Series: Web Master (book 1)
Rating: 4/5 stars
Cover: It doesn’t stand out.
Trigger warnings: none
Description: An online connection.
Masked by anonymity.
No cameras. No pictures.
Curiosity ignited to intrigue.
I thought I knew what I was getting into, but had no idea how far we would go…
My intention was to test the waters, dip my toe in the wading pool. Instead I surrendered to the world of seduction and submission as he submerged me–body, mind, and soul–into an ocean of eroticism.
Emails, texts, and hidden identities, were one thing. But now, coming face-to-face with the mystery man, the star of my fantasies, both terrifies and completely thrills me. If all goes according to plan, he will intensify the exquisite bond we share by transporting me to that glorious intersection between agony and ecstasy. If not, everything we’ve built will come crashing down around us, destroying my dreams in the process.
Either way, there is no going back. Because I want more. Much more.
He always says, “For every ounce of pleasure, a price must be paid.”
And I am going to pay…
Warning: If you’re not a fan of dirty talk or dominant alpha males, “Her Web Master” may not be for you, but if you’re looking for a filthy online boyfriend who will make your toes curl, meet Sophie’s mysterious Dom.
Review: It wasn’t exactly what I was hoping for, but I was surprised how not-light the bdsm part was. Usually there’s a little bit of spanking and that’s it. Here the reader gets for example fork-play.
I was hoping for more details about the online training, since most novels are about live ‘training’. Sadly most solo scenes are mere retellings and rather short, too. More about Sophie’s feelings would have been appreciated. Instead it felt a little bit rushed. It gets better when they move on to phone sessions at least.
I had some problems with the language (not the dirt talk, mind you). So much ‘clit humming’ (I never heard humming used that way before, too) and so much ‘that clit/pussy etc.’ as well. I was tempted to count how often it was used, to be honest.
The end was very predictable and unrealistic as well. So… romance? Not really. Erotica? Yes.
I still was interested in the story and I may read the next installments as well.
Disclaimer: I was provided through NetGalley with a free copy in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.