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Friday, September 3, 2010

Minding Mistress by Cooper McKenzie

Minding Mistress (Club Esoteria 3) by Cooper McKenzie
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (76 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F, M/F/M, Ménage, Anal Play, Fetish, toys
Rating: 4.5 cherries
Reviewed by Mistletoe

Jenna Carter opened Club Esoteria, never dreaming it would become the hottest sex club in the state. When her slave/mate Antony receives orders for an extended overseas tour of duty with the Coast Guard, he decides to bring a new member into their little family.

Gentry Michaels had never had good luck with women because he wanted the same thing they did: a stronger, more dominant partner to tell him what to do. When Antony invites him to test drive life as a submissive, Gentry finds he can’t say no.

During an intense weekend of BDSM fun and games, Gentry and Jenna decide that Antony had the right idea in bringing the three of them together. But when the weekend is over and real life intrudes, will Gentry be able to give up his vanilla life for one of Minding Mistress?

This quick read is full of depth and emotion. When Antony invites his best friend home and into his and Jenna’s little family the sparks fly. Seeing the submissive side in Gentry assures Antony that he is the one that he is looking for, the one to help Jenna while he is serving his tour of duty overseas.

Jenna is a strong and fair Domme and the love of her life, Antony, may be her submissive but he can stand on his own two feet as well. Gentry is a loving but confused man. He loves to make women happy and to serve them but all his life he has been told to be the strong one, the one in control. As Jenna and Antony share not only their love, but also their understanding with Gentry, he begins to finally feel acceptance and belonging. The three fall into an easy routine the weekend that Gentry comes to stay - but can he find the love that he longs for with Jenna and Antony, or will he run away scared?

Once again Cooper McKenzie gives the reader a wonderful story. I have read, and enjoyed, all of the stories in this series. As hot as this story is, the love that these three share shines right off of the pages. It was also a nice touch seeing glimpses of the other characters from the series. Well written and full of depth, this is a book that should not be missed. Although this is part of a series you can read it alone - but beware: reading this book will send you in search of the others in the series. I know this reader is eagerly awaiting the next installment in this series.

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