• The Good Master

  • The Full Trilogy
  • By: Joy Zelig
  • Narrated by: Maxx Power
  • Length: 1 hr and 49 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 08-23-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wordwooze Publishing
  • 4 out of 5 stars 3.9 (15 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Darla was one of the few live-in submissives that he'd come to love. Twenty years his junior, she'd finished her course work and the exams for her PhD, then took a leave from NYU without writing the dissertation.
For several years, he'd let her hide in his penthouse: cared for and indulged, disciplined and educated, petted and punished.
He'd lost Darla, or - more accurately - set her free, to pursue the life she was meant to pursue, to be the person she was meant to be. That loss had hurt, but it had been the right thing to do.
Some time later, she'd sent him a gift, a young submissive she'd named Grace.
Damaged and vulnerable, Grace needed help, discipline and control, attention and compassion, healing from the kinds of abuse that often finds natural submissives.
In short - she needed a good master.
Being a dominant doesn't mean that you don't have obligations. He took Grace in. He provided her with the menu of nurturance and punishment that she so desperately needed. He taught her to understand herself - her needs and desires, her strengths and her vulnerabilities, her blind spots and her personal history.
Almost 20 years younger than the Master - like Darla - Grace isn't really suited to being a long-term lover or companion.
Does that mean he's doomed himself to a kind of serial monogamy, a string of younger submissives, an ongoing "catch and release" program?
Or is it time that he found someone his own age to play with?
©2017 Zelig Media (P)2017 Zelig Media
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3 out of 5 stars
By Zoe on 09-06-17

The Good Master

What was most disappointing about Joy Zelig’s story?

This is supposed to be a trilogy, and it's in three parts, but there is a lot of repetition of earlier facts at the beginning of each of second and third parts,

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jan on 02-14-18

Dominant and Submissive

The dominant and Submissive relationship never ceases to amaze me. The amount of trust, understand, and attention one needs to be involved in such a relationship keeps me intrigued. This book was fun listen to with amazing narration.

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