Pleasure Pain or Purpose. Book Two: Pain

Pleasure Pain or Purpose. Book Two: Pain

by Al Daltrey

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BN ID: 2940153401768
Publisher: Al Daltrey
Publication date: 08/15/2016
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 250 KB

About the Author

My day job requires a fair amount of writing. Therefore, I never really had an interest to write for pleasure. When you do it all day, the last thing you want to do when you get home, is write more.

However, I always had an interest in kinky sex that started in my University years. Like most men, I loved meeting women, and especially the occasional one who didn't mind being tied up, or blindfolded, or spanked.

During my lifetime I was lucky enough to meet my fair share of 'submissive' women. And don't for a minute think these women were weak. Outside the bedroom they were confident, opinionated, gregarious and self-assured. However, inside the bedroom (so to speak) they enjoyed the strong firm hand of a dominant man taking complete control.

That involvement and interest in the bdsm lifestyle is what spurred me to finally write novels.

Eventually I found the perfect partner, and am now happily married.

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Lisa_RisqueAffair More than 1 year ago
Pain is book 2 and takes place where book 1 leaves off. Please make sure you've read book 1 before you start this one. Once again, we are taken on a journey through the lives of 3 different women (Billie, Jasmin & Vicky). Although, they are each experiencing life very differently, they have an unbreakable friendship and are a source of support for each other. Billie is still searching for a missing piece in her life, Vicky is learning to trust in her marriage with bumps along the way and Jasmin is trying to see which man her heart tells her to follow. Billie has the most exotic life of the three, but each story line will hold your attention. And each for a very different reason. I'm continually surprised by Al Daltrey. There's so much going on in this book, but each part is told in a way that keeps you wanting more. The chapters alternate between characters, which can very easily cause a disconnect within the story. But not here. It all flows from one chapter to the next as the plot continues to build. I could sympathize with Vicky the most out of all the characters, but each woman has a story that will keep you vested. Al has proven, once again, that he is a force to be reckoned with. I can't wait to see where he goes with book 3