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Publisher Description

Her college lecturer offers her adeal, one in which she would work for him part-time in his second occupation in return for him guiding her in her studies. Could she ever have imagined just what she would have to do when working for him - unlikely in the extreme, and extreme is exactly what it turned out to be for her. Okay she is paid and well, offered accommodation, a car, expense account and...But why? Then she begins to find out that he demands stritct discipline and gets it, he gets more than that when training her and, his group of friends also share in her work. Soon she comes to love her work and recruits her friend becky, together they find that studying is not all bad, particularly when under a man such as he.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2011
July 2
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
291
Pages
PUBLISHER
Jay Merson
SELLER
Smashwords, Inc.
SIZE
287.5
KB

Customer Reviews

Kerrybatdog ,

Badly in need of an editor

This has to be one of the most poorly written pieces of trash I've ever read. Sorry I wasted 5 bucks on it. The "author" apparently couldn't even be bothered to proofread it. Typos and grammar errors are so prevalent it's hard to follow the story.
Which brings us to the storyline. It is mildly intriguing but completely unrealistic. Not in a good sort of fantasy escape, but more in a "you've got to be kidding me" way. I doubt the author has any experience with bdsm and seemingly didn't even bother to research it. Even the sex scenes were disappointing - not even as steamy as some YA romances I've read!
Don't waste your time or money on this one.
Update: I kept hoping it would get better. It didn't. It got more and more ridiculous.
First, BDSM is not about abuse and rape. Pain, humiliation, etc might be aspects but anyone who knows anything about BDSM knows the first rule is that consent by ALL parties is mandatory!
Second, not every sub is a switch. In fact, most are not and would not relish or be turned on by being a Dom/me. Which brings up another point, albeit minor - "Sir" should always be capitalized in BDSM context.
Third, regardless of every straight man's fantasy, not all women are bisexual and many are not even remotely attracted to other women and never would be.
I looked for this piece of trash on Amazon to review it there, but apparently Amazon has at least a little higher standards.

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