Jemima Valentino

Biography

Jemima Valentino has worked as a commercial writer for more than ten years. After becoming an industry expert in her chosen field of business, Jemima turned her hand to writing fiction as a pastime, and to her surprise she didn't suck. Her work includes erotica, modern fiction and short stories.

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Books

The House on Hundred Hill
By Jemima Valentino
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 35,860. Language: English. Published: October 6, 2011. Category: Fiction
Jessica Rylan has spent her entire life trying to fit in, despite feeling deep down that she doesn't quite belong. A slave to passions that she doesn't quite understand, she does her best to simply ignore her burgeoning sensuality. Little does Jessica realise that a seemingly chance encounter with the handsome Nate Black will turn her world upside down.
His Elle
By Jemima Valentino
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 21,000. Language: English. Published: January 3, 2011. Category: Fiction
Through a chance meeting at an urgent care clinic, Elle and her Master soon fall unintentionally and desperately in love, embarking on a deeply intense BDSM relationship. Knowing they must soon part, Elle is pushed further than ever before. Through one final limitless display of submission, expertly guided by her Master, can Elle truly release her fears and give him all of her heart?

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Smashwords book reviews by Jemima Valentino

  • Tender Mercies on May 16, 2011
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    I didn't think anything could top Kitty Thomas's Comfort Food, but boy was I wrong. The minute I had Tender Mercies downloaded to my Kindle, I itched to read it. Had it not been for the fact I was deep in addiction with my last read, I could have easily ditched it like I have so many others in favour of what is fast becoming an obsession with Thomas's writing style and her darkly psychological / emotional take on the world of BDSM. When the story begins, Grace believes she is leaving the outside world for chance at happiness and freedom within her slavery to Lucas Stone, her online Master of twelve months who has promised her the life she has always dreamed of. Rich, handsome and persuasive, Grace agrees to jet off to a mystery island to live as Lucas's 24/7 slave, in a land where no laws protect the slaves that voluntarily enter it (with the exception of the fact that one must not kill their slave). She is soon thrown into the living hell of Stone's sadistic nature and is abused and tortured within an inch of her life. When Stone grows bored and tired of the realisation that he will never own her soul, he sells her to what he believes to be the Island's most dangerous dominant. Asher Collins. After all, hadn't Asher's last slave disappeared a year ago and rumour has it that she died at her Master's hand. From the point we see Grace in Asher's care, Grace's life flips from the cruelty of Stone's abuse to the lifestyle that she can but only try to convince herself is not some dream that will be shattered at any second. Asher is a kind, loving yet forceful Master, who knows what he wants and how to get it from his newly aquired property. In Asher, Kitty Thomas has created a near-perfect dominant. At this point I have to stop, for fear of detailing too many spoilers that will simply ruin the book for those that have not read it yet. Needless to say Lucas Stone may as well be the devil incarnate for me and had he been dog with such an aggressive nature, he would have been put of his (and everyone else's) misery before the book even started. His character is so well written that I found my blood at boiling point on several occassions throughout this book. Insightful, powerful, erotic and downright brilliant are the only words that spring to mind over Thomas's latest masterpiece. It is a story that will continue to live with me for a long time to come.