... 22 Feb. 2017
By Renee-Brianna - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
3.5 Stars from Brianna!

Hmmmmmm..... I struggled with this book and the following three episodes that came in the INTENSE series, Sex Therapy. While unique and crazy explosive, this is a case where honestly it's me not you...

Full of heat and intensity, J.A. Belfield delivers a complex and thought provoking new series that is sure to have your mind whirling with confusion and definitely squirming in your seat. This book pushed my boundaries, tested my limits , and had me way way way outside of the box that I normally read in... and not in a bad, just a different way.

I won't spoil this storyline but I'll note it's super important to follow in order with this series. After the first four installments, there is still more story to come.

For readers who like different with no limits then this is a chance you should definitely take.

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3.5 Stars from Renee!

Don't worry.... this is going to be totally spoiler free.

This book has passion, erotica, twists, turns, and one complicated storyline that is not yet complete.

This is the beginning Chase and Abigail's story but not the end as more episodes are to follow. Chase is a different type of therapist with an odd type of therapy for patients seeking him. When he meets Abigail, he's thrown off kilter and his world is shaken.

Leave you expectations at the door and throw your ideas out the window. You will never guess the way this story will take you...

I recommend this book.
4.0 out of 5 stars His business is nothing like I had expected it to be and secretly 22 Feb. 2017
By Kathleen Rivest - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Title: The Therapist: Sex Therapy Episode One
Author: J.A. Belfield

4 unexpected stars

My first taste of what J. A. Belfield has to offer was intriguing to say the least. Chase offers specific therapy sessions to his clients that come asking for help based on their needs and wants. Completely discreet and full of possibilities, he follows a specific set of rules for himself when it comes to dealing with his clients and their demands. In all his career, he's never come across a client that captivates his attention as thoroughly as Abi does and to him, that's a grave problem, especially since his darkest desires only wish to come out and play.

4.5 sexy dreams

While Abi is absolutely innocent and one hundred percent virginal due to her religious upbringing, Chase hides a secret from everyone, including his own employees. I truly was and am curious to find out how Chase will deal with his own likes and preferences when it comes to Abi. His business is nothing like I had expected it to be and secretly, I find it so much more effective than our traditional methods. Do these types of facilities even exist? ;) i can't wait for more from both the author and the series.

*ARC provided by Author in exchange for an honest review.
Reviewed by Kathleen, The Small Girl from A small girl, her man and her books
4.0 out of 5 stars Hot and steamy quick read 22 Feb. 2017
By MAustin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Sex Therapy: Episode 1 was a hot and steamy 4 star read.

We meet Chase Walker a very unique sex therapist. The way that he helps couples is definitely not something I expected. He helps people with their sexual issues, wants, or needs. He has certain rules that he will not cross but at times it gets really hard for him. When he meets his new client, Abigail he is pulled right in by her beautiful eyes.

Few words, beyond unnecessary compliments, sprung forth as description of his newest client. Innocent. Wholesome. Verginal.

Abi has a problem that she want’s Chase’s help with. She is about to be married to a man who has a lot more experience than she does. Can he help her?

Chase also has a toy box with a little surprise in it. I really fell for Chase, he is a dirty boy with a dominant side. I also liked the secondary characters, they added a great element to the story. I’m looking forward to reading the next few episodes to see what happens. If you're looking for an erotic and steamy quick read, 1-click and get started on Sex Therapy today.

I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. Reviewed by MAustin from Alpha Book Club
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