Title: Two Days, Three Nights
Author: Dominique Adair
Rating: Three And A Half Siren Stones
ISBN E-Book: 978-1419930744
Publisher: Ellora’s CaveReviewer: Cia
After ending a disastrous relationship, Victoria longs to take a cruise and indulge in her favorite pastimes, reading and margaritas. Instead, she receives an anonymous gift of lingerie with a handwritten note daring her to wear the garments to a company party. Intrigued by the command, she complies. When she meets her gift-giver in the flesh, Victoria knows she has found the perfect master.
Publisher’s Note: Originally available in the Tied with a Bow anthology.
Two Days, Three Nights by Dominique Adair caught my eye at first glance. Victoria accepted a non gift that changed the direction of her personal life. For years she’d fantasized about one man and the delightful things he could do to her body. After having come from a bad relationship where her needs were left unfulfilled, she didn’t have the instruction needed for her relationship with William.
William saw in Victoria a sub she didn’t see in herself. He aimed to spend the time to train her for his pleasure and his own. He surmised with their long working relationship, they already had a foundation of trust to build on. The two of them find pleasure in one another’s arms and add to it another layer.
In the beginning I really enjoyed the banter and the innocence of Victoria. I must comment that emotionally it fell short. The passion and BDSM nature of the story was fantastic; I just wish I could’ve felt more of a connection with the hero and heroine that surpassed basal sex.