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    I DID NOT KNOW THIS WAS GOING TO BE A BDSM STORY. Ok, now that that’s out there, I can breathe again. I don’t mind BDSM stories, but it would have been nice to know it was one going in. But honestly, that was torture, and not of a good kind. It started out ok, if a bit more on the erotica-sans-plot side. Then a plot was introduced, but I never cared. Because I couldn’t bring myself to care about the characters. Fine, I cared enough to force myself to the finish line, but only because the book is like 150 pages long. And yet it took a lot of willpower to read one page after the next. But I got there, and I can say with 100% certainty that this book was dull through to the very end. It may have actually gotten duller and duller. There was a lot of weirdness, with everyone having “kinks”. Like I know everyone has their own particular tastes in the background, but it was super weird that stepsiblings were even beginning to explore D&S in a non-sexual way when one was underage. Plus the totally random nuggets of info about other people’s “kinks”? Were they necessary??? I mean, I would not want my mom to know what I get up to in the bedroom, and it’s not even that kinky. Wow. I keep using the word “kink” because the author kept using it. Over and over, always talking about kinks and rules and spanking. WE GET IT. It’s almost like the author did all this research on the subject and felt the need to drive it home how much she now knew. It was never subtle. She wanted to prove a point, prove she wasn’t E.L. James. But instead, it was like the whole book was primarily about Being a Submissive or Being a Dominant and oh, aren’t we just perfectly imperfect? Everything suffered at the hands of the need to make this A BDSM Book: the characters, the plot, my will to live. All I can say about Lachlan is he is chef who likes to have control; likewise, the only things I know about Naya are that she’s a writer for a German soap opera who likes pain. (And she had to keep bringing it up.) It was all just sex in this book, and not anything that got me excited because it was too forced. I can’t really say anything more because that was basically the whole book. It was painful, in a bad way, and I am just glad it’s over.
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