Bound to the Billionaire

Sierra Cartwright; Desiree Holt; Natalie Dae; Justine Elyot; Wendi Zwaduk; Amy Valenti
Bound to the Billionaire
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Release Date
November 2012
BDSM, Erotic Romance

A collection of stories by the following authors:

Bared to Him by Sierra Cartwright
Made for Him by Desiree Holt
Waiting for Him by Natalie Dae
Come to Him by Justine Elyot
Play to Him by Wendi Zwaduk
Die for Him by Amy Valenti

Reader Advisory: This book contains a heroine who won't submit for the first time unless her billionaire proves he can control her, rough sex, nipple clamps and the devious use of a vibrator. There are also scenes of violence unrelated to the kinky fun.

Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Jan 31, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
246 people found the following review helpful
Sugar Daddies and BDSM mixed together is a lovely hot fantasy for any woman. Six sexy stories are featured in this collection. Each one is hot with a dream fantasy Dom. The BDSM is kinky fun. With the filthy rich men, this is definitely categorized as Glitterkink.

Perhaps this is a response to the recently popular erotic book on everyone's lips. For anyone who enjoyed that book, this is a must read book. In BOUND BY THE BILLIONAIRE, the BDSM scenes are hot and realistic. The relationships between the Dom and the submissive are healthy. There are no mental illnesses or abusive past which is much appreciated. Sure there are unrealistic billionaire mingling with common women, but really, given a choice, what woman doesn't want to be carried away by a rich white knight in shining armor?

The authors all do a great job in showing sexy play scenes. Each author creates characters that are enjoyable to read about. It's also nice to read the females aren't some doormat just waiting for a man to fix their life. Instead, each of these women is independent. They are interested in exploring their sexuality with an experienced Dom.

The one which was a bit too close for comfort is Ms. Dae's example of a submissive who isn't able to use her safeword. John does an excellent job to help her trust him and let go. I can sympathize with Shara in the inability to use a safeword even when I should.

Ms. Elyot's story, Come To Him, is one that makes a person think a bit. Selling sexual submission for a month to fund a women's study PhD research doesn't go as Erin plans. This one brings up a couple of points which many wonder about submissives. Ms. Elyot resolves it in a believable manner even if she leaves the reader lusting for more.

This romance anthology is recommended to kinky readers who enjoy a fantasy Dom.
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