Unorthodox Therapy (The Unorthodox Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Lilah Noir writes in a straightforward style, alternating her point of view from Lina (CEO of ChaosTech) to Thomas (her former personal assistant, now a programmer and her dominant lover) artfully giving each their own voice, allowing both their interpersonal and internal tensions come to the surface. The dynamics are superb, the descriptions of sex and BDSM scorching, and the surprising twists add another dimension and will keep you on your toes!
Some might find this novel rather slow building to its carnal highs, but it does set the stage to establish the main characters and the reason why powerful Lina is drawn into offering submission to young Thomas. If you enjoy dark erotica, with glimmers of corporate machinations, then you won't be disappointed with this selection.
Thomas: Her former PA and now a programmer in the company, one who's grown into an insightful man, who never took his eyes from the prize, notably Lina.
He persuades her to visit his home and slowly shows her, to her shock and dismay, that he's just what she needs. And she finds herself totally in his thrall as things progress ... full of kink and tension ... I downright loved his and KEEP 'EM COMING!
If you don't fall into any of those categories, this book is probably not for you.
It should be noted that this book will make you want to make tender love to a cigarette.
If you like dark and suspense this book is for you,if not don't read it. Anyway I hate to have to wait so long for the next part but I'm a loyal reader. Lilah don't make us wait too long.
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Great story Im curious how it ends
thank for a good story and I love Lina
I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.