Thursday, February 17, 2011
Throw Me Around Thursday
Mentally drained...must have time with friends to carry on. Ever had one of those weeks? Weekend can't get here fast enough. Got lots of plans and loving this weather! Suppose to be 70 degrees tomorrow! Warm weather makes me happy and chases the dark mood away. Now if it were only May.....
Jumped into Lean On Me by Cherise Sinclair this week and all I can say is wow! Mind you this is not my first time that I've read a story about the BDSM lifestyle but this is the first one that delved into it this deeply. That stuff gets pretty rough. I don't see me letting anybody call me their little sub and there's even less chance of me calling anybody Master and lastly no one and I mean no one takes my shoes! It was a great educational experience. LOL. I will definitely read all of these in this series.
Lean On Me by Cherise Sinclair
Andrea wants to submit, but not to just any so-called Dom. He has to be tougher than the slum-bred bullies she grew up with. She’d given up finding a true Dom when her friend finagles her a place as a trainee in an exclusive BDSM club with the powerful Shadowlands Masters. Andrea’s thrilled…and terrified.
Forced to accept an unknown submissive into his carefully run trainee program, Master Cullen is furious. Not only is the young woman new to BDSM, but she’s unsuited to her role--armoured in leather like a Domme, she’s more liable to punch a Dom than kneel. He decides to push her right back out the door. But as he ruthlessly intimidates her, punishes her, then cuddles her, his glimpse of the woman inside the emotional armour intrigues him, and her utter surrender captures his heart.
Although Master Cullen is famous for his unfettered lifestyle, Andrea believes he might be interested in her, until she discovers he’s not just a bartender--he’s a cop. Maybe he’d overlook her past brush with the law, but when another trainee accuses her of stealing money, Andrea knows she’s lost the Master she wanted with all her heart.
Like a said in the begining I really liked this book. I personally don't know if I could live that kind of a lifestyle. It's one thing in the bedroom but outside that.... I just don't know. I loved how Andrea softened Cullen up and made him break all his rules about trainees. It's always good to see a man eat his words! I'm not sure how Andrea came to the conclusion that she was a sub. She is very very independent. Owns her own business and doesn't want to ask for help. Growing up in her shoes made her tough. Even when she falls from a ladder and has to go to the ER she still tells noone. This pushes Cullen to the edge and he feels she doesn't care enough for him to trust him. I feel she really doesn't give Cullen a fair chance to ever prove that he can be trusted. Once he's gone from her life she realizes how much he means to her and that shutting him out hurts him as well she is set on getting her Master back but to do so she must submit in a very public way. Will she chicken out?
I give this book 4 chocolate dipped strawberries and a collar (yes you can have one too Mizz B!). Hope everyone has an awesome Friday!