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Saving sunni (The Keyhole Series) Paperback – June 19, 2012
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This review is based on a complimentary copy which was provided for an honest review.
I usually pride myself on being open-minded to any and all books that interest me, so I'm definitely glad that I gave this book a chance! It was different to say the least, but it also made me think in a completely new way.
Saving sunni is about a woman named Jessie Chambers, but prefers the name "sunni". She is a submissive in a polyamory relationship, which means that she believes that it is possible to love and be physical with more than one person as long as it's completely consensual. Her partners are: Sir Rune Wulfgar (the Dominant), and sage (the other submissive). The three work as any other family would, except their relationship is contracted out beforehand to acquire everyone's wants and needs. But what happens when their affair is outed to the media by none other than sunni's abusive ex-husband, who appears to have "Found Jesus" and wants her back no matter the cost?
What I liked about this book:
At first, I didn't understand why sunni and sage's names weren't capitalized but as I read more and figured out the plot, I thought that was really clever and unique of the authors to do it that way.
I liked that even though I didn't read Becoming sage (which is the first book in the Keyhole Series); Saving sunni was understandable enough to be a standalone book.
Now let's get down to the nitty-gritty, the beginning of the book had me blushing so hard! I wasn't completely familiar with the BDSM lifestyle before reading this book, so it was like dunking my head in ice water! It was a shock.Read more ›
I know you are thinking, well, this is a BDSM book so it is all odd, but if you haven't read any of this genre or participate in it, you may not know what it can give to the couple. I understand that some people find release or a sort of peacefulness when doing an activity.
Saving Sunni was wonderfully written and helped spell out a little more of what a BDSM relationship is all about. It also helps show what a relationship between three people is like. I personally don't think I could be a part of something like that but everyone needs to be loved and I say if they can find love and/or happiness with an extra partner, then more power to them.
I know I didn't write a lot about the actual storyline of the book but I honestly feel like this is a book you have to read and experience it, especially if you have never read a BDSM novel. You couldn't find a better book that shows you the ropes (Hehe) and helps clear up some of the misunderstandings of this culture. I do have to say...great writing and imagery makes up an eye opening, holy moley this is hot book. :) Oh and I want to punch Sunni's ex. Lol!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was so impatient to read this after the first book--Becoming sage--and I was in no way disappointed! Read morePublished on August 5, 2012 by Jennifer Wohletz
This is the second book in the Keyhole Series. After reading both Becoming sage and Saving sunni, I would describe them as guides to the lifestyle. Read morePublished on July 19, 2012 by Ndulgent Bloggrs
This is not the first erotica/fetish book that I have read but it has been one of the best that I have read. Read morePublished on July 15, 2012 by NikkiRodriguez
Saving sunni, follows sunni as her Master forces her to seek an employment that requires her to become more responsible. Read morePublished on July 4, 2012 by BlackHippieChick
Saving Sunni was a great book. Sunni was a very likable character as were most of the other characters in the book. Read morePublished on July 4, 2012 by R. Simons