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I did have a moment's geeking when I saw my name listed in the acknowledgments- thanks, Paloma, that was totally unexpected. I am actively anticipating the second book, "Heal My Soul," getting to see what further William has in store for Aubrey.
William is an extremely wealthy philanthropist and an experienced dominant. When Aubrey accidentally runs into him in front of the coffee shop, there is a mutual chemistry. William asks her for a dinner date and from then on, they are a couple. William wants Aubrey in his bed as his submissive, and with great gentleness, patience and seduction, convinces her to try his lifestyle. His uncanny ability to recognize Aubrey's uncertainties and understand her needs, makes him even more attractive to her. William believes her submissiveness to him will free her from her demons and insecurities. His training methods are gentle and with Aubrey's submissive nature, their relationship thrives quickly. Overtime, they become one with each other and his lifestyle becomes their lifestyle.
This is an intense, emotional narrative that is well-written and passionate. Ms. Beck has an enticing way of describing BDSM scenes which smoothly guides the reader into understanding the lifestyle. I found Aubrey's character to be pathetic and sad, in addition to being submissive. Ms. Beck's voice is calm and careful, which kept me engaged during a couple of harsher scenes that would normally turn me off. If you enjoy erotic romance combined with mild BDSM, give Hold My Hand a read.
*I received my copy from NetGalley.com in exchange for an honest review.
The author presents word-pictures of scenes and events by giving specific details that appeal to the five senses, perfect for our imagination. The book is written in the first person from the perspective of Aubrey. The language is extremely simple and the point of view is very consistent for its time. The book moves at a relaxing pace and is extremely absorbing without being dull or loose. Plot points are tight and the other characters, are complex and completely fleshed out thus adding to the well crafted feel of the book.
Overall, Hold My Hand was an excellent, enthralling read that I highly recommend. It was a fantastic book with a wonderfully creative plot. I got this book as a free gift from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Can I say THANK YOU!!!! I enjoyed this book alot. I am a big BDSM reader thanks to a certain *cough cough* man who likes Grey. Anway, I have read alot of these kinds of books after my initial reaction to ssaid man. However, I have also found much Much MUCH better writing and truth to the lifestyle since reading him. I have to say it scares me how people are "flocking" to try these things out without a true understanding of what is expected or correct. In many of the BDSM books I have read of late, the people meet this DOM and boom they are thrust into a relationship without building any kind of trust. People this type of relationship is built on trust so to just blindly jump in like some books do is very scary to me. Anyway I wanted to say THANK YOU for the author for showing how to correctly begin a D/s relationship.
William is a dominate and he has become smitten with his coffee shop barista Aubrey. He comes to her coffee shop for months before actually talking to her but always watching her. Well, one day she crashes into him and *boom* spills his coffee. William doesn't ask but informs Aubrey they will be having dinner. Stunned Aubrey says Yes sir which of course pleases William to no end :) William knows Aubrey is a novice in everyway (still has the V card peps). He waits weeks before anything sexual happens because he wants her total and complete trust and faith in him and them. He is always telling her what he is doing and why he is doing things to again...build her trust. I think I loved that even though he was a very dominate male he knew Aubrey was a scared little elf .Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hold My Hand is book one of the Heart and Soul series by Paloma Beck, which tells the story of Aubrey and William. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Julie Barrett
Oh man... Pretty early on in this story... I just knew that this book wasn't going to be for me.
Right away Aubrey was all "yes sir" and William was very... Read more
The characters weren't developed there wasn't a plot. If you just like reading about sex without context then you will like this book.Published on June 7, 2014 by Barbara Salatto
Hold My Hand
Love a great Alpha male character who is also tender and committed!
When I started this book I didn't know what to think, we had a 24 year old... Read more
This author has a beautifully descriptive writing style that pulls you in and seduces you with words and imagery, as each scene unfolds and we follow the characters on their sexual... Read morePublished on March 6, 2014 by LBAS Book Blog
This book is very hot and an incredibly sexy fantasy. That being said, that is very much what it is, a Cinderella fantasy. It's a great escape but don't expect much realism here.Published on December 7, 2013 by Kristy King
Fast -paced but interesting erotic romance. It was a bit short and the sex scenes were okay. The hero was not as alpha male as you would expect in this type of erotica but it was... Read morePublished on August 13, 2013 by Amazon Customer
A well written book with defined characters. It has a sequel which is good, because the end leaves a few ends waving in the breeze. Read morePublished on July 7, 2013 by Jade Snow