- Siren Publishing, Inc
- Release Date
- April 2013
- Book 1 of Safeword LLC
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Becca Schuler has always fantasized about bondage, but does that really make her depraved? According to an ex-boyfriend, it does.
After losing her job, and with no way to pay her rent, Becca hits a local bar to drown her sorrows. The last thing she expects is to meet a mysterious woman who assures that she can make Becca's dream a reality. Is there really a company called Safeword LLC that places submissive women with dominant men per their preferences on a simple application?
Knowing she has nothing to lose, Becca fills out the form on www.safewordllc.com. Her placement lands her in the sensual and strict hands of Lane and Ross Ellison, who train her to be their ideal submissive. But when Becca's fear of not being perfect weaves its way into their lives, she sets out to be just that and unknowingly risks losing it all.
Note: There is no sexual relationship or touching for titillation between or among siblings.
Jul 19, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
87 people found the following review helpful
Peyton Elizabeth has created a new series that takes you beyond the standard world of Doms and subs. She takes you into the relationship that comes with the building of trust of all parties involved. She shows that it's more than about who does what to whom and more than about pain or punishment.
Becca has always had a desire for more than vanilla sex, but when an ex-boyfriend calls her wish to be tied up depraved, she starts to think he's right. And yet she wants to try the lifestyle just once. After getting fired from her job and commiserating with a co-worker over drinks, her tongue get loose and she lets the tidbit slip. Her conversation is overheard by Kennedy Van Camp, owner of Safeword LLC. Handing Becca a business card, Kennedy tells her that she can help her find what she needs. Does Becca have the courage?
Twins Lane and Ross have shared everything their whole lives. This includes their BDSM lifestyle and sharing women. But they're looking for more than a sub. They want THE sub, the one that will complete their lives and be their love. But they need the real Becca and not the sub whose need to be the perfect sub stifles who she really is. When an incident happens that shakes Ross and Lane's trust in Becca, Lane accuses her of betraying them, and she uses her safe-word, ending their ménage. Because trust is supposed to go both ways, isn't it?
It takes the help of friends, Kennedy and time for Becca to see she may have safe-worded too soon. And Lane and Ross should have taken a different approach to the problem.
The author takes you through the trial and tribulations of the building relationship between the three of them. She gives a beautiful look beyond what most books do about just the sexual aspects of the BDSM lifestyle. Her characters are well rounded and beautifully written. This is a story well worth reading. I'm looking forward to more from this author.
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