Marilyn loved the power and prestige of being one of the most powerful women on Wall Street. However, there was something missing in her life that she couldn't put a name to...until she experiences her first orgasm and the thrill of sexual domination. After her life-changing sexual awakening, it's not long before she morphs from a virgin to a connoisseur of her own orgasms, and from a business leader to a dominatrix.
She also meets Leslie, who makes her feel desirable and sexy. With Leslie, she has the first loving and sexually satisfying relationship of her life. Marilyn doesn't care if her mother thinks that it is wrong to be a lesbian, all she knows is that she needs Leslie in her life and in her bed. While The Wall Street Domme contains diverse scenes of sexual domination, it is primarily a story of one woman's personal and sexual journey that is more about self-discovery than sex.
If you like lesbian stories this one is for you. It was well written and the narrator did great.
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This book was written well. The grammar was correct. I just did not like it. No real reason it just did not work for me.
I received this audiobook for free for a honest review.
Wall Street Domme
Marilyn is a hardworking sexless woman. Her mother taught her from an early age that sex was wrong and should only be used for procreation. She has a figure like a stick-figure with small breasts and has never received any interest from boys. She wasn't interested in them either. Her father pushed her hard, and she completed two degrees in business and economics. She ended up as a successful trader on Wall Street. She didn't feel as if anything was lacking from her life. Her work was enough.
One day she is introduced to Avalon, a service that promises to help her, in any way possible. Marilyn goes for an appointment and ends up with a form of sex therapy. She reaches her first orgasm.
From there the story escalates into a string of meetings with men and women, all helping to develop Marilyn's sexual development.
The book was well-written but could have done with some more editing. I feel like some scenes should have been cut or at least shortened. It wouldn't have hurt the story if we had a few fewer characters and storylines. I didn't listen to all of it in one go, so I sometimes lost track of who was who. Marilyn's character was well-developed. I believed her and the choices she made. This is going to sound funny regarding an erotica book, but sometimes there was too much sex. Every scene had to contain a naked character one way or another. It could have done with a little bit less. Oh, and one pet peeve of mine: during the first scenes Marilyn asks for her sexual partner to 'do her.' That's fine; it sounds cute. But even in the final scenes, this is still going on. By then it's no longer cute, merely pathetic. Just say it like it is, woman.
The voice-actress was amazing. No matter how erotic the scene was, she sounded completely in character. She used a different accent for all the characters. She made the sex scenes extra arousing.
Wall Street Domme is a book that will not bore you. It contains many sex scenes, and some are very hot. The story is fast-paced, just a little confusing sometimes. Listen for yourself and learn about Marylin's transformation from Wall Street trader to Domme.
I love how this lady is successful, and isn't afraid to explore her sexuality. A beautiful budding romance with the perfect amount of sex and kink. I loved how she explored her sexuality and found herself during this book.