Davis believed his life and everything about it was perfect. He had a great job, his own house on the beach complete with a private 'dungeon' for his more adventurous encounters, great friends, the perfect club membership at a private BDSM club, and what he felt was most important, total control – until the day he was forced to realize that perfection wasn't something he could control.
Imanya and Kaena were as opposite as two women could be, but had one thing in common...Davis.
Learning to trust again will prove that while he is the 'dominant' in the bedroom, they control what really matters...his heart.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)|
About the Author
Thinking outside the box is a metaphor that means to think differently, unconventionally, or from a new perspective.
Christine Hart combines an addiction to writing, romance, and 'outside the box' thinking, with a love of playing with words. She enjoys creating quirky, slightly neurotic characters that aren't perfect as they deal with their lives and the world around them. Even so, they always find love, and hopefully...leave the reader with an unexpected smile.
She reads whenever she isn't writing, and loves to cook and argue with her cat. The cat usually wins. Christine currently resides in California and even when life interrupts - which it often does - has made it a rule to write every day...even if its only one sentence.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Terrific character development and an interesting story premise. While many have a singular opinion about a male DOM in the BDSM lifestyle, this writer was able to paint a well rounded character who came across as human. She also added to the canvas that he needed to discover this for himself in order to get over profound loss and to come to terms with grief and moving forward. I would give a higher star rating, however, the lack of the responsibility element in the sexual scenes left me despondent and detached. Anything written in this modern time in my opinion needs to emphasize it. The regurgitation within the characters dialogue about what happened in the past also left me a bit irritated at times. However, this does add to the main character's development and you begin by being sad for him, liking him, hating him, wanting to smack him around for a bit and then coming to terms with who he is and end up cheering for him.