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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Review: Catch Me (Brie's Submission #3) by Red Phoenix


Print Length: 278 pages
Publisher: Provocative Romance (June 20, 2016)

From Goodreads.com: Love requires a leap of faith 

The final week at the Submissive Training Center has arrived! Will Brie survive the last week of training—five extraordinary days of challenge and pleasure? Her graduation night includes interviews with potential Doms, but it gets horribly complicated… 

A surprising turn of events forces her to make an unexpected choice.



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My Rating: 3 stars out of 5

This is the third and final book in the boxed set that I got. In this story, Brie is all set to graduate from her submissive training, and decides instead of exploring the new community of which she is a part of, she would rather be "collared" to one Dom. As much as I hate to agree with anything Mary (someone who has been a bit of a bitch throughout the story) I felt Brie was an idiot. Why rush into something without fully exploring what your new world holds? 

Anyway. Stuff happens during her graduation ceremony, and while she does end up collared it wasn't to the person I expected. 

In my honest opinion, this story really begins to flow and explore its potential when Brie is finally collared. That is where the author begins to really explore the dynamic of the full-time BDSM lifestyle. Speaking to Brie's naivety, she quickly makes mistakes (one of which even I saw coming from a mile away), but I enjoy watching her and her chosen Dom work through them. 

I am sure that there are some people who will very much enjoy this story (as evidenced by the numerous 4 and 5 star reviews), however it is very doubtful at this point if I will continue on with this series. Some of the potential I was hoping for began to shine through with this one, but after the first two I am hesitant to take a chance.

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                     Teach Me is available from Amazon.com as part of a boxed set

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