If you’re on the lookout for a light listen then this book is for you! I am an avid fan of E.L James and Sylvia Day so going into the book I was fairl..Show More »y aware of the BDSM involvement. As a listner who is always willing to give an author a fair chance I was impressed by Bridget Taylor’s work.
The story is fast-paced, it doesn’t drag on longer than necessary and manages to keep the reader engaged. I’ll admit that while the story-line and character growth may not be as developed as some would prefer, I thought that it was all very appropriate for a series of this nature. Taylor writes with the intention of thrilling her readers and keeping their attention!
I find that Henry and Stacey are a rather fascinating couple and their dynamic together is engaging. As a female I found myself hoping Stacey would realize her worth, and perhaps she does in a way - with becoming Henry’s sub. The relationship they develop is far from a ‘normal’ and ‘typical’ relationship however the respect and admiration they have for each other is endearing. I enjoyed how Henry at times seem very human, something I think BDSM writers lose track of. Instead Taylor created a bit of an enigma, he’s a Master but he also shows moments of nervousness throughout the story. I found I was more interested in learning about Henry than I was Stacey.
Overall I would recommend this book to listeners who are interested this genre and are looking for a light read that will entertain and entrance them. Bridget Taylor will draw you into Henry and Stacey’s world and leave you wanting more!
I was given this book free of charge in return for an honest and unbiased review.
Sierra Kline was good with the delivery of the story