First of all I want to say that I listened to this instead of read. I wanted to mention it so that I can praise Rebecca Estrella. I have had the privilege of listening to her read in quite a few books and she has become one of my favs.
Anyway, Alison Tyler has a way of pulling at her readers emotions as much as she lets the reader experience everything that Samantha is going through. There are times where I am uncomfortable and feeling like a voyeur because the story is so vivid in my mind from her descriptions.
I have to admit that I didn’t finish the 2nd book in the series because I was feeling extremely raw and wide open while reading. (If that makes any sense.) This one made me feel almost the same, but since I knew that it was coming to a conclusion I could make myself read past the rawness I was feeling.
I think that it makes me uncomfortable not because I think what she likes and how she lives is wrong, but because she is so open and honest with her wants and desires in a way I don’t know if I ever will be.
This is definitely a book, well series, that I would recommend to anyone who loves erotica, and especially to those who love BDSM.