Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Comfort Object, by Annabel Joseph

Description from Amazon.com:

Nell, an out-of-work professional submissive, is desperate to find a job when she meets handsome film star Jeremy Gray at the restaurant where she works. He says he needs a personal assistant, but the work contract he shows her details not organizational duties, but sexual ones. Jobless and homeless, Nell agrees to work for him anyway, on the promise that he will pay for her to finish her college degree when her stint as his “assistant” is complete.

The start of their formal Dom/sub relationship is rocky, but they soon fall into a mutually satisfying, highly sexual routine. They play vanilla boyfriend and girlfriend in public, while Jeremy uses Nell as his kinky comfort object behind the scenes. Then a stalker threatens their secret lifestyle, and their contract may not be strong enough to hold them together.

Amazon lists this book as being available in Kindle and paperback format.  I read it on my Kindle.

Wow.  Just, wow.  Annabel Joseph is my new favourite author of all time (sorry, Jodi Picoult).  The story itself is fairly incidental, but that's to be expected.  The sex scenes are hooooooot!!!  And the dynamic between D and s was just gorgeous.  I even wanted to pass this one to my boyfriend just so we could discuss it (but he takes forever to read even short books, and he's not taking my Kindle for that long :P)

I won't even tell you what about this book was amazing - I personally liked everything about it.  Before I had even finished it, I was on Amazon wishlisting everything else Joseph had written.


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