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Maverick's Black Cat
Maverick's Black Cat
Author: Maggie Casper, Lena Matthews
Maverick's Black Cat By Lena Matthews , Maggie Casper Research. It was all in the name of research, or that's what Catarena keeps telling herself every time she meets Maverick online. In exchange for his knowledge of D/s relationships, Catarena willingly becomes his apt pupil, giving over her mind, body and soul to his commands. Their relation...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781419954160
ISBN-10: 1419954164
Publication Date: 4/30/2006
Pages: 224
Edition: 1st
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 36 ratings
Publisher: Elloras Cave Pub Inc
Book Type: Paperback
Members Wishing: 0
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"Yes,sir" is all I can say. Hot, mild BSDM, very good read. A+++
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I loved the sequel to this story (Friends With Benefits), but Maverick's Black Cat isn't quite the same.

Maverick is a dom and the CEO of a company. Catarena is a mail room employee at the company and a budding writer. She goes to a BDSM chat room to learn more about the lifestyle so that she can incorporate it in her book. Maverick and Cat hit it off. They start a cyber sexual relationship. Neither one is aware of how they are connected at work until one day Cat glimpses his face on the webcam. She immediately cuts off the cyber relationship much to Maverick's dismay. I thought the premise of the story was great given how so many people seek sexual fulfillment online.

While this book is erotic, it's not the BDSM book it says it is. The BDSM is pretty light. Lora Leigh's books have more kink in them. Maverick comes off more as an over the top alpha male than a true Dom. The sex is graphic but I've read better. You also have to suspend disbelief that the CEO of the company would act the way Maverick does when he finds out who Cat is. What he does when he discovers her identity is really out of bounds in my opinion.
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