- Release Date
- December 2012
BDSM, Erotic Romance
Alison's happy to submit to the right man, but when Aaron asks her to switch places with him, the last thing she expects is to enjoy it.
Alison has a problem. She knows better than to come without her Dom's permission, but she just finished without him even being in the house, all thanks to a book he bought her along with some peppermint oils from their kitchen cabinet.
Aaron's a good Dom and always takes care of his subs. When he wanted Alison to achieve subspace, he bought her books where the characters did just that. And now, he's been mentally training her with books without her knowing it.
That is, until the peppermint oils. When Aaron returns home, he not only smells the oils on her, but he can taste them as well. Assured Alison does more with her books than just reading them for pleasure, Aaron's ready to take their mental training to a whole new level.
Book Review by Lynn (reviewer)
Feb 04, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
116 people found the following review helpful
HONEST CRAVINGS puts a steamy twist on the concept of relationship equality.
Aaron enjoys being Alison's Dom, but can't help but wonder what it is that brings her so much pleasure as a sub. Alison can't even begin to imagine being anything but a sub to Aaronuntil he uses her love of reading to put ideas in her head. When Aaron give Alison a book where the plot is about a Domme/ sub relationship, she is fairly certain Aaron is suggesting that he would like to try reversing their roles.
This story is actually very sweet. Aaron is slightly insecure about his desire to be a sub, if only temporarily, so he makes the suggestion through a book. He knows Alison loves to read and gets sexual ideas from the books he buys for her. Alison is scared to let go of her role as sub because she enjoys Aaron's control and she doesn't want to disappoint her Dom in any way. The two explore these feelings together and agree that a little role reversal and shared perspective will bring them closer as a couple.
Their experiment is a success as both Aaron and Alison discover new things about themselves and each other. Although brief, this was an enjoyable snippet of a happy, open, equal relationship.
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