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Hers to Keep

Irresistibly Bound, Book 3
Narrated by: Lexy Rebe
Series: Irresistibly Bound, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 11 mins
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Lindsey had big plans for her post-art school life - a successful art career, excitement, adventure, meeting the man of her dreams. She never expected she'd end up joining a sugar baby website to pay off her crippling debt. And she definitely didn't expect that her first client would be a charming, vivacious woman named Camilla.    

The older woman has an unusual proposal for Lindsey - move into her mansion for three months as her girlfriend and submissive, and all of Lindsey's financial woes will disappear. It's the perfect solution to Lindsey's problems, and she can't say no to three months of pleasure and luxury beyond her wildest dreams. Camilla has made it clear that she's comfortable with the arrangement. A difficult life has left the solitary woman hesitant to let anyone get too close. And Lindsey isn't attracted to women, anyway. It's all just a charade.    

Until it isn't. When Lindsey can no longer deny her feelings toward her Mistress, she runs the risk of losing everything. It was all supposed to be pretend. One big lie.    

What happens when the lie becomes the truth?

©2019 Anna Stone (P)2019 Anna Stone

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Still good but my least fave

What this series did was showcase bdsm with queer, specifically f/f relationships. I'm trying to wonder why they were so good, but then I remind myself what often is lacking in cishet bdsm romance novels is consent. Cisgender, straight men have never had to have clear explicit consent, and while I've definitely enjoyed a few that could've been stronger, I'm realizing why these books hit. Every story in this trilogy felt like it's own separate story. I often find this is hard to do with a series, but this author definitely gets it right.

What was interesting about this dynamic was that it featured a younger woman who considered herself straight(and was also a submissive before this) before her encounter with her Mistress, and a Mistress/Domme who was significantly older, wealthier and in want of a sugar baby. Interestingly enough, the sub is in debt and her Mistress offers to let her live with her for three months in exchange for her submission. I want to be clear that while the submissive had considered herself straight, I felt like she was more questioning. This was no means a GFY story, as i was once at that point in my life where I thought I was straight too, so I could definitely relate to her story.

One of the highlights of the books was that one of them had an invisible chronic illness, as well as using bdsm to deal with trauma in the RIGHT way. I think the only thing I didn't connect to was that i never felt like I had a clear picture of the two, as the first two books were ,uch more clear on what they looked like and how they contrasted each other, whereas in this I didn't get that clear picture.

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