Billierosie once again shows that she is a true master at writing hotter-than-hot BDSM erotica. Enslaving Eli is a must for fans of the genre!
When Jasmine the beautiful dominant meets tall, hunky Eli at the dullest party in the world, Eli wants to see her again. He doesn't understand her reluctance, they've had fun together and it isn't as if he is asking her to marry him, just maybe a cup of coffee. When Jasmine tells Eli of her secret life, Eli is intrigued and gradually he is initiated into a world of BDSM that as Jasmine's submissive, is impossible for him to walk away from.
Jasmine tells Eli of a secret, exclusive organization, The Coterie. The Coterie is centuries old. Its members are dominant women; their ethos in life is total submission of the male. Eli endures humiliation, depravity and absolute control at the hands of Mistress Jasmine. But Eli and Jasmine are more than mistress and slave, they have fallen in love. When Mistress Jasmine is killed in a automobile accident, Eli is devastated. Officially, Eli now belongs to The Coterie. He is property. He is told that he is to be sold to another Mistress. Eli, however, has other ideas. This story explores a much under discussed orientation; that of the male submissive. Relinquishing control is not regarded as a masculine way to go about things. But in relinquishing control, Eli's life is fulfilled.
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He finds his true love
The story of the Coterie - their ancient roots in Artemis & Diana and how they still continue today by recruiting women to carry on the tradition of dominance
One of the final scenes where Jasmine allows Eli to make passionate love to her. The author hinted earlier that some dommes marry their subs and I was lead to believe of the possibility. The branding ritual seemed to have sealed the deal. Readers will be surprised by both the subsequent tragedy and the epilogue.
Lachlan narrates the story from the 3rd. person POV fairly evenly. Her performance was neutral to the characters. She made the tale interesting enough to hear in one sitting.
I almost cried at the tragedy in the end but since it was foretold in the first chapter I was not surprised. I began to feel empathy for Jasmine as her character developed. It was sad to see how it ended. The story continued to maintain the central theme of the Coterie with a recovery for Eli.
Although short on dialogue and specific action, the story provides an amazing depth of plot and revelation of the characters motivations. Readers of this story will be treated to a remarkable tale about a little-known society.
- dave94015 "I'm open to most things"