Chasing Fire #1 The Innocent (BDSM Erotic Romance)

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Isabella Lupton has loved Nick Pacelli from afar, sure that a man of his power and experience would never be interested in her. After a kidnapping attempt leaves Isabella terrified, Nick takes her to an island where they can be alone. With gentle caresses and a firm hand, Nick teaches Isabella that love doesn't have boundaries and that absolute trust is the only way to discover the truth. More
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Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
Words: 11,330
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301867103
About Mara Stone

Mara "self-published" her first story at age 9, a hand-written, hand-drawn masterpiece that totally failed to charm its intended target.

Since those heady days of young love, she has worked to improve her romantic technique and her writing skills.

Now living in New Zealand and writing full-time to create sexy, romantic short and long fiction pieces that she hopes readers will enjoy.

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Review by: DFP on Oct. 08, 2013 :

I liked the first half of the story. However, from chapter 4 through the end, I felt that the Nick character, particularly during the more intimate scenes, was a bit over the top and, a bit scary. I also felt like he showed signs of becoming abusive as well.

For instance, he's easily angered. Here's an example from the story: "His intense eyes studied her. She felt the need to fidget under his focused gaze and forced herself to remain still. He stalked over to stand in front of her and she could see a hint of anger in his blue eyes. 'Listen up, baby. One simple rule. You don’t ever lie to me. Understand?'” I get a Dom has a domineering personality but, this guy seems to have a short fuse.

How was Nick's behavior any different from that of Damien Carter, a guy Isabella dated, who had a cruel streak and grabbed her hard enough to leave bruises. This behavior was enough for her to leave him. How could she then accept similar behavior (albeit no bruises left) from Nick? I don't get it.

Also, it's seems like she left her controlling father only to get claimed ("You're mind forever") by the domineering Nick. This happens not long after she started to think about what she wanted to do with her life. I mean, I get that she's suppose to be submissive but, I just felt sorry for her at the end.
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