06 Feb '11

A Nix BDSM Review : Bridget Midway – Love My Way (5 Stars)

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Love My Way by Bridget Midway
Published by Phaze Books on 2008-11-01
Genres: BDSM, Erotica
Pages: 308
Format: eBook
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BDSM Dominant, Eagan Morton, is in search of a new submissive via a reality TV show, Love My Way. Bent on revenge, Ananda Zelder participates. Will love dominate or will they submit to outside pressures?

I got this book as part of the 12 days of christmas from all romance. I dont know what I was expecting but it wasn’t this! The book is based around a reality TV show called “love my way” where Master Eagan searches for his perfect submissive. I really dont think the television censors in the UK would have passed it but wow I think it would have created quite an audience if it got aired!

Anader participates in the show purely in an attempt to humilate Eagan in revenge for a less than flattering asessment of her dancing at an audition. As they are all wearing masks for the entirity of the show he has no idea. Determined to win she throws herself into the world of BDSM, along with 12 other girls, to participate in several “challenges” to prove to Eagan that she is willing to submit to him completely.One by one the participants are eliminated as they fail to impress Eagan during the challenges because, as he admits freely throughout the story, although to TV viewers this is just a game, the outcome to him is serious.

This was a novel concept that is very well written. It is BDSM-lite (chains, wax play, some spanking etc) with no scenes that will completely offend anyone who is only curious in this genre. Eagan is fab…completely dreamy dom! Anader begins the book as a bit of a brat but as she gets more into the competition (and more into Eagan) she grew on me ten fold. I loved the fact that Eagan tries to be completely unbiased throughout the competition but can’t help secretly hoping that Anander wins. The other characters were well written and enjoyable! They are completely secondary until a very random bit where one of the minor characters suddenly becomes very important (I did get a little confused as the writer suddenly seemed to decide that the competition was a little one-sided and big up another character) The ending was lovely..a perfect end to this book!

All in all a good book!

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