"Mark has found the perfect woman - a born submissive. Nothing is more exciting than the subjugation of an independent woman, but Mark soon discovers that while he can control desires of the flesh he cannot control desires of the heart.
Annies lover reveals to her a most intriguing side to his personality, a lifestyle she is drawn to that is both fascinating and intimidating. She is about to learn more about her lover and his wishes, and about herself and her latent desires.
Warning: Power Exchange is a wonderfully written story of a realistic graphically depicted, Bondage/Submission relationship in which there is a true total power exchange."
I didn't care for this book. When I am reading erotic romance, and I am thinking - run away, it ruins the enjoyment. There is a fine line with BDSM books in this book I didn't see the exchange in power. Others may disagree, but I think Mark was across the line as a jerk and Annie was very wishy washy. Throughout the whole book she didn't want to do whatever new sexual situation that she was in, and then Mark pushed her and she decided that she was horny so she liked it. Also be warned, they spend more time in menages or even with completely different people, than they do with each other alone. I felt like they were never established as a couple, rather just two loosely connected members of a larger group.
This book was not badly written. If you like the Aphrodesia line which is more erotica you might enjoy this one more than I did. Ellora's cave is usually more erotic romance, and this book missed the mark, because there was nothing romantic about it.
The book is very good to read. It really displays what a true total power exchange (TPE) is all about and what happiness it can hold.