The Most Exquisite Gift

Dakota Dawn
The Most Exquisite Gift
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Siren Publishing
Release Date
July 2011
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more

[Siren Allure: Erotic Contemporary BDSM Romance, with menage elements, sex toys]

Being nice can sometimes get you tethered and begging. Kneeling at a blond giant's feet was the last thing Dara would have guessed she'd be doing today. A favor for a friend was quickly turning into a heated lesson in BDSM. She knew she shouldn't stay under false pretenses, but her body wouldn't let her leave him.

The second his midnight gaze lands on her, Garner knows he should never have let his friend talk him into training her. The dark-haired beauty arouses feelings in him she shouldn't. Her expressive eyes draw out the protective and possessive Dom in him, and the sight of her luscious lips tell him his heart is in deep trouble. Oh yeah, she is a glitch in his well-ordered life. A beautiful, spirited glitch. Some gifts are too priceless to ever give up.

Book Review by Rebecca
Sep 26, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
194 people found the following review helpful
A true romance, THE MOST EXQUISITE GIFT is short and sweet like a cupcake. Readers will be satisfied but still left wishing there was more to read about this budding couple. And while they enjoy the BDSM lifestyle, the author ensures readers see the relationship as foremost important.

Set up by her friends, Dara drives out to Garner's home believing she is picking up a gift. But to her surprise, she's treated to a hot lesson in BDSM. She never expected to be kneeling at a man's feet and she's certain she shouldn't do so under false pretenses, but her body wouldn't let her leave him. Dara is a strong character, willing to experiment but maintaining her personality in the experience.

Unlike Dara, Garner knows he's being sent a new submissive who wishes to be trained. Having shied away from new subs, he only agrees because Bryan is his friend and has made this special request. Then when Dara brings out the protective and possessive Dom in him, he begins to wonder if this may be more than training. Dara turns his structured life on its side but it's when he introduces her to another Dom as part of her training that teaches him the most important lesson… some gifts aren't for sharing.

While I enjoyed the author's straightforward writing style, the dialogue was awkward, not written in a conversational tone. But the characters' actions, more than their words, spoke to their budding relationship. Descriptive sex scenes were like the frosting on top of the cupcake – adding to the story without overpowering the true message.
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