Comfort Object

Comfort Object

by Annabel Joseph

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ISBN-13: 9780615561905
Publisher: Scarlet Rose Press
Publication date: 10/28/2011
Pages: 244
Sales rank: 798,179
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

Annabel Joseph is a novelist who specializes in the romance of dominance and submission. Her stories celebrate the complexity of sensual power exchange in loving and sometimes complicated relationships.

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Comfort Object 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Also read Knight by Kristen Ashley I almost liked it more than 50 shades.
NookluvrRM More than 1 year ago
This is one hot book.  Jeremy needs a submissive behind the scenes to help him alleviate stress from his daily job and also to pretend to be his girlfriend to the public.  Nell is a professional submissive and Jeremy manipulates things so that she loses her job and apartment so he can try to convince her to work for him. This puts Nell in danger from a stalker.  This book has many twists and turns and lots of super hot sex.  I didn't want to put it down.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Same with the other Annabel Joseph novel I tried to read (Mercy.) At times it can be very good, but she gets too lost in the psychology of her characters. It's like Danielle Steele + Kink. The ham-fisted depiction of the characters' internal conflicts is a distraction from what could have been a good story and good erotica. The "she-loves-me, she-loves-me-not", "i want this -- no I don't" routine gets old rather quickly in what is a relatively long novel. I gave it three stars because if you like lots of story with bdsm erotica thrown in (like Cherise Sinclair or the gentler Claire Thompson words) then you'll like this novel. If you like works of this genre to pack more punch, you'll get bored.
DianeYu on LibraryThing 5 months ago
If I had known before starting this book that there would be very little romance, I would have likely decided not to read it. But then I'd have missed a very good story.Jeremy Gray is a film actor constantly hounded by the press, and it is his custom to keep a fake girlfriend to help him deal with the stress of his life. They never last long, however, and he is in search of another "comfort object" when his assistant finds Nell for him.Using trickery and deceit, Jeremy convinces Nell to sign a detailed contract to basically be his pleasure slave to do with as he wants. And Jeremy's needs and whims turn out to be extreme, with little concern for how they affect Nell. But just as you decide you want to hate him, the author throws in little acts of compassion, making you wonder if he might have a heart after all.I found the story very compelling and the BDSM aspects were hot as hell, keeping me engaged and wanting to know how this could possibly work out for the two of them. Great read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyable read. Definitely hot and steamy, extreme in some areas which is my taste. A don't miss...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read. Very Hot. Almost too intense S/m. Reading the rest of the series now.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it. Couldn't put it down. Liked the charaters, the storyline and the hotter than hot sex.
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I loved this book. The story and charecters were very intelligently written. The scenes were hot! If you just like straight porn, this is not for you. This book was definitely up my alley!
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Very intense on the BDSM
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My favorite book from this writer so far. Graphic and violent sex but very good...i loved it.
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I normally very much enjoy Annabel Joseph's work. Odalisque was my introduction to her writing and I devoured it and many other books by her. This one, however, rubbed me the wrong way. Despite her other novels' insistence on consenting and self-aware characters, namely the female character, Nell crumples under Jeremy's anger and simply takes his immature retaliation for her emotions. He canes her in anger, something she explicitly tells him she cannot bear, then destroys her possessions. It's very much like Fifty Shades of Gray in that it skirts safe, sane, and consensual, and reduces it to abuse. I was sorely disappointed. The only redeeming factor about this book is the sex scenes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it
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ReadsTooFast More than 1 year ago
Thoroughly enjoyable story. Worth purchasing and reading.