Genres: BDSM Romance
Published by Loose-ID
Released on May 29, 2012
Beg For It is the second story in the Pact of Seduction series by Stacey Kennedy. A year or so ago I read the first book and couldn’t wait to read more. Unfortunately the price on the book for what you get got to me and I put it on my wish list in hopes the price would come down…and it never did. So with a small gift card I decided to go against all my book buying budgets and buy it.
Pact of Seduction is about four friends who make a pact to live out one of their fantasies. It’s Bella’s turn and she chooses to have a night with another woman. Unfortunately she can’t stop laughing each time they kiss. She goes home to the house she shares with her friends and they convince her she needs to pick another fantasy.
Kole, a Dom at Castle Dolce Vita, has had his eye on Bella. She is a natural submissive, but everyone treats her like a princess. He’s ready to knock her off her pedestal but also make her his submissive. He makes a deal with her for one night as his submissive to show her everything he can give her. Oh, did I forget to tell you that Kole isn’t an easy going Dom? He likes total control inside the club and bedroom, but he also is a sadist.
To be truthful, I didn’t like Kole at all. I felt he pushed and expect way to much of Bella for their first night. When Bella clams up, I totally understood. Trust is paramount in a BDSM relationship and she just wasn’t there with Kole to bare her soul about the scene. Throughout the story, Kole just pushed my warning buttons. I don’t like Doms who think they need to teach someone a lesson about relationships.
Oh, and get this…one sub just can’t fulfill all his needs…well I will let you read to find out how that goes.
While the sex was crazy hot, it also dragged on long without orgasms…I want the orgasms! I just put the book down and didn’t feel any satisfaction. *cries* I guess I was expecting a lot more for the $4 price tag for less than 100 pages.
Why do some BDSM books make the Dom look like a relationship therapist?
Do they really need to know everything when you haven’t even talked much outside of the scene?