Sunday, May 25, 2014

Review for The Dom With A Safeword by Sorcha Black, Leia Shaw & Cari Silverwood

Title: The Dom With A Safeword
Authors: Sorcha Black, Leia Shaw, Cari Silverwood
Publisher: Wicked Cucumber Press
Genre: BDSM/Comtemporary/Erotica/GLBT/Menage
Publication date: October 25, 2012
ISBN: 9781301810918
Length: 180 pgs
Print length: 294 pgs
Book Series and number: Badass Brats #1
Rating: 5
Heat Rating: Scorching

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I rated it 5 out of 5 stars.

Reviewed for For Whom The Books Toll
5 , Scorching

Late at night, on an amateur ghost hunt, Sabrina and her best friend Q are caught trespassing by the gorgeous, blonde Jude. The embers of attraction between them sizzle when they discover Jude’s kinks match their own.

Jude is a Dom on his last summer of freedom before starting the prison sentence that is med school. Q is a bad-ass bi switch who knows what she wants, and for years it’s been her cute, doe-eyed straight friend Sabrina. But the only way into Sabrina’s heart and panties may be with Jude’s fist wrapped in her hair.

Domming the bratty Q and mischievous Sabrina isn't going to be easy but Jude relishes the challenge. At the end of the summer, will they find a way to stay together when everything is tearing them apart?

*Warning: this book contains adult material including the use of multiple implements to bring bratty subs to their knees, scaffolding doubling as bondage apparatus, and a haunted house. No ghosts were harmed in the making of this book.*

BDSM elements, M/f/f,  f/f

My Review:
The Dom With A Safeword is the first book by these three authors I've read. I was really intrigued by the blurb and wanted to see how this menage worked. Sabrina and Q are great together. Even though Sabrina is sure she's straight. I loved their attitudes toward each other and Jude. The characters are very well written and have a lot of depth, dimension and emotion.

Jude is like sex in jeans. He exudes confidence but isn't real cocky about it, just matter of fact. He's taking the summer to fix up an old house before he heads off to medical school. I don't think Jude is really looking forward to school in the fall, he seems to really enjoy doing construction.

Sabrina and Q are fun loving and very mischievous. I giggled and laughed at some of the things they came up with. Who snaps their Dom's ass with a wet towel? That was so funny. Q is a little darker of a character, needing more patience and tough love. Jude rose to the challenge of taking on these two bi girls, he knows it's not going to be easy.

I really enjoyed reading about Jude, Q and Sabrina and their summer relationship and how their characters grew emotionally and overcame a lot of obstacles that could keep them apart. This book contained a lot of sexual tension and some very intense sex scenes that kept me turning the pages. If you like books with some seriousness, plus some wit and have terrific characters, then I highly recommend The Dom with a Safeword.

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