Loving Rigel

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Sadie and Rigel have settled into their one-sided polyamorous relationship, but the course of true love never did run smooth, even more so when the course of true love was pitted with well earned spankings and attempts to date other people. As Rigel and Sadie struggle to find a balance, there’s more trouble on the horizon. Kate, good, quiet, studious Kate has discovered her brat side. More

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Words: 21,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476248936

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Review by: Lola López on April 03, 2012 :
Loving Rigel is hardwork, Loving Rigel is a messy affair. Loki Renard takes a honest look into a one sided poly-whatever relationship. You get frustrated with Rigel and her wild ways, but you can't help swooning over her. She has some very sweet moments, after all. And she tries to redeem herself, that too. When it comes for redemtion, she definately goes for big gestures. Rigel is extreme. You could argue Sadie is as well, but less so in this episode.
And let's not forget Kate, Sadie's roomie, discovering, in this story, her brat side. And Tank, the gentle giant dream top. Loki have some interesting scenes with them.
Going back to Rigel and her big attempt at redemption. Messy as well. Messy, sad, funny, twisty. I loved the unexpected turns and twists.
Loki manages to bring broader issues in all of her stories. Here, Rigel is a very flawed top, or just a wild brat going over her head? Sadie, bratty naughty Sadie, is actually quite sensible in this story. Tank, guest-star Tank, is her awesome self and Kate... Kate. Is. Straight, damnit. ;)
And as always, awesomely witty writing. I kind of feel like quoting my favorites bits, but I would end up posting the entire story. Plus, I don't want to get spoilery, and I tend to do that whenever I enjoy a story so much.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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