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Reading Under the Willow Tree

Environmental Science student, book reader, big dreamer, Sailing/Kayak/Surf instructor, Film buff, Adventurer, Girl.

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Fling: A BDSM Erotica Anthology - Sara Fawkes, Cathryn Fox, Lauren Hawkeye

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Fling is an anthology featuring 3 stories. All the stories feature a couple during fetish week at a luxury resort and they all feature a heavy dose of BDSM so this book will not be for everyone but if you are a fan of the genre then there is bound to be something here to satisfy you.

The book starts with Take me by Sara Fawkes. I really enjoyed this story it had likable characters and a decent storyline. Both Alexander and Kate went on a journey in this and it was a shame that wasn’t a little bit longer. What I also really liked about this story was the relationship between Alexander and Kate, it was the type of BDSM I like. It was only in the bedroom where that aspect of their relationship came through the rest of the time (when not partaking in the treats fetish week has to offer) they were a more normal couple.

The second book in this collection was Teach Me by Cathryn Fox. I liked the relationship less in this one but the characters more. The reason that the relationship was not as great for me was because there was some sharing and I am more of a one man at a time kind of woman. I really liked Luca and Josie, especially Luca he was a little overbearing but there was something really attractive about him.

My least favourite of the anthology was Tame me by Lauren Hawkeye. There was nothing wrong with it and the characters were fine but it was not my kind of relationship. I don’t mind men who are dominating in the bedroom but I am not a fan of it out of it. Marco was just to interfering when it came to Ariel. Before he even knew her (he has met her once for all of five minutes) he re-arranged her hotel reservation and transport without her knowledge so he could get her where he wanted her. He tells her what to do, what to wear and that is just not for me at all. There is nothing wrong here but it just wasn’t to my taste.

Fling is a fun, saucy read that I enjoyed. I would recommend it if you are a fan of the genre.

The publisher provided me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review