The Billionaire Who Cloned Me, Diary of a Fuckdoll Pt 5

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When Lisa overhears Tristan receiving
being "attended to" by a flight attendant on their way to Dubai, she decides to go off her meds just to see what happens. What comes next is a life-changing experience she'll never forget, pitting her against the man whose throbbing hot bod she adores, but whose dominance she loves to hate. Who will prevail? More

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Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
Published: Jan. 17, 2013
Words: 8,200
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301696154
About A. Violet End

Retellings of the Grimm Brothers' fairy tales as erotic literature; Billionaire BDSM serial Diary of a Fuckdoll, the Billionaire Who Boned Me, et al.

Enjoy the Grimm & Dirty Tales, and the Diary, dear readers.

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Review by: Robert Zimmermann on Feb. 03, 2013 : star star star star
A. Violet End has stepped it up another notch with The Billionaire Who Cloned Me, part 5 of Diary of a Fuckdoll. This is no longer the story of Lisa trying to get away from the controlling billionaire Tristan. This is now an erotic story of a woman’s struggle between what she knows is right and what her body wants to tell her is the what she should enjoy and be passionate about.

Having access to the most advanced pharmaceuticals medications not even on the market, Tristan can control his toy, Lisa, in more ways than anyone can imagine. Just how far with one more go to brainwash a woman to do his sexual bidding?

What I really enjoyed about this one, is the addition of these advanced medicines and another medical advancement I won’t mention. It added a near-future, sci-fi element to the story-line that was very unexpected. I really want to know where the story can go from here. Adding this new seemingly unlimited amount of control over Lisa makes it seem like there’s no way out. At times she doesn’t want a way out. At other times, she wants nothing but to be able to run away. The conflicting emotions, both drug induced and natural, are what keeps me coming back for more.

I don’t know if I can wait until the next installment comes out to see what fate has in story for Lisa. I’m ever intrigued by A. Violet End’s plans for Lisa.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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