- File Size: 519 KB
- Print Length: 164 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0993826431
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: QTP (June 3, 2014)
- Publication Date: June 3, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00H3QA5MM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,682 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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One Gold Heart (Dominant Cord Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Mac is a musician who had a tragedy in her past give her anxiety attack when it comes to performances. Yet her best friend, Sully, winds up injured and asks her to take his place in the quintet he usually plays on. After some arguing she reluctantly agrees and shows up at the practice for the group.
Finn, a dominant, is also a member of the group and when she shows up and announces that she was there as Sully's sub, he mistakes it and thinks that she was supposed to be there in a few days for their play night. Mac quickly gets the situation straightened up with a call to Sully, but with that call Finn finds out she needs drugs to cope with her performance anxiety so winds up being hostile to her all night.
Through all of this Sully is trying to bring Mac out of the shell her life has become, so sets up a dinner with both of them to explain why each has their issues. I believe those stories will shock any new readers, and will leave them to be discovered. Finn and Mac agree to set aside their differences and complete the Christmas season. The story then focuses on the two of them as Mac tries to overcome her past, and Finn doesn't push too hard.
I think any readers will enjoy the book, and I can see why safewords would be used as they are. I hope anyone else who reads this book finds it as enjoyable as I did.
It was nice to read a book of this genre with a Dom with a heart and one that isn't so in to pain and dominance that he overlooks what a woman really wants deep in her core, a man she can trust, that truly 'gets' her and is patient enough to let the past tragedy heal in the time it needs.
Every thing is going along great then all the "color talk" better known as safe words commence. I'm over them. They DO serve a purpose in the BDSM lifestyle but their use is played out by authors at inconsequential moments.
They are not needed unless an actual (scene) is in motion.
Their use is not sexy in any way and slow down or stop would have worked just as well in the instances they were used for this novel. (no actual BDSM scene but rather normal conversational touching)
The more I got into the book and the budding relationship unfolded between Mac and Fin, the more stupid things became.
I was completely divested in how it would play out, but kept getting yanked out by my eye rolls.
Decent read, but not one I would read again.
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Finn, is such a HOLE, at least until you get to know his history.
Mac, is recovering from attack that left her a hot mess.Read more