Destined to Play is not exactly what I was expecting. At first, I thought it was just the culture change of literacy difference. Being a US citizen, I rarely get my hands on a book that was written by somebody who’s from the UK or Australia. It wasn’t until I switched on the accent in my mind that I began to fall into the story and ignore the awkward way that my mind was reading it before. If you’re looking for a very kinky Master/Pet relationship, this probably isn’t the book you want to pick up. However, if you want to understand a more scientific view of the brain during intercourse, this one is for you. I was hoping for details that made me want to reach the same pleasurable heights that the characters would in the midst of their play.
Don’t get me wrong, the characters were very well developed, but maybe I’m just too young for this book to completely comprehend the depth of what was happening.
"It's simple. No sight. No questions. Forty-eight hours." An intensely charged erotic journey, perfect for anyone who was seduced by 50 Shades of Grey.
When thirty-seven-year-old psychologist Alexandra Blake leaves her comfortable suburban existence to travel for a series of lectures, she meets up with Dr. Jeremy Quinn, the man who opened her eyes and body to the world in ways she never thought possible. After a few glasses of champagne in his luxurious hotel penthouse, he presents her with an extraordinary proposition. Alexandra knows that they never promise each other something they can't commit to and that he will challenge her every inhibition. But she soon finds herself seduced into a level of surrender—and danger—she could never have imagined.
Destined to Play is the first book in the Avalon Trilogy exploring the intricate relationships between trust and betrayal, desire and love, risk . . . and reward.