- Luminosity Publishing LLP
- Release Date
- August 2014
- Book 1 of Scorpio Saga
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
No strings… Only possibilities…
My name is Connor McClane, and if you haven't guessed, I'm a Scorpio.
Few women have ever made an impression on me. Not one of them could live up to the sexual prowess of Meredith Kincaid, the woman who stole my virginity and taught me to be a man. Now, three years later, we meet again.
She wants me, but only on her terms. She has a secret. I want to keep it casual and am determined not to fall in love. Yet we draw together like the proverbial moth to a flame. So I am entangled in a web of sensual exploration and emotion that leads to a cataclysmic confrontation with the man who has vowed to own Meredith. Will I say yes to the possibilities?
Join Connor and Meredith for lots of steamy hot sex while we learn about the boy who will become the billionaire in this prequel of The Scorpio Saga.
Book Review by Delta (reviewer)
May 04, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
143 people found the following review helpful
One man's introduction to the word of BDSM starts with a Scorpio's temper and the excitement of first love.
Three years ago, Connor McClane was an 18 year old virgin. Then he met Meredith Kincaid and his world was sufficiently rocked. Connor has yet to meet a woman who can compare to Meredith, and when they reunite, the years melt away. But neither is the same person, and the sexual power exchanges they once played at is now something she needs in her life… something Connor struggles to understand, something that makes his Scorpio temper fly. But when his Merry is in trouble, Connor will do whatever it takes to get her back safely. And when he does, he vows to learn all he can about the D/s lifestyle so he can be the only one to satisfy Merry's desires.
SCORPIO BEGINS is the prequel of The Scorpio Saga about a gazillionaire and his journey into BDSM. This story is told from Connor's POV and focuses on his first love Meredith, the woman who introduces him into the lifestyle and helps him understand his desires. While this wasn't a terrible story, the writing felt stilted and abrupt at times, making the flow of the story just feel off. Connor was an intriguing character though, and it was interesting getting a glimpse into that first relationship that lights a fire into a person's interest into any sexual kink. The obsession that starts when someone finds the thing that calls to them and sets them apart from their friends & family. The need that arises when they figure out that others have the same desires. The sex scenes were very erotic yet somewhat cheesy at times, and in truth they didn't do much for me though I'm sure that others will find them delicious.
Bottom Line: I'm reserving complete judgement until I get through the other two books in this series, but this wasn't a terrible prequel to start off with.
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