Book Reviews of Tied With a Bow: Anne's Birthday Bachelor / Power Play / Two Days, Three Nights

Tied With a Bow: Anne's Birthday Bachelor / Power Play / Two Days, Three Nights
Tied With a Bow Anne's Birthday Bachelor / Power Play / Two Days Three Nights
Author: Dominique Adair, Jennifer Dunne, Madeleine Oh
ISBN-13: 9781843607434
ISBN-10: 1843607433
Publication Date: 6/2002
Pages: 277
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
The theme of this book is (of course) doms & subs. If you don't know what that means, then this book might be too intense for you. For those of you who do know what it means, enjoy. The first story, by Dominique Adair was so good, so well-written, that I was tempted to keep this book. The other two stories were written in a simplistic style that was a bit too elemental for me. Graphic & explicit, yes, but not titillating. If gentle and loving BDSM is your thing, this book has it.
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Sexy read! Lots of fun!
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Multi-author thematic anthology. Since the title is Tied With A Bow and the cover shows someone with their hands tied behind them, the theme is immediately obvious. Fairly well written with [surprise, surprise!] more emphasis on sex than plot. If you're into the whole "Yes, Master, I want to be a human macrame project" thing it's enjoyable. A read once.

Authors: Jennifer Dunne, Dominique Adair, Madeleine Oh
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Three fun, sexy D/S stories pre "Shades of Gray". The stories give a light look at the mutual bond that comes with D/S. Makes for temptations in alternatives.