Yes, Dear Master: Volume 1

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Based on a true story. My first job that didn't involve a hairnet. My first partner who took all that he wanted from me. More

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Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
Words: 3,340
Language: English
About Ivy Matthews

A student of life, love, and Medieval Germany.

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Review by: Astral Explorer on July 24, 2012 :
What a wonderful first chapter in what is a fabulously sensual, excitingly erotic, and pithily written tale of young boisterous exploration.

The relationship between the narrator and Mr. Davis has a striking potential to it. Here the combination of Mr. Davis's knowing experience and masterful aloofness married to the urgency and youthfulness of the narrator leads to some exciting moments. The erotic tension is ratcheted up stage-by-stage, experience by experience in an exciting way.

For a first chapter, it is a fine achievement, and represents a great deal of potential exploration for both of the central characters. Looking forward to hearing more about their motivations and their their inner causal logics. Can't wait to read the next installment!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Gerald Dawson on July 13, 2012 :
A short tale that enticed my craving to read on. The characters seemed developed well enough, but there were a few places I lost track. Mr. Davis's hidden adjenda in the back room could have been focused on a little more to add to the intrigue, but then I am one who craves the details to enhance a story. Well done, I look forward to another story.
(review of free book)

Review by: Jessa Callaver on July 12, 2012 :
A hot and steamy start. I did feel that some of the descriptions of Mr. Davis and what kind of man he was could have been pruned a bit and I would've liked to have known more what incited her to dress more provocatively. Really liked the originality of what you told us of our female protag. Just one reader's two cents.
(review of free book)

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