The Art of Submission
Publish date: February 14th 2013
Publisher: Kindle Publishing Direct
Pages no: 292
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
Series: The Art of D/s (#1)
I have bought the whole trilogy in a bundle but it seems I won't be able to even finish the first half of the first book. Grrr. I enjoyed the set up and was all prepared to get a nice billionaire hunk with some kinky obsessions and an overall enjoyable guilty pleasure reading marathon. What I got in...
I'm pretty sure that the copy I have is an old unedited version. Anyway:What I liked:the humour Isa brought to the Dom/Sub situationsWhat I didn't like:the whole hair twirling thing drove me crazyneither of the MCs acted like mature adults-they pouted & fussed like teenagersdual POVs which told you ...
It *is* better written than FSoG on the prose level, so that's why it earned itself 1 star on top of FSoG.Else this is just another plagiarism of The Book Which Shall Not Be Named. In fact down to little idiosyncrasies, the state of utter immaturity of the MCs, the tics and spleens. Everything and e...
1.5 stars. I just don't know this book didn't hook me. I'm not sure if Dominguez is a new author, but the writing was a bit unpracticed. There was WAY too much detail about the monotonous. The story is quite long, but it doesn't really go anywhere for most of the book. There is certainly a story her...
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