Haven of Obedience is one of the most sensuous novels I've read in a while. It's packed with sexual enticement and characters who share deep emotions despite their inhibitions. Most readers will identify with Natalie's doubts about giving up control to receive pleasure, but her journey will become theirs and possibly her viewpoint as well. This book has a fast moving plot. I read it in a few hours because I couldn't put it down.
The book introduces Jan, but we soon find out that she is a secondary character in Haven of Obedience. She is an integral person because she nominates Natalie for two weekends at The Haven. Rule one: tutors and students cannot interact away from the safety of The Haven. Why is it that Natalie seems bent on breaking that rule before she's finished her training? She can't help but wonder if Simon is really as disinterested as he seems. Is wanting what is explicitly forbidden part of keeping control, or giving it up? Follow these two to find out. This book may have you questioning your own sexuality and wishing for your own secret Haven.
Devoured 50 Shades? Now you're ready to enter the Haven of Obedience.
Twenty-something Londoner Natalie Bowen is envied by many, but her personal life is a disaster.
Then she hears about an exclusive weekend retreat called The Haven, a place that specializes in introducing people to pleasures they could never have imagined. Shocked at the idea, but unable to resist finding out more, Natalie decides it's time to put her hears behind her.
Once at The Haven, Natalie meets the enigmatic and disciplined Simon, a man who is used to getting what he wants. And he's decided he wants Natalie...