- Totally Bound
- Release Date
- July 2015
- Book 1 of The Blackened Window
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Her naiveté and his intensity fuse into a time bomb of sex and secrets. Can a young feminist and a Dominant with secrets make it work?
"The first year is the most traumatic." Leda's medical school advisor's words seemed like the words of a retiring blowhard, until she met Xander.
What starts as a tutorial in anatomy quickly evolves into Xander's desire to possess Leda. While she is drawn to him, wants to give in and experience sharp passion unlike any she has ever known, she has reservations. Can a feminist, a modern independent woman truly be a sexual submissive? Why is he holding back? What is the dark past that Xander is hiding from her? And ultimately, can she trust him—with her body and her heart?
Xander wasn't looking for a submissive, but his attraction to Leda is undeniable. He tries to follow caution, but ultimately he has to take her, subdue her, at her insistence. The more he opens himself up to her, though, the more his past comes back to haunt him, with nearly catastrophic events when his former lover shows up at their door on New Year's Eve. How can he keep and protect Leda from all the risks of his kink, when he knows he is the biggest threat to her wellbeing?
Reader Advisory: This books contains a scene of dubious consent, a F/F scene, public play, pain play and anal play
Nov 21, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
134 people found the following review helpful
As a Dom, Xander is used to getting his own way. When he meets Leda, his normally regimented world is torn upside down.
In WRECKED, author Corrine Silver pens an in-depth look into the BDSM lifestyle as Xander introduces the young medical student to a whole new way of playing doctor.
Full of explosive heat, the author jumps right in, exploring some of the darker aspects of kink at the hands of skilled Doms and Dommes. Although there is a wide array of options introduced in the story, Xander and Leda take their time to find what works best for them.
The struggle to determine whether they will be able to meet each other's needs was addressed well. With a solid set of supporting characters, the storyline moves along well. Mix in a former disgruntled submissive and there's even a bit of controversy.
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