Description: Lexie Palmer is a writer in search of the perfect story.
When a case of mistaken identity introduces her to the charismatic dominant, Garrett Hughes, she discovers her salvation. In hopes of penning an accurate portrayal of the BDSM lifestyle, Garrett agrees to educate Lexie.
She eagerly places herself in Garret’s capable hands, but what starts out as just business with the sexy Mr. Hughes takes a turn toward the unexpected.
Soon, Lexie becomes immersed in his world, and finds Garret taking control of her life. Her experiences with Garrett may be providing wonderful material for her book, but how far is she willing to go to for her story?
Lexie Palmer is about to get a lesson in submission that she will never forget.
Rating: 1/5 Stars
Cover: It wasn’t the reason this book got chosen by me, although I love the red ribbon
Review: I found this book to be a little confusing and conflicting. Why present Lexie as a dom if you aren’t following through with it? Why say people are either this or that and then promptly say they can be made to switch?
Lexie’s ‘dom’ told her about safe, sane, consensual. And then it was promptly forgotten and everything became rather rapey. Having a scene with someone who had a fever the same day? A scene under alcoholic influence?
Apart from that I felt no connection between Lexie and Garret. Lexie was a rather interesting character to me at first and I would have loved if she stood her ground. The way she developed I didn’t understand one bit. And everything was happening in 20 days, folks.
Garret… gave me the creeps. Seriously. And he is really stereotype-y as well. If I would have been Lexie, I would have run screaming. Maybe see if I can find a sub for my own. That would have been something I would have loved to read.
The other characters were rather disposable. All the doms were men, a lot ot the time older men, the subs were female and every one of them slender or petite.
I got provided with an ARC of this book by NetGalley in exchange for a honest review. Thank you.