Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Review: Decadent Master by Tawny Taylor

Decadent Master
Masters of Desire #2
by: Tawny Taylor
$14.00 trade paperback
Aphrodisia Publishing
Paranormal Erotica / BDSM
Released: February 2010

Wynne thought she had the perfect life, until the ultimate betrayal from her fiancee made her question everything she knew.  Desperate to find the answers she needs, she winds up at Twilight, a BDSM club.  There, she meets three different but equally tempting men, and begins a journey into the darker side of her passions, and herself.

A Dom, Dierk is instantly drawn to Wynne's submissive nature.  Along with Rolf and Zane, they teach her what it means to be truly submissive in every way.

Wynne never imagined she'd want to submit to any man, but she finds herself doing just that, and loving every second of it.  But when emotions start to get in the way, will it ruin everything she's done and learned?  Or will it help to strengthen the experiences?

Carla says: 
Okay, this book was not what I was expecting, but not in a bad way.  Reading the back of the book, it sounded like it would be a book with f/m/m/m in it, but that wasn't the case at all.  Yes, there are three men and one woman, but it's not all at once.  The sex scenes aren't intermingled.  This was a better book than I'd hoped for, though.  I was expecting lots of sex with not much of a plot, but I found myself drawn into the story, and to the characters.  Wynne learned so much about herself in such a short time, and it was for the better, so I was thrilled about that.  And hey, vampires are always a plus.  Haven't been reading many vampire stories lately, so that was kind of nice to come back to.

Carla gives this book a

Annette Says:
I was expecting something a little different menagĂ© and more sex but what I got was more about a woman learning to be a sub with two different men while falling in love with another.  The blurb on the back is very deceiving.  I did enjoy the storyline and the growing relationship between Wynne and Dierk who both have their own demons to fight.

Annette gives this book a

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