Kris Torrence wants to experience sexual submission to a man once in her lifetime. Having a reputation for being a sedate, boring professor, nobody at her university job suspects anything when she signs up to work for a five-day excursion at an exclusive gentlemen's resort catering to wealthy men... show more
Kris Torrence wants to experience sexual submission to a man once in her lifetime. Having a reputation for being a sedate, boring professor, nobody at her university job suspects anything when she signs up to work for a five-day excursion at an exclusive gentlemen's resort catering to wealthy men seeking submissive sex slaves. Jack McKenna has been Dr. Kris Torrence's longtime nemesis. When he sees a naked woman walking around the resort whose long, dark red hair reminds him of the uptight professor who will have nothing to do with him, he decides to buy her. When he sees her face for the first time, Jack and Kris will both get the shock of a lifetime... "The Possession is an outstanding example of what a truly romantic erotic romance should be. Rich characterizations, engaging dialogue, and an explosive passion meld together to create a highly entertaining story." - Terrie Figueroa, Romance Reviews Today "This was my first Jaid Black story but I definitely plan on getting others... Once I picked it up I couldn't put it down. The Possession is a well written, highly erotic story of 2 people who decide to do something different to shake up their lives and find love along the way." - Diane Mason, Sime~Gen, Inc.
Publish date: July 25th 2008
Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing
Pages no: 158
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
Very erotic short story with a fun plot but the heroine spent so much time doubting herself which conflicted with her desire to be self indulgent. Research archeologist Dr Kris signs up to be a submissive at a sex resort and runs into her nemesis Jack.
Horrible cover - but you shouldn't fault the author for them unless she's letting her new boyfriend do the graphics, then it's all her fault. The story itself was great. Kris is a professor of anthology in San Francisco and Jack is the owner of a construction company that tries to work with the Un...
Okay for what it was. I bought a box of Ellora's Cave books at a garage sale for $5.00 and this was one of them. Pretty much the same old, same old with a little D/S thrown in almost as an afterthought. Ho hum...........
I can never remember if I like Ms. Black and then I remember this story. I did like this story. This was great dynamic between office mates. I enjoyed it greatly. The humour was good. Kris is funny and innocent. Jack is a jackass but really isn't. I recommend it for a fun read.