Friday, March 16, 2007
Pure Sin Partners in Passion By Sahara Kelly & S.L. Carpenter
TITLE: Pure Sin Partners in Passion
AUTHOR: Sahara Kelly & S.L. Carpenter
PUBLISHER: Ellora’s Cave
ISBN #: 9781419908941
RELEASE DATE: Available Now
Reviewed By: Heidi
Rated 4 out of 5
Tracy Harmon has always felt that something was missing in every relationship she’s had; her latest boyfriend Simon Travers just doesn’t do anything for her anymore. In the beginning there had been a degree of heat but now its not even tepid between them, and she feels like she’s just going through the motions. Simon must go, and this decision is made more definite when, whilst visiting a gallery, she sees the most intense photograph - one that instantly makes Simon recoil in horror because the woman isn ’t perfect. Whilst looking at the photograph Tracy happens to bump into someone who makes her heart race wild with pleasure; he gives her his card and they part ways. Its only by pure chance that she meets him again whilst working on some business, but that chance encounter causes both their lives to change when they peek in on something they shouldn’t have.
Posted by Nicole Gestalt ::
2:52 PM ::
Pure Sin is an interesting book. Although it does have some BDSM elements to it the protagonists are both brand new to the whole idea and therefore don’t participate in anymore then some restraining and some Dominance and submission. The authors have created an interesting idea and some wonderful characters that will remain in the memories of the readers. The story line has a good pace to it, and as a reader I found it interesting to see the two main characters changing as people and becoming more aware of the things they wanted from a relationship. This isn’t a BDSM book for people who are more used to the scene, rather it is a book more for those who are dipping their toes in the water and want to know what its about.
Overall I found this book quite easy to read, the flow is consistent and I did sympathise with the characters. I was a little disappointed that the authors didn’t explore the world of BDSM more but by exploring the different feelings of the characters they have created an intriguing book and one that I would recommend to people who are unused to BDSM and everything that it encompasses.
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