The Secret Life of a Submissive: A True Story
THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER Sarah K has a secret. By day she’s a writer and level-headed single mother; by night she’s a submissive, living a real-life Fifty Shades of Grey that is thrilling beyond her wildest dreams. But this is no fantasy: Sarah’s story is all true. ... show more
THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER Sarah K has a secret. By day she’s a writer and level-headed single mother; by night she’s a submissive, living a real-life Fifty Shades of Grey that is thrilling beyond her wildest dreams. But this is no fantasy: Sarah’s story is all true. Daring, evocative and thrilling, but told with wit and honesty, this is an explosive account of life as a submissive, and of a secret world in which only a few dare to play. When Max comes into Sarah’s life – charming, handsome and deliciously brooding – she can’t resist. She surrenders to him in every way: he is a dominant, and Sarah becomes his submissive, yielding her body to his every desire. But as Sarah pushes her mind and body to its limits – performing acts E.L. James would blush at – she begins to realise that she’s in too deep. Pleasure and pain have become her world; she’s addicted to the adrenalin, to the sensation and to Max himself. Now she’s in serious danger of giving in to the ultimate temptation: falling in love…
Publish date: December 6th 2012
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
The Secret Life of a Submissive is written by a well published romance/erotica writer under a pseudonym. Apparently, she had a very regular, if boring, love life and after her divorce, she decided to explore her BDSM fantasies. I thought the book was very well written. Something I would expect fro...
It's weird reviewing memoirs. You can say they're plotless and you don't like the characters, but they're real, and it's for that very reason that a memoir is plotless and you don't like the characters. So I can understand why memoir writers might take reviews of their memoirs personally.The Secret ...
Sarah K's story grabbed my attention after I read a glowing review on Claire's Book Corner. The story was a true account and it was based in England which ensured that I went and bought the damn book straight away.I would not call The Secret Life of a Submissive an erotic romance - it reads like a t...