From the beginning to the very end Embracing My Submission was magnificently written. I couldn’t stop reading it until it was done.
Emerald has always known that she was a submissive. She has been looking for the Dom/Master that fits her. She has gotten to the point in her life where she is starting to question if she truly is a submissive and if she will ever find her “one”. All of her friends say that it takes time. But she is completely tired of waiting.
Mika has always wanted Emerald, since he first laid eyes on her. The problem is that she reminds him of his other submissive, who has passed away. He feels that he does not deserve to find another sub that fits him. He only thinks that he was destined to find one perfect sub for him.
In the book something horrible happened to Emerald that made Mika realize that he cannot keep his feelings hidden any longer. He however made her feel like she was not worthy of him. There was a bunch of miscommunication going on between them. But when something happens their eyes opened.
I love how the characters were in love with each other but they had real problems before they admitted it. I was completely blown away with the way the author described every sexual encounter that went on. It completely made me want to see it in person.
I am definitely going to see what else Jenna Jacob has written so that I can read more of her writings.
Haunted for years by dreams of a savage, amber eyed Dominant with lips so enticing my soul ached in frustration and lust. None of the Dominants at Genesis, my local BDSM club ever stirred me in such blistering ways. While I tried to fill my submissive desires vicariously through interactions at the club, I attempted to convince myself it was enough. But it wasn’t. My dream Dom made certain I hungered for more.
Forced beyond what I could bear, my passion and frustration exploded. I threw in the towel, determined to stop chasing a dream and gave up completely on finding submissive surrender. But fate intervened when two gunshots split the night. Forced to confront my desires and insecurities, I was shocked to realize that my dreams may have held a deeper meaning. Were they compelling me to finally embrace my submission?
This is the authors debut title.