Adam & Eden

Adam & Eden

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by Lizbeth Dusseau
     
 

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BDSM erotica. Obsessive sexual submissive, Eden Rose, is sometimes a shy waif, sometimes a sultry vamp, sometimes an unruly brat. Running in panic from her master, Jacob, to attorney Adam Cady, she seeks a safe haven from the ruthless man that owns her life. However, telling the astute attorney half-truths, she quickly learns that he can see behind her charades and…  See more details below

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BDSM erotica. Obsessive sexual submissive, Eden Rose, is sometimes a shy waif, sometimes a sultry vamp, sometimes an unruly brat. Running in panic from her master, Jacob, to attorney Adam Cady, she seeks a safe haven from the ruthless man that owns her life. However, telling the astute attorney half-truths, she quickly learns that he can see behind her charades and lies. And when he delivers her into the safety of his summer home, far from her former lover's grasp, she discovers a new master she must meet face to face. Serving this man requires surrendering to all she fears, to whips and chains and bondage, to anal sex and orgies, to his initials fused to her ass with fire and ink, and nights of captivity bathed in his unusual brand of love. For the extremes in sexual dominance/submission rendered graphically, to shock, provoke and please, follow Adam & Eden into their garden of light and dark, pleasure and punishment, love and surrender. Graphic sexual content.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781934349007
Publisher:
Pink Flamingo Publications
Publication date:
05/30/2000
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
365
File size:
212 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Adam & Eden 2.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Eden's character is what killed the book for me. In this particular book, Dusseau seems to have mistaken submissive for doormat. Eden is devoid of really any personality. Her inability stand up for herself in any situation is constant throughout the book and soon becomes annoying. Anyone who knows anything about bdsm would be slapping their foreheads, reading about her treating basically a strange vanilla man as her dominant. Eden also seems to use her masochism as an excuse for allowing herself to be abused.
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