REVIEW: Dare Me

REVIEW: Dare Me

Read my review of Jennifer Probst's Dare Me.

Dare Me is a sexy and enjoyable read. This was my first encounter with a dominatrix, and I do wish more time could have been spent on that topic. Perhaps a little more illustration of how this differs from the traditional depiction of BDSM relationships. With that being said, it does seem to be Probst’s style to leave you wanting more. 
 
This book is an example of the predicament that the sexually marginalized endure. I had never considered the plights of a dominatrix before. Although, I was not surprised to when Summer had a difficult time finding a submissive partner, especially one so commanding in all other areas. On the other side, the shame Rafe feels for his submission is commentary to the misogyny of our culture.

After having read the first three books I can’t wait to get my hand on the fourth book, Beg Me. I look forward to seeing what Remington is into, and what FANTA-C cooks up for him.

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REVIEW: Play Me

REVIEW: Play Me

Read a review of Jennifer Probst's Play Me. 

I am so in love with Rome and Sloane! I was absolutely delighted to encounter such a strong and confident woman and a partner man enough to handle her. It’s a refreshing change from the meek and timid women gracing most of chick-lit these days. I do wish we could have spent a little more time with the dominating and virile Rome, but he seems to be the type that leaves you wanting more. 

This is a quick and sexy read, and since this is only book two in the series there is still the promise of more to come. Are the little brothers of the Steele family so dominating and alpha? One can only hope. 

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