Her heart belonged to master and so did her body! What starts out as a friendly and kinky online chat explodes into an intense lust-at-first-site hookup after Kay and Jon get together when she travels from California to New York on business. Over the course of six age-play novelettes, now combined into this wonderfully erotic novel, their relationship develops via racy video chats, emails, phone calls, and texts, plus visits to the San Francisco Bay Area by Jon. Despite fully embracing her submissiveness to the dominant Jon, Kay has a little domme in her, which she indulges with local male and female playmates, and even on occasion with Jon. Theirs is a flexible D/s relationship that in no way resembles lifestyle BDSM, though equally kinky - heavy into erotic pleasure-pain sex.
Includes: "The Master's Little Girl", "The Master's Little Miss", "The Master's Little Toy", "The Master's Little Mess", "The Master's Little Jewel", and "The Master's Little Angel".
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Thinking outside the box after this one...
No, I was not a fan of the narrator. She sounded more like a grandma and that just completely turned me off on this book from the very beginning.
I think the author has talent and it is a good book, it just was not my style or type of book.
Maybe a different narrator
Not that I recall
I'm a little torn between writing too much and writing too little in this review. Overall I feel like I could do a pro/con list of what I did and didn't like but I know (as an author myself) that I'd hate that. Besides the book isn't bad it's just got this one major flaw that spoils it for me.
Before I get to that, however, let me comment on the narrator because she contributed to the problem. She sounds like a pleasant old grand mother reading a story to a child that just happens to be filled with sexual situations, crude language and revelations that no body wants about grandma. Keep that in mind as I describe the main character.
So the main character of this book is around her late 30s or early 40s and hangs out with women in the same general age range. She's a divorcee who is bisexual, doms two guys by allowing them to engage in their own bisexuality, considers sleeping with her friends and engages in an age-play long distance relationship with a dominant man but who is NOT (in her own mind) particularly kinky. I have no idea what the character considers the defining line between kinky/not kinky but it certainly differs from my definition. That said she's not unlikable. She's adaptive and intelligent, submitting or dominating in a caring and sexually adventurous yet nurturing way but she's not sexy. She uses phrases from the 40s and 50s as if a presumably modern woman would talk like that (given her mockery of hipters I assume she's not doing it ironically), she refers to her vagina as her "puss puss" even when not doing her little girl voice and she's exceedingly crude. A line such as "pissed out my fingers" should just never be spoken. The character takes an admittedly hot situation and makes it awkward and uncomfortable. Which is even more of a problem when dealing with an age-play story where a grown woman behaves like a young child.
With the narrator voicing her it just all comes together to make me picture Betty White engaging in these kinky escapades and that kept me from really losing myself in the fantasy. There were moments, however, of self-deprecating humor about these things that balanced it out to some degree. For a while (around the 3:35:10 mark in the audiobook) the character starts switching between first and third person narration and soon after she comments on it and how her thoughts on the situation are diverging. Here too I should be thinking artistic situation analysis but am instead thinking oh no grandma's got dementia!
I do think the author has a very creative style and there are many situations here that I found rather exciting but it just fell flat for me with this book.