- Boroughs Publishing Group
- Release Date
- July 2017
BDSM, Erotic Romance
When they met on Friday night, he dominated her. When he walks into her photography classroom on Wednesday morning, the question is, who's in charge.
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Women beg Wes Oliver to dominate them in darkness. In the light, he's finally getting his life back on track. College is priority number one—until he finds his new professor is the delicious Sub who ran out on him last weekend, a brilliant and mature beauty nothing like the girls who usually kneel before him. Suddenly, this is no longer just about pleasure. This is about his heart.
Aimee Eastman has rules. Rules for herself. Rules for her college photography students. Rules for the partners she submits to at private BDSM house parties. Then the hot young Dom who topped her last weekend walks into her classroom and all boundaries fly out the window—or would if she could just give up control. Like she wants. Like she needs. Then she and Wes might share forever.
Aug 08, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
122 people found the following review helpful
DARK ROOMS by Sionna Fox or as I now call it, the "The Tale of Wes and Aimee" was an enjoyable read. Well, really, it was much more than that. It was hot, cold, tragic, vibrant, intoxicating, sexy, ouchy, fun, and entertaining and not necessarily in that order.
Likes: The premise of the story with Aimee as his teacher and all the moral dilemmas that go with that was put together well and didn't come across as contrived. I really liked how we dropped into the story in Wes' point of view at the home of Ed and Hank as they get ready to host their party. The different vignettes with the couples from Wes' perspective was lovely and sad, as we realize he's been on the receiving end of heartbreak. When he first sees Aimee, I adored his description of her. Oh, and their negotiation of their first scene was a dream. When they do come together at different times and Wes is in dom mode, Aimee's responses were grand fun to read.
Dislikes: While I liked Aimee as a character and could understand the character's heartache and why she would respond and/or do the things she did, I found it tiresome at times. The constant looking for something wrong didn't sit well with me. While it is very much part of her character, I kept wanting her to take that chance instead of everyone else doing it first, especially since Wes came across as so much more enigmatic despite having gone through similar circumstances.
This is my first time reading Ms. Fox and I'm impressed and hope more will be on the way. Well done.
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