- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- August 2015
- Book 1 of Three Divisions
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
A reverent touch to a set of suede-covered cuffs, and Jillian Dosh unwittingly takes the first step into a world that she never knew existed. Busted while she's making a stealthy visit to Three Divisions Lifestyle Emporium, Jillian can't believe she's face-to-face with her fantasy lover. Much more potent up front and personal, Leo Straton's commanding presence intrigues and scares her at the same time. Can fantasy become reality?
Recognizing the voluptuous Jillian as the perfect submissive for him, Leo begins a journey to pull her into his world of D/s. She's innocent, imaginative, strong-willed, and dangerous to his heart. She's his butterfly—stuck in the chrysalis of the vanilla world and ready to spread her wings. Overcoming her initial hesitancy, Jillian begins to blossom under his tutelage. But an innocent deception may bring this new love to a crashing halt.
Three Divisions ignites the senses, fires up your libido, and makes you crave to be owned by this Dom.
Reader Note: This is Book 1 of a Trilogy. Can be read as a standalone.
Aug 01, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
79 people found the following review helpful
Lawyer Jillian Dosh finds success in her career, but no satisfaction in the bedroom. Little does she know that a quick trip to an adult shop would be the key to a new world.
In THREE DIVISIONS: LEO, author Celeste Prater gives Jillian an introduction into the BDSM lifestyle at the hands of Leo Straton. The bad boy Dom is more than ready to show Jillian what true submission is all about.
The relationship aspect of the story unfolds well with plenty of spicy interludes. Jillian is understandably cautious about giving up control, but Leo gives her plenty of information. I liked this aspect of the story because the author provided a perfect backdrop for safe, sane and consensual play.
Aside from the intense Dom/sub play, there is also a good dose of suspense and intrigue that eventually reveals a secret that Leo has been keeping. Brenda Kingsley's shenanigans certainly added an amusing twist, especially given Jillian's calm handling of the situation. I did get a bit distracted because of the escalation of the Kingsley drama since it took the focus off the kink aspect of the storyline. Overall, I found this to be an interesting story with solid characters.
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