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Sunday, September 2, 2012

Little Red Riding Crop by Tiffany Reisz


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Poor Nora is in dire need of a vacation. She might be the one of the most well known Dominants in the business, but her boss Kingsley, never gives her a day off. After Nora is arrested, and Kingsley must come and fetch her from the police station, they strike a tempting deal: Nora will get one whole month off from work plus a trip to Europe if she can only gain access into a rival BDSM club and earn a face to face meeting with its mysterious owner. Unfortunately for Nora, she will need more than her snarky, Dominant attitude and her little red riding crop when she comes face to face with Brad Wolfe, the only man standing between her and her vacation.

My Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5

I was immediately drawn in by the main character Nora. I've never been a big BDS&M reader, but the idea of a female Dom as a character was new and interesting. Ms. Reisz has a natural talent for weaving the story so that you often forget you are reading a BDS&M novel, instead you feel as though you are merely experiencing a normal day in the life of the characters she has created. Better written than Fifty Shades of Grey, Little Red Riding Crop has new and original characters, characters that you can't help but want to know more about.

I am intrigued to know more about these characters (especially Nora, how was it she could so easily switch from her role as a Dominant to that of a Submissive)?

The ending of this novella was so unexpected, it left me craving more. I look forward to reading (and reviewing) more of the Original Sinners books from Ms. Reisz.

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