Submit To The Need

Adult Erotica
Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
Successful journalist Annie Carmichael has become an expert at keeping secrets.
On the surface she seems to have it all, but looks can be deceiving.
For the last year, she has been trapped inside a living hell. But, with the help of best friend Kat, she manages to escape her abusive partner Braden, and make a fresh start.
Cue Nicholas Darcy - Millionaire who wants to make her his sub.
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  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
  • Erotica themes:
  • Words: 83,350
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781311748072
About M L Smith

M. L. Smith is an author of erotic thrillers and erotic romances. Short, dark and Northern, she was born in Edinburgh in the 70's - well, 1970 to Shetland heritage. After a family move down to the North East Coast of England, not far from Whitby as a baby, she has remained there ever since. Married with 2.4 children, she has been an avid reader for as long as she can remember. Growing up, Enid Blyton was her thing, then she progressed to an obsession with crime thrillers, then onto her next obsession... Erotica! When she writes, she likes her males 100% alpha, with a generous dollop of vulnerabilities, and her heroines curvy, ballsy and sassy. She also enjoys reading and writing sensual poetry. She loves her family, Italy and Spain - where she can converse in food and alcoholic drinks related matters, Bloody Mary's and of course, writing. Catch her on her blog!

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Reviews of Submit To The Need by M L Smith

Darrell Lloyd Mackenzie reviewed on Jan. 11, 2020

The story opens with a terrified young woman arranging to flee from an abusive control freak and then gently veers into kinky sex, including bondage. Without lingering on the questions of what's unacceptable in one and mutually agreeable in the other, the novel does navigate through the dichotomy between rational desires and emotional needs, and along the way brushes up against some thorny issues in the rough sex scene. There's always physical danger, for one, including a dom's slipping over into cruelty. How far can a D be trusted, for another, or even worshiped? (We've seen serious abuses in extreme sports, where young Olympics hopefuls will do anything their coach demands – it's on the same spectrum, don't you think?) Smith doesn't dwell on these, but they're in the air. She has the goods to take this deeper, but doesn't, alas. Still, let's not overlook the hopeful, flowery romance along the way.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
MollySinclair27 reviewed on Jan. 28, 2016

I loved this follow up to Feel The Need. It was funny, sexy and so passionate! Nick Darcy is one heck of a book boyfriend and the book is currently free. A highly recommended BDSM read. 5 *
(review of free book)
Roscar reviewed on June 21, 2015

Good story, but was rushed. Wished more parts of the book went into more detail.
(review of free book)
hrhsophia reviewed on June 20, 2015

A very pleasant surprise, thoroughly enjoyable and very passionate.
(review of free book)
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