- Release Date
- August 2011
- Book 1 of Viper's Dungeon
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
[Siren Menage Everlasting: Erotic BDSM Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, public exhibition, voyeurism, whipping, flogging, sex toys]
Emma didn't even know something was missing until she found it. Terrified by her first taste of BDSM, Emma begins to learn the true meaning of submission when Jace and Logan intervene.
Jace has finally reached a point in his life where he's looking to build a future with that special someone. Emma, with her independent streak and natural submission, seems like the perfect woman for Jace. But Logan seems deeply affected by her, too.
Logan is on forced medical leave from the Navy SEALs and he's not happy about it. That is, until he and Jace rescue a frightened little sub from her obnoxious Dom. Logan can't seem to walk away, even though it would be the best thing for Emma and Jace.
But when they discover that her ex-boyfriend is actually a serial stalker, can they keep Emma safe while they teach her about her own needs?
** A Siren Erotic Romance
Sep 30, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
134 people found the following review helpful
So much potential, so few words… with more time to develop the plot, this book would've been fabulous. With some hints of suspense but then no real action, readers may feel cheated out of what could have been. As is, it is a good read with likeable characters.
Emma goes to Viper's Dungeon for her first taste of BDSM with her current boyfriend, a "wanna-be" Dom. But it's when dungeon masters Logan and Jace come to her rescue that Emma begins to learn what true submission is. And they all find that she's a natural submissive. Perfect for Jace who is looking for a woman to spend the rest of his life with, but a complication for Logan who isn't looking for long-term anything. Currently on medical leave from the Navy SEALs, Logan is just looking for something to fill the time before he heads back on assignment. After spending time as a threesome and discovering how perfectly they fit, Logan can't walk away even though he believes it would be best for Emma and Jace. Though if there had been some more communication, Logan would've discovered they wanted him as a part of their relationship.
The missed potential comes in when the men discover that Emma's boyfriend is a serial stalker who is now obsessed with her. There could've been so much more suspense surrounding this storyline. But it seems romance remains the focus as the men try to keep Emma out of harm. Both men fall for her and each deal with it in their own way. With very different personalities, their courses of action lead them to Emma through different means, though both fulfill a part of her that needs them.
With the potential to be a great suspense, I was bummed that it ended so simply. While I liked the characters - all three were interesting one their own and together - the story was rather flat. As a simple romance, it is a good read but I wouldn't consider it a romantic suspense.
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