In the Woodsby Maggie Casper
Sam Caster enjoys teaching the kink community at BDSM conferences almost as much as he likes playing with newbies. He just needs to keep the fun he's
Delilah Murray isn't exactly sure how she ended up tied to a tree, being erotically tortured by one of the best-looking men she's ever met. But she's going to go with it-and thoroughly savor each and every moment.
Sam Caster enjoys teaching the kink community at BDSM conferences almost as much as he likes playing with newbies. He just needs to keep the fun he's having with his newest play toy to a weekend-only gig.
But anything is possible when you're playing in the woods
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This one goes down a path that surprised me even when the author gave a little warning in the beginning, I was still shocked by some peoples' desires or turn-ons. I know this will probably rope some readers into this book, but I'll never read about this behavior again, I hop.
Reviewed by Victoria Book provided by Ellora’s Cave Review originally posted at Romancing the Book I choose this book because the summery caught my attention. While I have read a few books by Maggie Casper it has been a few months since I picked up a book by her. Delilah is a plus sized woman who has issues with her size. I loved how realistic Delilah is. She has the same fears as any normal women does. Sam is a Dom who is well trained. Sam knows when to push and when not to push. He comes off as what someone would expect a Dom to be. I enjoyed the chemistry between Delilah and Sam it was off the charts in this book. The sex scenes were scorching hot. Even though the story was, one sex scene after another it was not over the top. I enjoyed the ending. The book had an open ending that left you wondering if there will be another book with these characters. The only thing that would have made this book better is if it was not as short as it was. At 56 pages it left you wanting more, and not in a good way. Overall, this was a great quick read.