After her longtime boyfriend dumps her, Kristy craves a change in her life. Her best friend, Sherry, is into the BDSM scene, and on a whim and a bet, Kristy finds herself in the playroom at an exclusive club. A disguised Dom named Master Jay uses sensation play and a piece of silk to help her discover the world of kink. She finds it enjoyable and addictive, but what she doesn’t know is that Master Jay is really Jake, a much younger man to whom she’s strongly attracted.
For the past couple of years, Jake quietly watched Kristy in his gym. He doesn’t care that she’s older than him; he wants her. When the virgin BDSM sub he’s hired to train ends up being Kristy, Jake almost falls apart. During the scene they play at the club, he fantasizes about getting her into restraints in his own playroom. But Kristy is shocked when she learns that the two men she desires are one and the same. Can Kristy who’s led a vanilla sex life, and Jake, who knows nothing but kink, find a future together?
I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Silken Edge. It was sweet and sexy. Jake and Kristy both grow throughout the book. That was a great part of reading their story. They were open to new things, admitted that life isn’t always black and white were definitely open to the adventure. There is some steam and there certainly is kink involved. This is a great story for people who want more of the relationship with a little bit of the steam. A fantastic story to clear my head , relax and enjoy that put me back in touch with my kindle and wanting to read again.
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More than anything Laci enjoys spending time with her family. She and her husband support their teenage children in everything they do. Laci enjoys the outdoors, travel, and of course reading and writing (and chocolate). Their family lives in Hampton Roads, Virginia where her adult muse wakes up late at night. Sign up for Laci’s newsletter, and receive her first Silken eBook FREE – https://about.me/lacipaige
A note from the author:
BDSM is variable; it’s not black and white, it’s not always deep and dark. It’s whatever the participants want it to be, it’s individual, and there is no “right” way to do it – as long as it’s SSC (safe/sane/consensual). On that note, my Silken series is meant for those interested more in the people and the relationships than the kink. The novels are light on the kink & BDSM and were meant to be that way for a specific group of readers.
I’ve done my research and have been to clubs, private play parties, demonstrations, forums, workshops, conventions, and conferences on the subject of kink/BDSM.
Don’t let what you think you know about the lifestyle, or what you’ve read in novels, affect your thoughts on the subject. Be open-minded.
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