Sunday, April 14, 2013

Review: Submission Therapy

Title: Submission Therapy
Series: Consummate Therapy, #1
Publisher: Excessica
Release Date: October 31, 2012
Pages: 40
Buy Link: Free on Kindle as of 4/14/2013


Billionaire CEO of Blakely Incorporated, Natasha runs her empire with an eagle eye for every detail. She's an obsessive, compulsive, micromanaging hard-ass, consumed by the need to control every aspect of her life and her business.

But underneath that seemingly strong fa├žade, Natasha is a swirling mess of anger, anxiety and sexual addiction. Only her therapist, Dr. Benson, knows how close she is to burning out...or exploding. He insists on a radical form of treatment - Submission Therapy - knowing that it's her only hope.

Skeptical but intrigued, Natasha agrees to attend the first session. What she finds there is an erotically-charged environment that will forgive none of her habitual bad behavior. And a steely-eyed man who seems to read her every desire - even the ones she won't admit to herself.

Will Natasha learn what it means to submit? Or will she allow her brittle pride to rob her of what she truly needs?



I think that's what this book is. When I read BDSM stories, either it's hardcore erotic, or it's romantically erotic. This book, however, was a little softer than I expected. The dominance was there, but the submission didn't quite please me. The struggle was a little too much than the pleasure. It was also predictable. I knew who Master Sweet was even before his identity was revealed at the end.

If you like an erotic story that's not quite hardcore and romantic, then this book is for you. It has just the enough ingredients to give you an idea of the BDSM lifestyle, but it's not enough to actually inspire anything within the reader, in my opinion.


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