Perfect Stranger is the 2.5 book in the Perfect Fit series by K.B. Alan. While this book is part of a series, it can be read and enjoyed as a standalone novel with ease.
Dana goes to a BDSM club with the intent to move forward in her life. While she goes in with the intent to watch it quickly turns into something else when she finds out there is an auction that allows her to put her past to rest. Eric is a Dom who is part of the auction because he lost a bet. Eric is quick to understand there are deeper motives behind Dana’s actions and allows her to run the show.
The connection between Eric and Dana is intense. I liked that Eric allowed Dana to have the control she needed because he could see that she needed to do what she was doing. The sex scenes were well done and were integrated into the overall story very well, so the story did not seem like one sex scenes after another.
This book is well written with a unique plot. The main characters were interesting. This is a short story at 43 pages. All the sections of a good story are included. The ending of the story was well done even though it was a bit predictable, but it was expected due to the short story.
Overall, this was a great story.
Dana goes into the BDSM club not quite sure what she needs in order to move forward with her life. When she discovers the club is hosting a charity auction, she makes a desperate plan. If she can secure one of the men being auctioned, maybe she can find the peace that she's been looking for. A stranger with no expectations--it just might work.
Eric agrees to be part of the club's annual charity auction because he's between subs at the moment, and it's for a good cause. He's a Dom used to knowing what a sub needs in a scene with him and how best to provide it. But what happens when the thing a sub needs most is for Eric to drop to his knees at her feet?