He wants her submission, she wants a story—the collision of their desires is explosive.
Serena Davies is on a mission—to write an exposé on the BDSM scene and in particular about the infamous BDSM club, Club Erebus. Little does Serena anticipate that her undercover mission will not only lead her deep into the BDSM scene but into the path of Dominant Aaron Blue, who will awaken in her previously unexplored dark and erotic desires.
When Aaron sees Serena enter Club Erebus he recognises that she is a natural submissive and vows that he will have her. He proposes to show Serena the BDSM scene and be her protector while she explores her darker urges on the stipulation that he will become her Dom.
Serena agrees to Aaron’s proposal and finds herself immersed in a world where pleasure and pain are one, a world that ignites in her a desire and need to be dominated and arouses in her an unexplored sexuality.
Serena fears that Aaron will discover her true agenda for visiting Club Erebus and if that happens, she worries that no punishment would be severe enough to satisfy him.
Review: Serena’s Submission by Jasmine Hill is not part of a series but I would love to see these characters again. I chose this book because I find it interesting concept that a journalist wants to write a story only to fall for a Dom. This has the making for a movie.
Serena Davies is a journalist looking to write a story on Club Erebus a BDSM club. She is very green about the lifestyle and when the club Dom takes an interest in her she falls for him. Aaron sees in Serena what she does not see in herself, that she is a natural submissive. Aaron is a hot and sexy Dom who only has eyes for Serena.
The chemistry between Aaron and Serena is blazing. The sex scenes were sizzling hot. The more time that Serena spends with Aaron the more they fall for each other. Serena is open to exploring as long as Aaron is by her side.
I loved this book and would have loved it if is was longer than its 45 pages. I found this book to be well written. Ms. Hill writing style drew me into the story and I had a hard time putting this book down. On a cold winter night, this book can heat you up. The main and secondary characters were interesting and realistic. Overall, I enjoyed this book more than I expected too.