At His Word: The Billionaire's Beck and Call, Part 6 (A BDSM Erotic Romance)

Adult Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
When Isabeau hears Mr. Drake's side of the story, she has two choices: to take him at his word, or walk out of his life. She chooses to trust him and accompanies him to a dinner party, only to have more secrets about Drake's mysterious past whispered in her ear by his handsome business partner, Alexander Smith.

This 6500 word story is the sixth part in The Billionaire's Beck and Call. More
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Delilah Fawkes is a best-selling erotica author specializing in red hot alpha male romance and taboo erotic tales. When she's not writing dirty stories, she's a psychic reader under her real name, Fiachna Rose, and is a physical host for the Goddess Freya. Since Freya's the Goddess of love, beauty, magic, and sex, Delilah feels that this is pretty on-brand, spiritually-speaking.

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Reviews of At His Word: The Billionaire's Beck and Call, Part 6 (A BDSM Erotic Romance) by Delilah Fawkes

Amy Gowan reviewed on Nov. 17, 2012

Just one question "Where is Mr. Drake in real life?"
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)
Kassie Hall reviewed on Aug. 4, 2012

This is the first installment of this series that I've read. It does pick up from a cliffhanger but it is still enjoyable on its own. This is really a relationship-building segment of the story; it provides a nice window on Mr. Drake's efforts to make Isabeau feel safe in her role in his life.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
N. S. Charles reviewed on Aug. 3, 2012

My heart palpitated when this became available. The Billionaire's Beck and Call has been a guilty pleasure of mine for some time, between its erotic novel setup, everyday heroine and Fifty Shades coattailing. The difference, however, is that Fifty is Fifty and The Billionaire's Beck and Call is so very much better.

This is part six. After six installments one would assume that we would be on a decline, but Delilah Fawkes has turned this into more than what came before it. Isabeau in chapters one and two was completely different, and thus the main plot points centered around her and her training, her and everything new in Drake's world that she'd never experienced before. Five saw her fall into place as a submissive, six brings in a new formula. From here on out it's about new experiences and plot, two things that have been hinted at and now realized.

I think Delilah Fawkes is terribly good at this. Isabeau's billionaire realizes how hard it is to trust him despite the odds, despite what she thinks. So in parallel he ties her up and shows her why she can, and it's downright amazing. Mm-mmm.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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