Review: Bound with Pearls by Sidney Bristol

Bound with Pearls by Sidney Bristol
Release Date: December 12, 2012
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave Publishing
Pages: 164
Source:  book provided by the publisher for review

The last thing Christine wants to do is another favor for her sister, but Lucy always gets what she wants. This time it’s Chris playing sub to a demanding Dom. Their relationship begins with a power exchange and progresses to time spent between the sheets. Now emotions are getting complicated and the Dom isn’t just a hunky guy in black.

Daniel’s expectations are turned upside down when he meets Chris. She’s more than a well-trained submissive. She’s a woman with a body he wants to memorize. He’s willing to spend as much time as it takes to learn her, because she might be his match and his muse. He’ll make her come so hard he’s imprinted on every inch, and then he’ll offer her the most precious thing he can, himself.

 

Review: Bound with Pearls is the first book in a series by Sidney Bristol. I chose this book because the summery sparked my interest. I have read one of Sidney Bristol’s other books and loved it.

Christine is a unattached sub that is no longer in the scene because she does not want to compete with her sister. Her sister Lucy who tries to one up anything that Christine does.

Daniel won a night with a sub in a poker game. The original sub was to be Lucy but she traded her sister in her place. Daniel is hot and sexy Dom. He is attracted to Christine at first sight.

I loved how brave Christine is. I do not think I could do what she does. I could never agree to submit to a man I have never met before. That takes guts that not many have.

The chemistry between Christine and Daniel is off the charts. The sex scenes are very hot and spicy. Christine and Daniel are very compatible in and out of the bedroom. They were very realistic characters. There was enough back-story to make them believable.

In the end I would have loved it if Christine stood up to her sister more. I wish she got what she deserved. Overall, this was a great story. I would love it if the author revisits Christine and Daniel in the future. I would love if the author also tells the story of Lucy. There is so many stories that are just waiting to be told. I cannot wait for the next book in the series.

 

Melissa sig