- File Size: 254 KB
- Print Length: 61 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Shadow Moon Press; 1 edition (August 27, 2012)
- Publication Date: August 27, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00935QWGY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,406 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Maintenance Night (Valley of Surrender Book 0) Kindle Edition
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In case anyone thinks Troy created impossible rules, theses were all pre-negotiated by Lacey with Troy. She's just a little surprised how well he's taken to it, specifically the enforcing and doling out of pain.
Lacey hate the pain yet she craves it which is evident by her constantly leaking pussy. It's not often a male writer nails the woman's voice down so well. Trent does a pretty good job. His presentation of Troy is a bit disconcerting. Troy comes across at times cruel and unloving in the eyes of Lacey. It makes Lacey wonder if she's changed her husband for the worse. It plays on an easy fear strong women who want to submit. If a woman is submissive and enjoys impact play, will her beloved husband no longer respect her? Will he cease to love her? Will she just be something he enjoys beating and won't care for her anymore? Will he lose the soft and loving side?
This is the second book I've read by Trent. This book is much better in the writing. The story is tightly written with a clear beginning, middle and end. The main character is easily understandable. The BDSM scenes are hawt - very nicely done. Can't wait to read what will be written next. Recommended for kinky lovers who enjoy some pain with their domestic discipline.
You are thrust into the mix of pleasure and pain of a domestic discipline relationship between Troy and Lacey. Troy is the dom that every woman secretly craves and fantasizes about but is afraid to admit that is what she needs.
Lacey is a woman needing the structure, security and forgiveness that this kind of arrangement gives. It allows her to thrive and grow as his submissive. It allows her to know for a fact that she is forgiven and all is well again but not until Troy makes sure he has taken her to that edge physically, mentally, emotionally as much as sexually.
I look forward to reading more of Mr Trent Evans stories.
The couple in this book did nothing for me. Twice the author write about Troy being cruel. I didn't feel the love, passion or excitement. Lacey gets caned for a childish reason. She get canes to the point of Troy breaking the skin. Troy say to himself "I need to be careful".
I have read other books with a BDSM theme that have been better.
It's maintenance night and Lacey is dreading it as always. She knows she agreed to it but it doesn't make it any easier to handle. She loves Troy and trusts him but on this night he will push her submission to the limits.
Troy is the Dom of our dreams. He is firm and unrelenting with Lacey. He doesn't take no for an answer and reminds Lacey that unless it's her safe word that is uttered then she would be best keeping her mouth shut.
I was drawn in from the first few pages and couldn't put it down until it was finished. Evans writes intense detailed scenes that drag you into Lacey's world. At times, you feel her pain and also her gratification towards her husband. I plan to read more of Evans work in the future.
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Sick people! And I bought it! I'm the one who's sick!!
I was a little scared at first, not knowing/trusting Troy as Lacey did.Read more