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Brie's Submission (1-3) (Brie's Submission Boxed Set) Kindle Edition
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What I especially liked about these stories is . . . the story. The author develops a real story complete with multiple sources of conflict and a few nice surprises by the end. Yes . . . there is sex here. However it is believable without being--in my mind at least--salacious. I did not give to give it 5 stars as it is not a "great novel." But it certainly is entertaining. Recommended to all with an open mind.
There are interesting subs and Doms. The training is quite instense. And there is the forbidden desire and the twist. That sets the story beyond the training center and many of the same characters and some new ones enter Brie's life.
There is the next phase beyond the training center and how some relationships deteriorated and others blossomed. Sexy Doms: Baron, Master Anderson, Rystar, Faelen, and Tono... to name a few!
The series explores different aspects of bdsm, often within relationships or in learning exercises with plenty of experimentation. Then there is Miss Clark.
Note: The original was in serial format, then came a full length novel version, and now this boxset of a three moderate length novels. I was initially attracted to the serials because of the titles and covers. The new titles and covers seem generic and less interesting to me. I understand that this is to attract and broaden the scope of readers. The stories are the same regardless of the "packaging" .