Monday, June 18, 2012

Undone Rebel by Lila Dubois

Book one in the Undone Lovers series.

When amateur fetish model and rockabilly princess Adelita “Addie” Sanchez is asked to model for an instructional BDSM book, she turns the offer down—she’s not a porn star. Then she meets the three male Dominants behind the project, including Lane Therres, who convinces her the book is more art than porn, and she’ll be safe in his hands.

The rules of the photo sessions are clear—there’s no sex, and Addie can call a halt to anything she’s uncomfortable with. But self-reliant, strong-willed Addie doesn’t count on liking what the powerful Doms do to her body with their ropes, chains and toys. Enjoying Emory’s touch after falling for Lane, Addie turns away from both men, scared of what they’re making her feel. She’s worried that a relationship built on a BDSM contract can never be anything but whips and chains.

Lane will exchange Dom leather for shining armor to prove to his rockabilly princess that even the most gallant knights sometimes prefer dungeons.

A Romantica® erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave


What I Liked:

This book had some snappy dialogue and action to boot.  Addie is a girl who knows what she wants, or so she thinks. When she takes a modeling job for a new BDSM book, she soon finds out that there will be more to the job than a few flashbulbs and photo shoots. From the second Lane begins to train her in the fine art of BDSM, I was hooked just as much as Addie was.

The other interesting part about this book was the different approaches by different styles of Doms. You have a Dom who focuses on the overall aspects of BDSM and then you have another who really hones in on specific scenes designed to make the most impact on the sub involved. In the next book in the series, I am hoping to meet yet another style.

What I Didn't:

Not a thing.



This book held my interest and I had to sneak off to read whenever I could, just to see what techniques were used on Addie. If you want something with a bit of flair, give this book a try. I think you will enjoy Lila Dubois' writing style. I know I did. The Taboo line at Ellora's Cave is full of fun reads that delve into the BDSM lifestyle and all of the ones I have read so far are quality books that keep me wanting to explore more by their authors.

I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest

1 comment:

  1. I liked this too! Her rockabilly style is what captured my attention but the story really was great!


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