- File Size: 576 KB
- Print Length: 226 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Loose Id LLC (April 6, 2010)
- Publication Date: April 6, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003QHZMNE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #660,605 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ariel's Pet [An Invitation 2] Kindle Edition
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Qwillia has worked at a diverse mix of jobs including casino change person, bill collector, book store and video store clerk, and computer teacher to Kindergarten through 8th graders, but writing has always been part of her life.
In 2007 her first book (recently revised and self-published) Santa's Elf, was published, opening a whole new world where she can play with her characters and get paid for it.
Her curiosity and tendency to ask "what if" is sure to keep her occupied with ideas. And led her into exploring a series of short stories through one of her characters, Triss Long.
Her books can be found here on Amazon.com or through her publisher, Loose Id, LLC (www.loose-id.com)
Top Customer Reviews
Chef Ariel Valerian trusts Dane Reese about as far as she can throw him. While her sister is away finding her inner submissive, Ariel has been left to take care of the family restaurant. She can do what needs to be done without the help of Dane Reese. Ariel doesn't care how helpful Dane can be - she wants him gone. But Ariel isn't being honest - the real reason she wants him to make himself scarce is because of the way he makes her feel.
Dane Reese refuses to give in to Ariel's demands he leave. His interest in Ariel is purely physical, at first. And then his craving evolves into something more. Now all he has to do is convince Ariel that giving up her control doesn't mean she is weak - it means she is brave enough to take a chance.
Dane and Ariel clash almost instantly. But what comes across as dislike hides an underlying desire for the other. Ariel's past relationships shape how she felt about Dane, and it is up to Dane to figure out what is really going on in Ariel's brain. A task a dominant like Dane can't wait to undertake.
ARIEL'S PET shows how relationships and true love are shaped and molded. It is very erotic and has hefty doses of D/s overtones and scenes. I loved watching Ariel succumb to Dane who in turn cherished her for the woman she is.
Passion runs deep between Dane and Ariel who are both multi-layered, strong-willed, realistic and dynamic characters that will dazzle the reader. Ariel is a delight with her feisty antics and sassy determination to challenge Dane at every turn. The very Dominate Dane enchants with his caring, commanding and utterly sizzling drive to become Ariel's Master. The relationship is between Ariel and Dane is portrayed as well-developed and real. Sparks fly and the reader can't help but laugh over the sexy and exhilarating banter as well as the challenging antics that create some sexy and hot play. With each lesson Dane gives Ariel concerning the elements of BDSM he is helping her understand the truth behind submission as well as educating the reader for a clearer picture to further the enjoyment of this story.
Take another step into the world of A Master's Gift you won't be sorry! - Shannon
Dane Reese doesn't know what to make of the blue-haired sprite in the kitchen of Valerian's Root. She's feisty, cantankerous and utterly irresistible. He will humor her as she tries to play Mistress with him, but one thing's for certain: by the time the month is up, there will be only one Master in their relationship, and that's him.
Although easily able to be read as a stand alone, Ariel's Pet is part of the An Invitation multi-author series. Dane is quite an interesting Master. Intense when he needs to be, good-natured and charming at other times, he really does place some serious flutters into a girl's heart. The way he looks out for his friend Logan's interests also is incredibly endearing. I couldn't, however, understand how in the world this seemingly intelligent man could like someone like Ariel.
Ariel and Dane have scorching chemistry, no doubt about it and of course, being a romance Ariel's Pet has that wonderful Happily Ever After. But for all of her feistiness, it often came across as bratty and petulant. Understandably, she didn't want her equilibrium upset by the month long absence of her sister and restaurant partner, but to continually take it out on a pretty innocent party borders on the obnoxious. All she needed was a couple of foot stamping episodes and screaming "You're not the boss of me!" to complete the scene.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved reading both parts where the first book was more serious and to the point this one was spirited and playfulPublished on December 1, 2013 by Carl Tarman
She is master of her kitchen and suffers no fools. He is Master.
Chef Ariel Valerian is furious when Dane Reese strides into Valerian's Root, the café she and her... Read more