Switch (Mills & Boon Spice)
Don’t Think. Don’t Question. Just Do. Shall we begin? This is your first list. You will follow each instruction perfectly. There is no margin for error. Your reward will be my attention and command. The anonymous note wasn't for me. It was just a piece of paper with a few lines scrawled on it.... show more
Don’t Think. Don’t Question. Just Do. Shall we begin? This is your first list. You will follow each instruction perfectly. There is no margin for error. Your reward will be my attention and command. The anonymous note wasn't for me. It was just a piece of paper with a few lines scrawled on it. The black looping letters looked so innocent. They were not. Before the note, if a man had told me what to do, I'd have told him where to go. But now I’m learning that submission is an art. Doing someone's bidding is… exciting, liberating – even addictive. ‘One of the most powerful writers of erotic romance.”
Publish date: March 1st 2010
Publisher: Mills & Boon Spice
Pages no: 379
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Initial reactions: Sorry to say I didn't like this story much at all. I thought I would, but the story did not flow as well as some of Hart's other works, and I was hard pressed to care about very many, if any of the characters. Plus, some of the revelations really came out of thin air, and there...
I got bored to tears by the opening of the story which was an info dump and the leading mentally masturbating over stationary. I like paper and pens, but this was page after page of detailed information on paper. She likes fancy types of paper, sealing waxy and calligraphy sets. I GET IT! I didn't n...
More like 3.5 stars. Liked:* Paige is a complicated heroine. I didn't love her. In fact, I alternately admired and disliked her. This is a nice break from heroines who are universally likable (or hateable).* The writing is very sensual even when it's not an overtly sexy scene.* I kept reading past w...
Hard to put into words but as usual after reading a story written by Megan Hart my mind is racing and my thoughts are scattered as can hardly process how the story came full circle as it ended. Nothing comes close to being pulled in so deep you are shocked when the last page of a book is turned, rig...