In Diary of a Submissive, Sophie Morgan candidly explains what exactly an independent, 21st-century woman gets out of relinquishing her power and personal freedom in a submissive relationship with a dominant man for their mutual sexual pleasure.
In the wake of Fifty Shades of Grey, here is a memoir that offers the real story of what it means to be a submissive and follows Sophie's story as she progresses from her early erotic experiences to experimenting with her newly awakened sexuality. From the endorphin rush of her first spanking right through to being collared, she explains in frank and explicit fashion her sexual explorations.
But it isn't until she meets James, a real life Christian Grey, that her sexual boundaries are really pushed. As her relationship with James travels into darker and darker places, the question becomes: Where will it end? Can Sophie reconcile her sexuality with the rest of her life? And is it possible for the perfect man to be perfectly cruel?
Daring, controversial, and sensual, Diary of a Submissive possesses a captivating warmth and astounding honesty. Once you listen to this book you will understand why "Sophie Morgan" is a pseudonym.
©2012 Sophie Morgan (P)2013 Tantor
"A work of top-notch erotica, this diary is also occasionally laugh-out-loud funny as the author weaves around the undeniable sweetness of love with the pain and humiliation she deeply craves during sex." (Publishers Weekly)
I have very limited experience this kind of literature very Limited! That being the two books about Brie and the Training Center by Red Phoenix. The love shown by most of the DOMS there puts these 2 as Dom & Domber - 2 woefully inadequate and still juvenile excuses for men. t
The two hi points are the humorous script and the wonderful Reader! Hope she branches out into better quality material instead of just these hyped-up sexed-up romances she does. A real comedic talent .:-D
The narrator was outstanding. I really enjoyed that part.
This book is nearly identical in places to the first book in E.L. James' famous trilogy.
Presentation and editing is better in the present story. I like that it doesn't present D/s relationships as "sick" in some way.
Here is an engaging first person story of one woman's experience of discovering and living D/s relationships. Highly recommended.
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