Emerald Dungeon

A story in the 1-800-DOM-help series.

Dana has come to Ireland to fill in with the castle's musical troupe while the regular harpist is on leave. Here she meets Jack and her life changes. Will it be for the better or will she return home with just her memories?

Emerald Dungeon is not only a hot read but it is also a sweet romance. I loved watching Jack and Dana's relationship build. The attraction is there right from the start and it doesn't take much for these two to get things started. Jack is a good man who loves with all his heart and even though he may be afraid to open it again he gives in to his feelings for Dana. She is a strong woman who finds herself discovering new feelings and wants and is more than ready to explore. I enjoyed seeing Dana realize her wants and trust in Jack enough to show her the way into a new lifestyle. The two make a good couple always willing to give the other what they need.

This story is fast paced and has well developed characters that are full of emotion. I enjoyed watching love make its appearance and hoped that it was there to stay. Kathy Kulig did a great job of pulling me into the story and I will certainly be looking for more from this author in the future.

Book Blurb for Emerald Dungeon

Dana’s summer job as a musician in an Irish castle takes an adventurous turn after she witnesses a BDSM scene in the dungeon, and her submissive side awakens. Jack is a sexy Dominant who recognizes the sub smoldering beneath her demure exterior. His skillful commands take Dana beyond her darkest erotic fantasies.

Whips, restraints and increasing levels of pain heighten her passion, but complete surrender and ecstasy are out of her reach. Secrets and strange events around the castle only add to the couple’s troubles. Will a summer affair be enough to find what they both need? The appearance of a mysterious business card may help guide them. If Dana can accept Jack with complete trust and surrender, then ultimate pleasure and true love are possible. 

Night Owl Reviews May, 2011 4.00