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Posted September 2, 2013
This was too short! That's my major complaint. And I really loved how real the characters were written to be, I felt sorry for Adam when he was resisting again Skye's influence on his feelings and his overall concept on the training relationship between the two of them. I can't wait to read the other books by Eden Bradley. Definitely intense and steamy from beginning to end, but the biggest thing I liked was that Skye's cousin guided to do research and do lots of research before jumping into something she didn't understand. Research, research, and even more research and learning. :)Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 14, 2013
A quick erotic read with romance and love. Skye learns to let go and open up, but so does Adam. It wasn't always easy, but they found thier way to happiness.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 28, 2013
Posted March 15, 2013
Reviewed by Guest Reviewer/Jenifer& posted at Under the Covers Book Blog
“I was completely taken in by this one from the first page.” ~Under the Covers
First I’ll just get to the point and say how much I loved Breaking Skye. Novellas aren’t usually my favorite reading length, as the stories are often too short for satisfying character development. I was completely taken in by this one from the first page. While I like BDSM stories that take place in clubs and with experienced players, I really appreciate one where the woman is new to the lifestyle, but not clueless. Skye is a strong, intelligent and independent woman who has harbored submissive desires long enough to finally reach out to someone online. When she meets Adam, a longtime Master, she is captivated from the first moment. Adam trains submissives, but doesn’t become involved with them emotionally. Little does he know that Skye will challenge his boundaries. He can’t help but be inexplicably drawn to her. Their scenes are hot, but about to become hotter if he can’t control his desire for not only her mind, but her body.
I loved Breaking Skye because I found it to be so believable. Bradley captures the emotions of a new sub perfectly, from the infatuation of the first meeting, to her first time in subspace, to the languid calm that one experiences during aftercare. The actual play is fairly tame, but it goes to show that enjoyment of a story, just like a scene, is not so much about the actions that take place, but how they’re spun together to capture the mind. A simple spanking can be more erotic than the dirtiest sex if done right and this story really delivered for me on that front. Skye’s initial resistance and apprehension, her blatant fear, is spot-on. Adam’s dating life is a bit of a shock to the reader, but also very real life. I loved that the action was in a bedroom, not in a club. No intricate bondage or spectacle sex, just real D/s exploration that rung true. I few more scenes would be awesome Ms. Bradley! I’d love to see these characters again.
*Review copy provided by author
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Posted March 8, 2013
I really enjoyed this story. Like all of Eden books and stories this one hit the right spot ( this time with a palm and some cloths pins) Its a short fast read, I'm sure u will love it as much as I did.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.