Review & Contest: Sorority Saint: Domination and Dance Collide by Daizie Draper

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Sorority Saint: Domination and Dance Collide by Daizie Draper
Release Date: February 14, 2016
Publisher: Pink Cocktail Publishing
File Size: 671 KB
Source: book provided by the author for review



NOTE FROM THE DOM, JASON DELANEY: I know I’m sexy. It’s why they come to me, hunt me down, beg so sweetly. Be my pirate. Be my daddy. Be my prince. For some reason, she doesn’t beg, even though she kinda sorta wants to—Shayna, that self-righteous, prissy little saint with ballerina grace. After I tend to the sorority girl when she’s mugged at the BDSM club where I’m a House Dom, she agrees to dance in my jazz-rock video in exchange for me teaching her the ins and outs of Dominance and submission that she’s oh-so curious about. Oh, I’ll teach her all right. But I wanna tick her off first. Her fury’s just as sexy as her splits. She fights me, goes toe-to-toe, gets hot, but she lets the angel on her shoulder govern her every move and keep her from knowing erotic bliss. I just know a naughty devil’s in there. And I’m gonna free hers, then tie it up and spank it and drive it wild with savage lust so it has the drive to duke it out with the haloed thrill-robber who’s held the victor’s belt for way too long. My money’s on the bad girl.

Will I go to Hell for corrupting a saint? Don’t know. But after she dove into her panties and showed me those glossy fingers upon command when she should’ve slapped me instead, I’d gladly take on any inferno to find out just how naughty and subalicious she truly is. And I will, provided we don’t kill each other first with our verbal daggers or gropey hands.


Review: The temptation is almost more than Dom Jason Delaney can resist. Shayna is new to the BDSM scene. While she has a basic idea of what she is looking for, Jason is ready to show the feisty young girl what the lifestyle is all about.

In Sorority Saint: Domination and Dance Collide, author Daizie Draper introduces two characters who give new meaning to verbal warfare. There’s nothing Jason likes better than to push Shayna’s buttons, but she’s too inexperienced to enjoy the process.

The basic premise centers around an agreement between the two. Jason agrees to teach Shayna about BDSM if she will dance in his music video. What ensues is a fiery exchange as Shayna lets her naughty side come out to play.

While the concept sounded good, I found myself struggling to bond with the characters. I found Shayna to be somewhat annoying, especially with her conversations with Jason. Although this is definitely an erotic story, the heat level seemed a  bit forced and unnatural. As a result, the story seemed somewhat superficial without a fully developed storyline.

I didn’t feel that Jason was able to fully shine as a Dom. His comments didn’t quite mesh with the portrayal of his character, which detracted from his performance. My expectation for a naughty read was fulfilled, but more practical dialog would have been welcomed.







Author Bio

Daizie Draper is a happily married sex fiend, who loves to write naughty stories that mix the sweetness of chocolate with the bite of leather. She likes sensuality, kink, fruit, impressionistic art, spanking and beauty. She hates big bugs, freedom crushers, injustice, artificial orange and onions. Along with 27 other people in the world, she has never read Fifty Shades of Grey. Her other works include Sorority Pledge SagaUnlocking the BillionaireRock Candy, Christmas on the Run and Nothing But Trouble.
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