S&M III, Vol. I (Scott & Mariana)

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
To understand the present, one must revisit the past...

Scott Reed was a happy go-lucky guy, fresh out of USC and just landed his dream job at one of the world's promising advertising agencies. Then he met Caprina Waters and his world turned on its ear. More

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About Vera Roberts

Vera was a Seattle Erotic Art Festival 2010 Literary Finalist. She is also a former contributor to Eden Fantasys and Excitement Video and Toys. She is a current contributor to erotic fiction site, Oysters and Chocolate. Vera currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband, Maks.

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Review by: doreen munro on Jan. 27, 2013 : (no rating)
read all the books in one weekend can't wait for the next book!!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Chantale Reve on May 22, 2012 :
From smoking cover to clever cliffer, Vera Roberts' entertaining novella S&M III reads like a BDSM psy-thriller. Well-plotted story, international intrigue, great internal monologues, naturalistic dialogue that builds tension – and there's oodles of suspense.

Oh, yeah, and try to sit still reading the scorching sex scenes. They can make the Lifestyle seem tempting for those sexual beings who are not too afraid to use cuffs, clamps and other erotic paraphernalia (or to have them applied), but more importantly, alluring for those sexual beings who are emotionally mature enough to adapt to a higher dimension of love, trust, obedience and fidelity – no matter how ironic the latter word may seem in a ménage à trois and other multiple arrangements.

I absolutely love prequels (BATMAN BEGINS is but one). In S&M III, author Roberts paints just as vivid past lives for her characters as she does their present circumstances. All that I can hope for is that the next sequel in the Scott & Mariana franchise would be just as, if not more, adventurous. As for the latest installment, it's a friggin’ Mistresspiece!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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