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Identity Crisis by Lila Munro
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May 17, 12

Read from May 16 to 17, 2012

True love knows NO boundaries! Lila wrote an amazingly, hot, erotic story of how a couple came to be and what the husband will go through just to make his wife happy. This book is an excellent example of how the BDSM lifestyle is used to fill a void, satisfy ones craving and bring people together. Even if one is new to the scene. It's also the first book I've read that has two Doms and one Sub instead of the usual two Subs and one Dom. I found it very intriguing!

Tori has been in the scene for many years. She's frequented club Vertigo for that long with her good friend JC. One night she sees a man the stands out of the crowd like a sore thumb. Not even dressed appropriately for the club or the scene. She sees him there more and more and he always has his eyes on her (and only her). He repeats to her that "one day she will be his wife", but she has needs that he cannot satisfy. On a slight turn of events she gives him a chance.

Chad is one rich dude! He has secrets and desires. But what he desires the moment he spots Tori in Vertigo is her and only her. He is not personally into the scene, mainly a voyeur. But is willing to do what it takes to get Tori to be his and keep her happy. He takes some time throughout their relationship to learn and investigate ways to bring Tori what she needs. He arranges training for himself and a surprise for Tori with Ren (a friend that is a Dom in the scene and recently found out about Chad and Tori's arrangement). Ren is intrigued and works with Chad to help him be the Dom Tori needs and more.

Chad is an amazing man to do all he does for Tori. Once all the pieces fall into place there are not just two happy content people, but three as a whole. Complete and one as a unit of three. Loved it!
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