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"When did I become my own rival for your affections?"  

Perhaps it is a touch unusual to have a girlfriend and boyfriend both living in the same body, but Kokoro doesn't classify her relationship with Fiona and Martin as strange. Kokoro rides the third rail, a dutifully submissive lover to both aspects of her genderqueer partner's psyche. She goes home with Fiona at night and she leaves the house with Martin the next morning. In between, Kokoro discovers the dynamics of domination and submission aren't necessarily rooted in black leather. 

The emotional interplay, “this game of wills”, as Fiona calls it, is a greater aphrodisiac than toy-shop trappings.

©2011 Giselle Renarde (P)2018 Giselle Renarde

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Don’t waste you’re time or money!

First, the narrator is trying too hard to sound sexy, but it’s just irritating. She’s talking slowly all the time. Plus, each character’s voice and inner monologue sounds exactly the same. You get lost and have to figure out which character said which lines.

Worse than the narrator, the story line. It makes no sense right from the beginning. Maybe if you suffer through , you can figure it out. I’m not willing to spend time, effort or torture myself to listen any further than the first 15 minuets.

I’ll go find a book that can catch me hook, line, and sinker right from the start. I warn you to do the same.

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