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Bodyrip Training Battling Power Rope 38mm Manila
Bodyrip Training Battling Power Rope 38mm Manila
Price: £59.95

5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 4 Oct. 2015
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We're very pleased with the rope. Exactly what we expected it to be.


The Ties that Bind
The Ties that Bind
Price: £2.16

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars boring world upsidedown and forces her to rethink her well-planned ..., 5 Jan. 2015
A chance encounter with the mysterious Nicholas turns art restorer, Penny's well-ordered, safe, boring world upsidedown and forces her to rethink her well-planned life and pending marriage to safe and reliable accountant Lawrence. The Ties that Bind is a journey of upheaval and discovery for Penny, and one of sexual awakening for our girl who starts out, perhaps, the only 29-year-old virgin on the planet -- though once the reader learns her background, her lack of sexual experience, and her desire to play it safe becomes clear and understandable. It makes her more endearing to the reader and makes her journey of discovery with Nicholas all the more intriguing. The question becomes what will it take to make Penny bold enough to move beyond her conservative upbringing and her comfort zone and seek what she really wants, and what is the dark secret that Nicholas is keeping from her?

I flew through this book, and though I would have liked to have gotten to know the characters a little better, I enjoyed the surprising twist at the end and the way Nicholas and Penny arrive at their HEA.

If you enjoyed Fifty Shades of Grey and you like alpha males who take control, and if you like journeys from innocence to sexual discovery then you'll enjoy Constance Munday's romantic, sexy, romp.


I Am Livia
I Am Livia
Price: £3.98

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A powerfully moving novel, 12 May 2014
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This review is from: I Am Livia (Kindle Edition)
I've always been a lover of good historical fiction, and the time of the Roman Empire is a particularly fascinating time to me. I loved the feel of being drawn into the lives of Livia and Tavious. I knew nothing about Livia before this novel and now am certain I want to know about her and Augustus. Ms Smith had me totally gripped from beginning to end. Her novel is powerful, engrossing and moving without being sentimental. A story very well told! I can't wait for her next novel!


Another Cup Of Coffee
Another Cup Of Coffee
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Fresh New Voice in Romance, 16 Sept. 2013
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Jenny Kane is a fresh new voice in romance, one I very much hope we'll be hearing lots more from in the future. Her down-to-earth approach to story is both endearing and easy to read. Her characters are believable and genuine, and I found myself rooting for all of them to make it to their Happy Ever After. Jenny's writing is crisp, unpretentious and, best of all, it gives the reader a refreshing taste of romance for real people. Well done, Jenny, and keep 'em coming!


Nymphomania - Book One in the Draper Estates Trilogy
Nymphomania - Book One in the Draper Estates Trilogy
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nymphomaina Dark and Sexy, 13 Aug. 2012
This is the first time I've read anything written by Kyoko Church, and it won't be the last. Nymphomania is darkly disturbing and outrageously sexy. It is Book One of the Draper Estates Trilogy. This is beautifully written historical erotica that I found a gripping read from fast paced beginning to end. It was full of twists and turns I hadn't expected, which was very refreshing. I'm looking forward to book two, and will be keeping my eyes open for more from Ms Church.


The Perfect Submissive: - a full length erotic novel (The Perfect Submissive Trilogy Book 1)
The Perfect Submissive: - a full length erotic novel (The Perfect Submissive Trilogy Book 1)
Price: £0.99

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Submissive Hot and Naughty, 12 July 2012
Kay Jaybee is the queen of BDSM! If ever I doubted that, her debut novel, The Perfect Submissive, published by Xcite Books, eliminated those doubts. Mrs. Peters is just your typical manageress of a typical business hotel called the Fables, oh, and did I mention that she is also a dominatrix extraordinaire, who runs the hotel's secret, adult entertainment Fifth Floor with an iron hand (and a stiff cane.)

The woman is a sadist's sadist, and must surely have a degree in psychology tucked inside her corset somewhere, because she understands completely the secret, hidden, dark desires of her guests as well as her staff. And the new clerk, Jess Sanders, has submissive written all over her. She has no idea that her job description will involve a whole lot more than answering the phone and taking bookings. Ms Jaybee gives us a voyeur's eye view into the tight-laced, hard disciplining, gusset-dampening on-the-job training that will either make Jess the perfect submissive or drive her around the bend trying.

But Jess's training is not the only thing on Mrs. Peter's sadistic mind. There's sexy artist, Sam Wheeler, who just may not respond equally well to Mrs. Peter's firm hand. Has she finally met her match in the man who has a bit of a dominant streak of his own?

The action is non-stop, hard-hitting, dark, sexy and intriguing. Though The Perfect submissive is not a book for first-timers at the erotica banquet, I defy anyone to walk away when Mrs Peters enters the room.

This may be Kay Jaybee's debut novel, but here's sincerely hoping there are lots more where The Perfect Submissive came from!


The Perfect Submissive: 1 (The Perfect Submissive Trilogy)
The Perfect Submissive: 1 (The Perfect Submissive Trilogy)
by Kay Jaybee
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.99

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Submissive Hot and Naughty, 1 July 2012
Kay Jaybee is the queen of BDSM! If ever I doubted that, her debut novel, The Perfect Submissive, published by Xcite Books, eliminated those doubts. Mrs. Peters is just your typical manageress of a typical business hotel called the Fables, oh, and did I mention that she is also a dominatrix extraordinaire, who runs the hotel's secret, adult entertainment Fifth Floor with an iron hand (and a stiff cane.)

The woman is a sadist's sadist, and must surely have a degree in psychology tucked inside her corset somewhere, because she understands completely the secret, hidden, dark desires of her guests as well as her staff. And the new clerk, Jess Sanders, has submissive written all over her. She has no idea that her job description will involve a whole lot more than answering the phone and taking bookings. Ms Jaybee gives us a voyeur's eye view into the tight-laced, hard disciplining, gusset-dampening on-the-job training that will either make Jess the perfect submissive or drive her around the bend trying.

But Jess's training is not the only thing on Mrs. Peter's sadistic mind. There's sexy artist, Sam Wheeler, who just may not respond equally well to Mrs. Peter's firm hand. Has she finally met her match in the man who has a bit of a dominant streak of his own?

The action is non-stop, hard-hitting, dark, sexy and intriguing. Though The Perfect submissive is not a book for first-timers at the erotica banquet, I defy anyone to walk away when Mrs Peters enters the room.

This may be Kay Jaybee's debut novel, but here's sincerely hoping there are lots more where The Perfect Submissive came from!


Room 54 - Book Three of The Perfect Submissive Trilogy
Room 54 - Book Three of The Perfect Submissive Trilogy

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What's in Room 54 is too Hot to Handle!, 1 July 2012
Kay Jaybee is the queen of BDSM! If ever I doubted that, her debut novel, The Perfect Submissive, published by Xcite Books, eliminated those doubts. Mrs. Peters is just your typical manageress of a typical business hotel called the Fables, oh, and did I mention that she is also a dominatrix extraordinaire, who runs the hotel's secret, adult entertainment Fifth Floor with an iron hand (and a stiff cane.)

The woman is a sadist's sadist, and must surely have a degree in psychology tucked inside her corset somewhere, because she understands completely the secret, hidden, dark desires of her guests as well as her staff. And the new clerk, Jess Sanders, has submissive written all over her. She has no idea that her job description will involve a whole lot more than answering the phone and taking bookings. Ms Jaybee gives us a voyeur's eye view into the tight-laced, hard disciplining, gusset-dampening on-the-job training that will either make Jess the perfect submissive or drive her around the bend trying.

But Jess's training is not the only thing on Mrs. Peter's sadistic mind. There's sexy artist, Sam Wheeler, who just may not respond equally well to Mrs. Peter's firm hand. Has she finally met her match in the man who has a bit of a dominant streak of his own?

The action is non-stop, hard-hitting, dark, sexy and intriguing. Though The Perfect submissive is not a book for first-timers at the erotica banquet, I defy anyone to walk away when Mrs Peters enters the room.

This may be Kay Jaybee's debut novel, but here's sincerely hoping there are lots more where The Perfect Submissive came from!
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Hidden Agenda - Book One in The Perfect Submissive Trilogy
Hidden Agenda - Book One in The Perfect Submissive Trilogy

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hidden Agenda Hot and Naughty, 1 July 2012
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Kay Jaybee is the queen of BDSM! If ever I doubted that, her debut novel, The Perfect Submissive, published by Xcite Books, eliminated those doubts. Mrs. Peters is just your typical manageress of a typical business hotel called the Fables, oh, and did I mention that she is also a dominatrix extraordinaire, who runs the hotel's secret, adult entertainment Fifth Floor with an iron hand (and a stiff cane.)

The woman is a sadist's sadist, and must surely have a degree in psychology tucked inside her corset somewhere, because she understands completely the secret, hidden, dark desires of her guests as well as her staff. And the new clerk, Jess Sanders, has submissive written all over her. She has no idea that her job description will involve a whole lot more than answering the phone and taking bookings. Ms Jaybee gives us a voyeur's eye view into the tight-laced, hard disciplining, gusset-dampening on-the-job training that will either make Jess the perfect submissive or drive her around the bend trying.

But Jess's training is not the only thing on Mrs. Peter's sadistic mind. There's sexy artist, Sam Wheeler, who just may not respond equally well to Mrs. Peter's firm hand. Has she finally met her match in the man who has a bit of a dominant streak of his own?

The action is non-stop, hard-hitting, dark, sexy and intriguing. Though The Perfect submissive is not a book for first-timers at the erotica banquet, I defy anyone to walk away when Mrs Peters enters the room.

This may be Kay Jaybee's debut novel, but here's sincerely hoping there are lots more where The Perfect Submissive came from!


The Art of Submissive Survival - Book Two in The Perfect Submissive Trilogy
The Art of Submissive Survival - Book Two in The Perfect Submissive Trilogy

5.0 out of 5 stars The Art of Submissive Survival Hot Read!, 1 July 2012
Kay Jaybee is the queen of BDSM! If ever I doubted that, her debut novel, The Perfect Submissive, published by Xcite Books, eliminated those doubts. Mrs. Peters is just your typical manageress of a typical business hotel called the Fables, oh, and did I mention that she is also a dominatrix extraordinaire, who runs the hotel's secret, adult entertainment Fifth Floor with an iron hand (and a stiff cane.)

The woman is a sadist's sadist, and must surely have a degree in psychology tucked inside her corset somewhere, because she understands completely the secret, hidden, dark desires of her guests as well as her staff. And the new clerk, Jess Sanders, has submissive written all over her. She has no idea that her job description will involve a whole lot more than answering the phone and taking bookings. Ms Jaybee gives us a voyeur's eye view into the tight-laced, hard disciplining, gusset-dampening on-the-job training that will either make Jess the perfect submissive or drive her around the bend trying.

But Jess's training is not the only thing on Mrs. Peter's sadistic mind. There's sexy artist, Sam Wheeler, who just may not respond equally well to Mrs. Peter's firm hand. Has she finally met her match in the man who has a bit of a dominant streak of his own?

The action is non-stop, hard-hitting, dark, sexy and intriguing. Though The Perfect submissive is not a book for first-timers at the erotica banquet, I defy anyone to walk away when Mrs Peters enters the room.

This may be Kay Jaybee's debut novel, but here's sincerely hoping there are lots more where The Perfect Submissive came from!


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