- File Size: 250 KB
- Print Length: 58 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc.; First Scarlet Rose edition (January 11, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 11, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B018WPBYUO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,905,128 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
You're Tops (A Candy Hearts Romance) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The story gives the reader a brief, tantalizing peek into the world of Doms and submissives in a short erotica novella that may just leave you eager for more. The author does a great job of having her characters introduce us to the D/s world, as the former boy-next-door initiates his neighbor and one-time crush into his world.
Having never read this kind of story before, it was all new to me and I appreciated the patient explanations and demonstrations just as much as the main character. Well written and well paced, this Candy Hearts Romance is guaranteed to steam up your February night.
I received an ARC of this title in return for an honest review.
I thoroughly enjoyed this romantic short story. Drop your brain at the door, switch off any semblance of realism and indulge in this fun, kinky, hot story. I loved Regina’s chattering to Jake-the-romance-hero, and I was delighted when Tucker offered to teach Regina a few truths about his sexual tastes as a Dom. Tucker and Regina have a whole boat-load of chemistry and a sizzling lust between them burns brightly. I loved how Regina’s “research” for her story might have been the opening they needed to get together, but very quickly they both accepted that far, far more was on the table and they both wanted, needed a relationship.
There is some seriously hot sex between them. A fair bit of light bondage play – spanking, toys and restraints – but nothing that I found outrageous or offensive. Indeed I loved how they could both be so sexy and into each other in the bedroom, but not let it effect them outside too much. Tucker wasn’t some alpha macho man who needed Regina to bow to his every whim – their light kink stayed inside the bedroom and I enjoyed watching how it lent them intimacy and trust outside in the rest of their life. This was quite refreshing to see – how they could each be their own person outside but still forge a relationship together, one where they each were fulfilled and had exactly what they needed.
A fun, sexy, steamy read that left me feeling very happy and satisfied.
originally posted at long and short reviews
I don't normally read erotica, but the word play of this title caught my eye. I love a good pun.
This was an excellent gateway book into BDSM erotica. It portrays Tucker, the Dom as respectful and thoughtful, which is how a good Dom should be.
Regina is an author whose characters are giving her grief (as they do). She wants to write a steamy, steamy BDSM novel but her hero just doesn't want to behave (or is it the heroine? She's not sure).
Could have something to do with Tucker the man-next-door, who's looking oh-so-fine as he finishes home repairs, on whom she based her character.
What works for me in this novella is that the characters, who had puppy crushes on each other as children, have matured into responsible, communicative adults. There's no pride or miscommunication issues here, as is so often found in many romance novels. This ability to communicate with each other works as a basis for Regina and Tucker to build a necessary level of trust and to accept that they love one another.
Regina needs to do some hands-on BDSM research. Tucker, a Dom, is happy to help her. I'm glad that the issues of resepct and aftercare are included. That's what makes BDSM work as a viable love choice. Without the respect and aftercare, it wouldn't be BDSM, but abuse. St Clair did an excellent job of portraying the respect and aftercare necessary for this lifestyle. I thank her for it.
If you haven't read much BDSM erotica for whatever reason, but would like to give reading it a try, this is a good place to start.
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