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Contemporary
Edge of Sweetness
By Chrissy Dionne
Sep 4, 2006 - 9:05:00 AM

Ben doesn’t believe in fate or love at first sight. He’s a sought-after Dom who enjoys one or two night encounters but never becomes emotionally involved. A chance passing with a mystery woman on a city street etches her scent in his mind and a need in his soul until they once again cross paths six months later.

Savannah may appear to be on the prowl but Ben had sensed something special about her when their eyes had met in passing six months ago. Unexpectedly, they meet again in a hotel bar and she struggles to hide her vulnerability and fears. It’s a smokescreen that Ben’s experience as a Dom allows him to see through.

Both Ben and Savannah live in communities outside of the city. Ben got a hotel room because he was supposed to be meeting with a woman who was interested in venturing into the BDSM world, but she’d changed her mind at the last minute. Savannah has her own reasons for renting a hotel room when she lives only twenty minutes outside of the city. Once she agrees to spend the night in his room which is even better because he’d brought the tools of his BDSM lifestyle with him. He’ll soon learn that Savannah is a submissive who has never been given the opportunity to experience her fondest desires . . . until now.

Anya Bast’s EDGE OF SWEETNESS is a thrilling BDSM story full of heart and hope. At only forty-five pages, this is a quickie that won’t keep you up all night reading but will sure help contribute to any delightfully wicked dreams you might have. I found it extremely easy to sympathize with Savannah. She’s spent years suppressing her need to be dominated because of the expectations of those around her. Ben is absolutely delectable. He’s sexy, powerful, with just a hint of vulnerability. Ms. Bast is a fabulous storyteller and I’ve learned to be on the lookout for anything written by her. This is a perfect read when you want something HOT but don’t have a whole lot of time to read.



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