His Submissive

  • by Jane Henry, Maisy Archer
  • Narrated by Mister Plug
  • 6 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Matteo Angelico, former Marine and experienced, longtime dominant, knows what he likes - sexy, submissive women who do what they're told and are willing and able to give him the control he craves. But he also knows what he doesn't like - the demands of a full-time dynamic and a committed relationship. He's happy to leave the flowery romance to his twin brother Dominic, and Dom's fiancee, Heidi. So why can't he get the one girl who wants it all out of his head?
Hillary Morrow has learned all too well that D/s relationships don't always have fairy tale endings - the last dominant she met online betrayed her trust in every possible way. But that hasn't stopped her from giving her heart away to the most commitment-phobic dominant in Boston: Matteo Angelico. When Matteo offers to give her the accountability and discipline she needs, she eagerly accepts, even when she finds herself taken across his knee.
As Hillary and Matteo's siblings plan their wedding, the two of them find themselves in frustratingly romantic scenarios but still manage to maintain a semblance of distance. However, when Hillary finds herself the target of a stalker, she and Matteo are thrown together and sparks fly. Hillary trusts Matteo to keep her safe from the stalker...but who will protect Hillary's heart from Matteo?
Disclaimer: This book contains the spanking of adult women and sexual scenes. Even though it's the second in the Boston Doms series, it can be listened to as a standalone.

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Blistering hot spanking romance

This is the second book in the Boston Doms series and the two authors are on fire! Their writing is flaming hot and their enthusiasm glowing from every word. I'm smitten by the banter between Hillary and Matteo.
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- Miss Betty

Narration ruins it again

I don't know if the authors have done something to piss the folks at Blushing Books off. clearly there's some bad blood.
The stories in this series are good, better than many in the genre. Formulaic, HEA books with hot scenes, but also providing reasonable character depth and a good mix of drama, humor and pathos.
But, while these books make a decent read, the narration in the audiobook is an absolute horror-show and makes enjoyment of them almost impossible. Painful. The only way I was able to get through them was to think of the reader a prompt for an actual narration going on in my head. And I did that much mainly out of a sense of support for the writers.
The reading is stiff, with bad, awkwardly timed inflection and elocution that makes it seem as if this is the first time the reader ('cause this *ain't* narration) of the audiobook has encountered the script. The narration in each of the books of the series is consistently bad.
This quality of the reading in this audiobook is a frank betrayal of the writers. It seems designed to garner bad reviews. Worse, however is that it is a giant "f**k you" tp the listener. Bad production values on the level of those in this audiobook show absolute disdain for the listener. Which is curious in a business where the listener or read holds the power over success.
So, the only thing I am left with is that the writers pissed Blushing Books off somehow, because these tracks feel like vengence.
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- A.B. Normal "Yeah, that's what I think. Live with it."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-13-2016
  • Publisher: Blushing Books Publishing