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Dark Rooms Paperback – June 22, 2017
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Wes Oliver’s new in town and the night he attends a bdsm party, he meets Aimee. There’s something about her that calls to the Dom in him. But it gets complicated when he walks into his college classroom to find Aimee is his photography professor.
I really enjoyed Wes. I’m not used to seeing this level of openness in a hero, and I loved Wes for it. He knows he wants Aimee, and there’s some high-octane chemistry driving them together. Wes is stretched thin, however, and putting himself out there could backfire on him.
A nice guy with a sexy streak just pushes all the right buttons here.
Aimee was a little frustrating for me. She’s a photography teacher, and she’s always found a measure of comfort in working in the dark room. Wes comes in and rattles her comfort cage.
I really wish we had gotten more back-story into Aimee’s love of photography. I thought it was an important element, and I missed that part that would have made me feel more connected to Aimee. She also had a knack for shying away from communication, which could have solved the plot rather quickly. But I did enjoy the teacher/student aspect. Sometimes, it works for me and other times, it doesn’t. This one did. Aimee’s position with the college is kind of sketchy so her attraction to Wes couldn’t come at a worse time.
It is relatively light on the bdsm altogether, but the scenes were deliciously spicy. Dark Rooms is an enjoyable story with a memorable hero.
Wes is new to town and is attending a BDSM party. He is observing looking for the right sub, when he sees Aimee his need for her kicks in.
Aimee is at the party looking for a new dom, trying to move on from her ex. When she sees Wes she is pulled in by him. He was Aimee catnip.
All I can say is the conversation about their scene negotiation was very hot and steamy and the scene itself, wow.
Aimee is a photography teacher, and when Wes walks into her classroom she is shocked. He is of course just as shocked to see her. Wes contemplates quitting the class but he needs it for his art credit, so he has no choice but to continue going. Can they stay with the student/teacher relationship or will they give in to their attraction?
Have one of the most satisfying sexual encounters in recent memory? Guess what, he’s your student!
This was a great story about a taboo relationship of student/teacher. They had me all over the place, would they or wouldn’t they? The sex scenes were hot. I really liked the secondary characters, Ed and Hank were my favorites. They were a good support for Aimee. And I loved the reference to “Princess Bride”, that had me LOL. I enjoyed the ending, it leaves us in a good place with these two. Sionna Fox does a good job with her writing, I look forward to reading more from this author.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. Reviewed by MAustin from Alpha Book Club
How explicit 3 / 5
BDSM/Fetish 2 / 5
Story 4.5 / 5
Overall: 4 / 5
Dark Rooms is a steamy student/teacher romance from author Sionna Fox. In this story, Wesley has recently moved into town and attending a new BDSM party. He is recently out of a relationship and trying to get his life back on track. As a twenty-four years old college freshman, he has already planned out his next 3 ½ years. The first semester, he schedules an intro to photography class for his art credit. He was not expecting to see Aimee, his sub from the new BDSM party. What will happen between Wes and Aimee? Will he drop her class and affect his planned schedule?
I enjoyed Ms. Fox’s twist on the student/teacher romance. The sex scenes were on the milder side, but still steamy. There was a lot of drama and angst, which kept my attention. I thought Wes could have been a stronger Dom as I wanted him to take more action. Although, I totally understood Aimee’s concerns and issues. A fun read and a definite add to your TBR list!
*Voluntarily Reviewed a Gifted Copy*