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  • Posted July 23, 2012

    This story has many emotional layers. It’s not just a sto

    This story has many emotional layers. It’s not just a story about Dante and Julie. It’s a story about an unconventional but very loving functional family that adjusts to the introduction of a new member….how refreshing! There are two things I liked about this story. The first, the author took her time conveying the emotional states of all the characters. Though everyone, accept Julie, is for the new arrangement there are still adjustments to be made. The twins have always known her as Aunt Julie, now her role in their lives is changing. Blake welcomes Julie with open arms and understands the D/s relationship that her husband wants her to have with Dante and though he isn’t jealous, he won’t be used as a sexual substitute for Dante’s frustration or sexual desire for Julie. Limits have to be set and understood. Everyone is affected and adjustments have to be made. Now that’s real life, not romantic story telling. The second thing I loved about this story is that these people aren’t young twenty and thirty- somethings. Julie is in her late 40s, still sexual, sexy and these mid-forty, older and younger men are attracted to who she is…an intelligent, funny and feisty woman. These characters acknowledge and deal with the effects of age. It’s easy to kneel on the floor when your twenty-something but a lot harder in your mid 40s and you’re reaching for the “joint juice” while your lover takes extra care to massage your knees and ankles after a session. ASSUMED MASTER has emotional depth, wonderfully ‘real’ characters, an intriguing plot and a very satisfying ending. I will definitely be making the time to read the other books in Ms. Munro’s Identity Series, because this one is a winner

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