- File Size: 3535 KB
- Print Length: 191 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Blushing Books Publications (July 7, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 7, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01I5NLBLU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #159,053 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Lilly Blossoms (Lessons in Submission Book 3) Kindle Edition
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The plot of the story is full of emotions, learning to trust and have faith in others, and best of all, willing to submit completely. There is a great cast of characters, many of the previous stories and some new ones that play a role in helping Lilly. The dialog is open, honest and even raw as her tragedy is shared. Phillip proves he is a patient man, keeping his word, gaining her trust and helping her to accept his dominance as she freely learns to submit. Together they both find true happiness, like yin and yang. The plot of the story is full of emotions, learning to trust and have faith in others, and best of all, willing to submit completely. There is a great cast of characters, many of the previous stories and some new ones that play a role in helping Lilly. The dialog is open, honest and even raw as her tragedy is shared. Phillip proves he is a patient man, keeping his word, gaining her trust and helping her to accept his dominance as she freely learns to submit. Together they both find true happiness, like yin and yang. The story does have some age-play elements, and Lilly does consent to calling Phillip Papa, but it is more in line with D/s relationship, it is explicit in the sex scenes with include anal play.
The romance side of this story is incredibly sweet as Phillip finds little ways to show Lilly how much he cares. Lilly is an incredibly strong, independent woman, and despite her hardships she still comes off as a character that is not in need of rescue. It’s Lilly’s strength and independence that makes her submission to Phillip all the sweeter. This story does contain a bit of an age play dynamic, but it is quite mild, especially compared to some of the authors other books. The focus of this story is much more on the love story between Phillip and Lilly.
I love that when Miss Summers realizes what has happened she finds a way to make up for it without doing anything to hurt Lilly's pride or to force her into make choices she might not understand.
We see that Lilly is smart but curious and that curiosity is what brings her to Lord Carrington's attention. Again I am impressed in how he doesn't try to make Lilly feel dependent or less because of their different stations in life. And while he takes steps to make sure she is safe he still gives her space and doesn't invade her privacy. When Phillip senses Lilly's fears or something that might have the potential to upset her he does the best to reassure her and to make sure she is comfortable. He also listens and is willing to admit the things he doesn't know. And when he gives a gift you can tell that his heart was involved because it the best and most perfect gift.
This story makes you feel good about they way things turn out and how special both the main characters are.
This was a well-written story that added layer after layer to make a great story. I truly enjoyed reading it.
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.