quarta-feira, 30 de julho de 2014

[Crítica] Submissive Beauty, de Eliza Gayle

Submissive BeautySubmissive Beauty by Eliza Gayle
My rating: 1 of 5 stars

★☆☆☆☆ {1.5}

Eager to understand her secret desires, Gabrielle enters “The Sanctuary.” Inside she’s immediately torn between fear of the unknown and a craving to learn more, until the lights dim. From the first sound of Thomas’ calm and controlled voice, she is mesmerized. With an underlying need in her emotional spirit that requires more than sex, she is easily seduced into a world of dominance and submission under false pretenses.

For Thomas, an experienced Master, Gabrielle is an interesting mix of defiant, naive and submissive. Her sharp mind and wit appeal to him as much as the curves of her lush figure. He accepts the challenge to help train her despite the danger she represents. Long term anything for him is out of the question. If he does his job right, his protégé David will end up the perfect Dom for her and Thomas will move on with his armor intact.

Their journey puts Gabrielle at the mercy of two men who teach her how to embrace her darkest needs within a tight bond of trust. Unfortunately, betrayal lurks on the path to total surrender.

90% do livro (ou até mais) foi SEXO, SEXO, SEXO!
O enredo foi fraquíssimo, as personagem eram secas. Pior que isto, só o Fifty Shades of Grey.

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