Review: Bound by Jason Walker

Bound by Jason Walker
Release Date:  May 28, 2014
Publisher:  Luminosity Publishing LLP
Pages:   55
Source: book provided by the publisher for review



A BDSM Relationship can be the most intense of a person’s life and, the most trusting and loving.

Bound by leather, and unable to move, twenty-three-year-old Haley instinctively knows that tonight she and her Dominant Jerrod are about to share something very special.

With her sexual anticipation mounting by the second, her mind travels back to the first time she met this incredible sexual being. To say that Jerrod has changed her life is an understatement, because this most beautiful and charismatic of men has made her truly come alive for the first time.

She loves Jerrod to the point of adoration, and even when she challenges the boundaries he sets for her, he disciplines her with a dominant kindness that often brings her close to tears.

Will Jerrod take their relationship to the next level? And if he does, is Haley willing to be guided by her beautiful Master?


Review:  Bound by Jason Walker is not part of a series that I can find but this story seems almost like a few chapters from a book.  I chose this story after I read the summary.  I wanted to know how this book turned out.

Haley is a young submissive at twenty-three.  She has found the Dom of her dreams.  Moreover, is obvious that she loves him no matter how much she tests him.  Jerrod is a Dom and he loves his sub.  He seems to balance being a strict, kind and manages to push Haley’s boundaries as well.

The connection between Jerrod and Haley is intense.  It’s apparent from the beginning of the story that she is head over heels in love with him and will do whatever he wants and try whatever he wants.  However, she does push and challenge him just as he challenges her.   The sex scenes was smoldering.

This book is very well written with a believable plot.  This story seemed to be a portion of a larger story.  There were no secondary characters just the two main characters. At 55 pages long, the ending of the story was a bit predictable but considering the overall length of the story, it was expected.  This was a great story.


Melissa sig