- File Size: 529 KB
- Print Length: 166 pages
- Publisher: Stormy Night Publications (September 3, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 3, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B014VUFQMG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #250,414 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Submission at The Tower Kindle Edition
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Felicity Brandon can write. The writing in this book is slick. The words don't get in the way of the ideas. I pictured every moment in Technicolor, and I was never distracted by a bobble in grammar. This book is full of smooth sentences that stroked the clit of my (not-so) inner grammar nazi.
All this slick writing paved the way for a story that is hot as f%@k. A submissive woman happens across a man with the key to unlocking her submissive self, and ends up in a living fantasy of public humiliation and submission and private affection. And submission. Any submissive will recognize her need and her compulsion to be there, as well as to stay.
As the author says, it's not a love story, but sometimes that's not what a girl needs.
This book is the best of both worlds--truly excellent writing and hot, effing hot sex and submission.
The central character, Janie, has spent her life trying to deny her submissive and masochistic urges. A chance encounter leads to an opportunity for her to explore this side of herself and she decides to take it. She auditions for the submissive training program at The Tower, a slightly mysterious gentlemen's club for dominants, and we get to live in her head throughout the whole experience.
Janie’s willingness to examine her own emotional responses to the various situations she is placed in, is what makes this book so good. I have read a number of books that describe BDSM practices but never before have I truly understood why a person would want to be hurt and humiliated sexually. The way Janie describes her feelings about it, it becomes clear that she simply is like that and that is the only true explanation there can be for this kind of need. Being submissive and masochistic is the way she is and admitting this to herself and embracing that part of herself is what this book is about. So at the heart of it, Submission At The Tower is a journey of self-exploration, and a beautifully written one at that.
Janie goes to The Tower for a trial or an audition to see if this is something that she will want to pursue and to see if the men of The Tower will accept and train her. Janie is submissive to the core. She knows this and needs to fulfill this deep seeded need down into her soul. This group of men may end up changing her life forever. Once she is introduced to the men of The Tower, there is one man in particular that Janie has a connection with. He is not completely immune to Janie and also has a strong pull and unexpected desire towards her.
I don’t really want to tell you too much more because I don’t want to spoil anything for you. Just buy the book. If you love stories about self discovery, power exchange relationships, BDSM and hot and steamy erotic sex then you’ll love this book. The writing style is exquisite and flows really well. Just when you think the story might be coming to an end, you are actually plunged a little further into this erotica world. All I have to say is… “lost property box”. Holy hell! I want to do that… with him!
I’ve gotta mention the sex. Oh my… I think I may be blushing a little right now just writing this. “It’s Hot” does not accurately describe the level of hotness. I did occasionally get some butterfly flips in my belly. However, he (who you will figure out soon enough) didn’t eat her out until really late in the book. Not really that big of a deal because ALL the other stuff he did more than made up for it.
What I didn’t care for is that Janie is a bit of a cry baby. I mean, I get it that this is a life changing experience and she is seriously riding front row on her emotional roller coaster. I’m not saying that I probably wouldn’t do the same thing if I was her, but I feel that she can cry at the drop of a clothes pin and the way she uses avocado felt like a weak and wrong moment to me. I get it… it’s her journey.
Overall, this is a very good read and I would recommend this to anyone who likes BDSM erotic romance. This is my first Felicity Brandon book and most definitely will not be my last. I’m very interested in some of the side characters too. Are they going to get their own stories or are they going to become a bigger part of the main story? I’m very intrigued and can’t wait to read more to find out where Janie’s story takes us.
I loved the story and the oh, so hot sex. I can't wait for the continuation. Submissive at the Tower is highly recommended.
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