Title: Bound for Christmas
Author: Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Erotic romance
Review rating: 4.5 LIGHTNING BOLTS
Blurb: They rarely spoke. They only touched hands. Until now.
Bernice Rowe has been fascinated by the man who regularly visits the library where she works. They never speak and only stare at each other. When she learns that her mystery man is one of the dominant men at Club Kink, she makes a choice to become a submissive.
Master Leon has been visiting the library for one reason—Bernice. He wants her desperately but knows his desires are not for everyone. When Leon finds her at the club he makes sure everyone knows she is his submissive.
He takes her away and starts her training. Leon is determined to make her his woman in time for Christmas. Neither know how the other feels, and it looks like it is going to be a Christmas to remember for both of them.
Bernice has never thought about being a submissive. She is just a woman that works at a library. All that changes when Leon keeps coming to the library and checking out books. Her friend finally breaks a rule and tells her that Leon is a Dom at Club Kink. For her to have a chance with Leon she needs to become a submissive and follow the rules, if she can't they will never have a chance to be together.
Leon has wanted Bernice ever since he seen her the first time. He just doesn't think he is the man for her until he sees her show up at Club Kink. He makes it known to every Dom that she is his. No one better lay a hand on her. She goes through six months of training. Leon takes her to his cabin for three weeks for them to get to know each other.
What I liked most about this book is that the characters start to know each other first instead of having sex the first chance they get. They have a chance to figure out if they are really for the other and to make sure their feelings are what they need to be. If Bernice can't be a submissive then they can't be together. Leon has to be in charge. The only thing I don't like is that Club Kink is really strict and you have to do everything by the rules.
The more books that I get to read by this author the more I like them. I get to see how much her writing style changes and just how much she is into her characters. She makes them so believable and I want to be in the story so bad. These are the kind of stories I love to read.
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