Belladonna's Submissive 21st Birthday [NOOK Book]

Overview

Now, in college, Belladonna takes a job as a nude model for a college sketch class. The professor is a dreamboat and Belladonna wants him bad. She is sure it is just a matter of time and they will become intimate, but after months pass without any overt interest she wonders what the problem is. Getting desperate, with her twenty-first birthday approaching, she confronts him only to find out he's
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Belladonna's Submissive 21st Birthday

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Overview

Now, in college, Belladonna takes a job as a nude model for a college sketch class. The professor is a dreamboat and Belladonna wants him bad. She is sure it is just a matter of time and they will become intimate, but after months pass without any overt interest she wonders what the problem is. Getting desperate, with her twenty-first birthday approaching, she confronts him only to find out he's
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011093128
  • Publisher: New Dawning Books
  • Publication date: 9/2/2010
  • Series: Belladonna, #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 652,603
  • File size: 245 KB

Meet the Author

A little bit about Marchesa. (very little) She lives in Las Vegas where the temp once hit 125. She likes to think her stories are as hot as Las Vegas. She's Italian and Greek, (born in Italy) just like her horny heroines and She's #@*&# years old. Her great grand aunt was a marchesa in Italy, hence she borrowed her title.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2012

    Be Careful. This as a HOT HOT HOT BDSM Title but some may find i

    Be Careful. This as a HOT HOT HOT BDSM Title but some may find it too wild.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 25, 2014

    Bella was a woman who loved sex. Did not matter who the partner

    Bella was a woman who loved sex. Did not matter who the partner was as long as she got sex she was in heaven. Bella to me seemed
     to be a free spirit. She was young and didn't want to waste a moment of her life doing things that bored her. She only dated men for four
     months and then move onto someone else, that way relationships stayed exciting to her.

    She is a free spirit and enjoys life the way she wants and that's with plenty of sex. But a girl needs money. She answers an ad for a
    model in an art class. The professor is very good looking and she puts on the charm and wants him and her to have sex. But he isn't
    exactly the normal sexual partner she has normally has had in the past. He is a professional Dom.  She is in for an experiment she will
    never forgot! Her journey even starts in his classroom on his desk, nothing like getting to be the teachers pet in more ways than one.

    Over all this book was enjoyable. I liked the concept of the book. Bella was easy to like, even if she was pretty easy. My problem with
    this book was I found  a few errors. One of the scenes started out good but when something happens that is impossible to do unless
    you are so flexible that your hands can come around the front of you while your hands are tied behind your back with packing tape.
     Not possible, and very unbelievable. That was one of my issues with this book. The other errors are still distracting but that one just
     ruined the entire part for me.  I will read another book from this author and hopefully the errors will be fewer and the story still has the
     interest that this one had for me. 

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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