Daddy’s Secret Mountain House by Nina Rains #Review
Posted by brriske
Me? A submissive? Never.
BDSM is only part of my research, but I never expected it to arouse my whole being. I tried to deny what my body and mind wanted. Being a slave was never in my book. But… he came and made me crave for it.
It was supposed to be just a one-night stand, but Thomas Anderson awakened me from my mediocre sex life. He gave me pain and pleasure that renewed me. He made me surrender to my lust. I tried to hold back on romance.
But, my heart – no – the whole of me became greedy. I wanted more.
The way he touched me,…
The way he kissed me, and…
The way he owned me – in his rough and beautiful manner…
They all pulled me deeper into the abyss of submission.
And, a slave to him I wanted to be.
Warning: This standalone novella will arouse your sexual fantasies. It is filled with steamy erotic scenes from the start to the end and with some hint of comical romance. It is a story filled with pain and sex, but all in a good way. It will make you see BDSM in another light.
All characters are at least 18 years old. This book is strictly for adults.
Rating: 4 out of 5 Hearts
Review: If you go into this book thinking you are going to be reading a masterpiece of literature, I’m afraid that you will be very disappointed. However, if you are in the mood for a super quick read full of a young woman’s introduction into the BDSM lifestyle and hot sex, then you are in for a treat. In this first installment of Nina Rains’ “BDSM Story” series, we are introduced to Thomas Anderson, a Daddy Dom who, it seems, feel like he is required to take young women who are new to the lifestyle under his wing and teach them about BDSM. We are also introduced to psychiatric resident, Rebecca Baldwin, who goes to Anika’s Deviant Hall in search of information regarding BDSM from a psychological point of view. What she does not realize is that she is actually hard wired for submission until she meets Thomas Anderson, and he teaches her.
As I said, this is a very quick read (only about 80 pages) so there is a lot about the nuances of a power exchange relationship that must be overlooked or glossed over in the interest of saving space in the book. However, the storytelling and character development are still very strong so I’ll stand by my rating based upon the strength of the book. I will say that I am honestly not sure if I like or despise the character of Thomas Anderson. I’ll have to read more to see if I can develop a more clarified point of view on his character. If you want a deeper understanding of the BDSM lifestyle, you’ll need to look elsewhere. This book is most assuredly erotica and, as such, is recommended for adult readers.
Reviewed by HR Duby for Romance Authors that Rock