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The Secret She Keeps

(David's House #2)

3.45  ·  Rating details ·  33 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Tessa Aden has it all...a great job, good friends, and a fantastic boyfriend. She just has one problem, she's never had an orgasm during sex. When Zac misinterprets an Instant Message from a friend as a complaint about his technique in the bedroom, she'd rather let him walk away than admit her dark desires.
Fearing she wouldn't understand his dominant nature, Zac Shandler g
ebook, 54 pages
Published September 2008 by The Wild Rose Press
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This shortie deals with the main issue of EVERY couple in the world: Honesty.

Tessa is keeping a (very important) secret from her loved one, Zac. She hasn't been able to have an orgasm with ANY man in her life, and though she KNOWS exactly which is the reason, she won't tell for fear she'll be rejected. U_U. I hate vulnerability. Seriously.

Almost every book I've read goes along with this plot: "Honesty as a last resort" when it SHOULDN'T be that way! That's why people always have all these inconv
Aug 07, 2010 rated it liked it
I liked the plot of this one, although there were no surprises and it wasn't particualrly interesting. I just like the fact that there are these two people who are sort of destined to collide with each other.

This is a nice, quick short steamer. What more can I say?

I have read a few BDSM books in my day, one thing that annoys me is that the people in different roles are always protrayed the same way. For example, a lot of Dominant people are portrayed as all knowing. This series is no different.
Dec 07, 2011 rated it liked it
Communication is essential to any relationship as this novella illustrates. While I get that both characters have been hurt before by expressing their sexual needs, I was frustrated by this book and all the others like it that depend on misunderstandings, mistaken suppositions and missed cues to drive a story this thin in character development. So much missed potential with this book and this whole series which frustrates me to no end.
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