Single White Submissive: Gia in Wonderland / Must Love Music / Sunday Afternoon with Mac
Single White Submissive Gia in Wonderland / Must Love Music / Sunday Afternoon with Mac Author:Jennifer Dunne, Dominique Adair, Madeleine Oh GIA IN WONDERLAND by Dominique Adair — Gia Conti, ex ballerina, was injured in a car accident caused by the man who'd been stalking her. Forced to leave the stage due to her injuries, she moves across the country to recuperate and begin a new life. Responding to a personal ad that seemed written with her in mind, Gia makes a leap of f... more »aith and answers the ad to meet the handsome Drake Whelan. Just when she decides to take a chance with her heart, she finds shattering evidence that her lover might be the same man who'd ended her career.
MUST LOVE MUSIC by Jennifer Dunne
Possessing perfect pitch, a penchant for leather, and a predilection for gourmet cooking, Master Rikard is a Sub's dream. After answering his compelling personal ad, Gayle begins a relationship with the mysterious masked Dom. His hypnotic voice spins wicked erotic fantasies as he takes her to sexual heights she'd never believed possible, while glimpses of his tortured soul awaken her desire for more than just sex. Their mutual love of music could be the beginning of much more, but his tragic past presents a barrier. Then Gayle's innocent discovery forces them to face the truth.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON WITH MAC by Madeleine Oh
Single white submissive ISO intelligent, inventive and creative Dominant. Perfection not necessary but common sense, wit and sense of humor are. I'm 27, employed and looking for someone to fulfill my fantasies of velvet manacles and silk scarves. Ginny Wallace places a personal ad, hoping to find the dominant of her dreams. Who she finds is Mac Brodie -- a man who will take her beyond her wildest imaginings to complete sexual fulfillment and love.« less
Three different authors, three different stories. I enjoyed the first one, by Madeline Oh, about how two people get together & enjoy each other. The second and third, by Jennifer Dunne & Dominique Adair, start with the same premise, but add drama - heavy drama. I personally am not into that kind of drama, so I didn't enjoy them as much, but each had an element to add. Try it.