High-powered executive Imogen prides herself on being an independent woman who doesn't need a man. She only yields when she's with Giles, a younger colleague who shares her taste for domination and submission. He revels in watching her lose control, while she enjoys his powerful nature and an edge of pain to heighten her pleasure.
Imogen is satisfied with their secret arrangement until Giles asks her try shibari, a form of rope bondage - the ultimate ritual in submission and display of trust. His request pushes Imogen beyond her comfort zone, forcing her to explore her boundaries and her relationship with Giles. He's already her master in the bedroom, when she allows it. But can she let herself take their bond to the next level?
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
I wouldn't consider it a waste of time, though I wouldn't listen to it again and again like my favorite novels.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
The most interesting was the female character's inner termoil into this lifestyle.<br/>I felt the story cut short after they finally gave into their desires.
What three words best describe Victoria McGloven’s performance?
Vocally changing, descriptive, entranced.
If this book were a movie would you go see it?