Monday, April 16, 2018

Book Review: 'Dangerous Lust' by Lila Dubois

LUST

When Leona decides to take a walk on the wild side and become a sexual submissive, she doesn’t understand the risks.
Leona looks like any other college senior but she has a secret. She has been in a relationship with a Dom online and makes arrangements to meet him. Heart in her throat, she connects with him and begins a cat and mouse game that just might land her in some hot water. Bit by bit she falls into Master Clay’s world, becoming more addicted with each session. When she by chance sees him out of the playroom in the real world, her carefully constructed barriers begin to collapse.
Master Clay is a man who gets what he wants and what he wants right now is Leona. Fresh and young, she is lovely and oh so pliant. She does the things he tells her to do but isn’t prepared for the depths of his desires.
Brad is the carefree app designer with a hidden life. He is set on a collision course with Master Clay. When Leona comes to him for comfort and sparks fly he knows he has to step in, but in doing so he may just bring the wrath of Master Clay down on both of them.
This story was a good one but I had a few technical issues with some of the scenes. During Leona’s sessions with Master Clay there were times when he manipulated her anally without lube and then times where he used it. There were other inconsistencies regarding nipple clamps. At one point he threatens to leave her in them all night and that physically cannot happen.  There was also the issue with the contract at the end-one minute she couldn’t be with anyone else and the next she is getting it on with Brad.
Overall the tension was good, the characters compelling and the neat twist at the end was great. Leona is a girl trying to figure out her kinky side and she has two very different men to choose from. Will she choose right? You’ll have to read this one to find out.
For a walk on the dark side, give Dangerous Lust a try.


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