Perfect Timing Vol 2

Perfect Timing Vol 2

by Kim Dare
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Perfect Timing Vol 2 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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E_Mckennie More than 1 year ago
The book "The Three Minute Man" intrigued me because of the name and I will admit I brought this book purely for its name. However, once I started reading Ian and Susan story I became engrossed because this wasn't the run of the mill BDSM romance. Susan is and experienced submissive who has become disenchanted with the lifestyle and her life in general, the only experience that she has had with dominance is within the limited world of BDSM clubs, which is where Ian first becomes aware of Susan. He is intrigued by her after he witnesses her in some scenes with other Dom's at a club that he frequents, but before he can approach her she disappears from the BDSM scene. Several months pass before Ian see's Susan by accident through a window at a pub, and even then he is unsure if it's really her. Ian enters the bar and immediately knows its Susan his fantasy woman that he has quietly obsessing about. He approaches Susan and she immediately gives him the bush off because she senses his dominate personality and in turn she knows that he senses her submissive nature. Ian is not deterred by Susan's brush off and repeated denials that she is no longer part of the BDSM lifestyle and that she has left it behind for good. Susan has decided to embrace what she considers a "normal life" which she believes that BDSM has no place in the real world. She buries her desires and wants deeply within her and assumes the role of what she considers normalcy, getting a job as a hostess in a pub that host speed-dating nights and this is where she encounters Ian. She fights his dogged but calculated pursuit of her with everything she has. Finally, after showing up to the pub several nights to participate in the speed-dating Ian finally gets Susan to agree to submit to him for a few hours; she agrees reluctantly and from then on the steaks of the game that Ian and Susan began to play get higher. I really liked this story because it focused on the inner turmoil that Susan experienced as a submissive and her fight to pigeon hole Ian into the role and personality of every dominate that she has ever met and failing to do so, which in turn makes her question everything she thought she knew about D/s relationships and lifestyles. I also loved Ian patience with Susan giving her the room she needed to understand and accept the different emotional changes she went through while being with him and trusting him with her submission. I definitely would recommend this book to anyone as a first venture into BDSM romance or even a seasoned reader. This is the first book I've read by Kim Dare, and I don't think it will be my last. Happy Reading
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