- File Size: 2823 KB
- Print Length: 60 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 9, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01974GORC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,391 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Plaything: Volume One Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Here's what happened when I picked up this book to read: I read the prologue, then went back to read the blurb, and then was prepared to not go any further. I couldn't picture how it could get better. But...as a fan of Jade West and my belief in giving (most) books a fair chance, I continued, and would have kicked myself had I not continued.
If you've read the blurb, you know that this is just the first in a serial of three (3) books and so, most definitely, it's going to get worse before it gets better. Just thought I’d throw that out there.
In this first installment, we get to see the dark sheep of the family and I was so ready to jump down his throat. I mean, I completely judged him before knowing about him. Which is bad - and so often what we tend to do in real life. We get a few generic information about someone and use to create our own version of their reality and judge them based on that. Which, when you really think about it, is very foolish.
That's the great thing about books, the good ones, that is. They reach deep inside you and make you search yourself to see whether you're really capable of what you say you are or whether you truly believe what you say you believe. So...good job guys on that front.
As for Amy, her plight and circumstance, are not something I would wish on anyone. It's a truly f*$ked up life, and one that so many of us could easily slip into - if not for the grace of God. I will say, though, that she has a remarkably strong spirit and I am very very surprised that it hasn't been broken yet - what with the cruelty she's been dealt with since that that fateful day. Sadly though, her circumstance is a reality of many boys and girls (yes...this is not just a girl/female issue. Boys/men encounter this as well) and I'm glad that said issue is getting some attention in this book.
Since we’re talking about this, it goes without saying that when it comes to human trafficking, you're going to encounter some of the worst of humanity and that's what you have in this book. It is not sugarcoated and, for that, I am grateful. You definitely don’t want to know the violent thoughts running throughout my head at this point.
Anyways, I know I'm being terribly vague, but this is the kind of book you want to go in blind so you can form your own opinions and discover more about yourself.
I will say this though, One thing, that did strike me as odd was Amy's seemingly easy capitulation during her training. I'm still on the fence as to what’s really going on in her head, but I’m very much looking forward to finding out more. Even with this said, there's still so much more going on than what's you're reading in this review, that I'm just going to shut up and tell you to read it...then we can talk '
This, right alongside The Lost by Cole McCade and Dirty Bad Savage by Jade West, is one of the books I'm grateful to have read this year as they force me out of my protective bubble to realize that there's a lost, broken, and hurting world out there and that I can make a positive difference - if I choose to.
Amy finds herself kidnapped, sold, and returned from the man who bought her. She is not going down without a fight and is a thorn in the side of the men who kidnapped and trained her.
Roberts father is dying and he comes home for one last meeting. His father and brother are pure evil. Roberts father is determined to ruin him and can if he doesn't agree to retrain Amy and have her ready in seven days to go back to the man who originally bought her. Everything is on the line for both Amy and Robert. Can they pull this off in time?
Plaything is only sixty pages long but has a lot of detail in it as to who Robert, Amy and his father and brother are and the reason they are all where they are in the book. Robert has no choice but to retrain Amy and is less than thrilled. Secluded in the guest house Amy and Robert begin the seven day task of training her. This book felt like a great start to a story I can not wait to get more in depth with.
That is the predicament Amy and Robert have found themselves in, both with everything to prove, and even more to lose.
“You’re to be retrained, given back to your owner when you have become more compliant. They want me to train you.”
"Submission is more than a game, it’s a mind-set, an entire way of life. If a woman is so inclined, and has the guidance of a man who truly knows how to awaken that part of her, it can become all-encompassing. She can find fulfilment through submission, genuinely."
“Submission is much more than physical surrender. It starts in your heart and soul, Amy – it is a profound sense of need that you should feel. And if you aren’t feeling it… you cannot ever surrender and embrace your own sense of satisfaction.”
"I wanted to breathe him into me, all of him, until there was nothing in the world but his body, and his pleasure. Nothing in the world but him."
I can't wait to find out!!!
Robert comes home after a long time to face his father.. and when he arrives he finds out exactly why he is there.. A kind of bet hut with dear consequences..so he has to choose the lesser evil!
Amy has no choice.. no way to escape and she doesn't want to submit..fight is well and good but it doesn't change much..then Robert arrives and with him a different approach that will help her make a choice.
It's soo good and I am intrigued but what could have happened to Amy and what will happen to both Amy and Robert.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book contain kidnapping, Slavery, some bondage but not hardcore so if any of these things are triggers for you...Read more
I had no idea that this book was going to be as good as it was.
Jason Luke and Jade West you two gave me goosebumps.Read more