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The sensual violinist (2.75 *s)
on March 22, 2015
Ever since Summer Zahova’s father discovered a master violinist to teach her as an adolescent, she has had an intense relationship with music and her violin. Now in London with a conventional boyfriend, she escapes by playing her violin in the depths of London’s subway system. But it is when some rowdies break her violin that her life takes an unexpected turn.
Dominik, a university professor, has heard her play and when he hears of her loss, he offers to replace her violin – with conditions. Perhaps surprising to her, Summer accedes to Dominik’s desire to sexually dominate her in several staged scenarios. At this point, instead of being a sophisticated exploration of suppressed desire in the artistic personality, the story turns toward a monotonous sequence of graphic BDSM settings. The co-joined authors just couldn’t add depth to their characters. It is doubtful that the sequels will be any better.