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The main character Jill Marten, a recent divorcee, runs into a childhood friend, Jessie, at a high school reunion.
They invite her to be a third person in their relationship; a submissive. Estimated delivery business days. It seems like it would be a lot of pressure on the Dom. Actually, somewhere between 3.
Everything is seen through Jill’s eyes and I think this helped me to really connect with her and experience everything with her on her journey to find ‘her place in the world’.
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Which begs the question, how does one become so enslaved becooming they lose My own prejudices aside, this was a good book. First off, let me assure you that the cover is exasperatingly misleading.
Don’t get me wrong, sex is mentioned, but the novel is a well-written 1st-person narrative of one woman’s journey into discovering what she wants and needs out of life. I really look forward to this series continuing, and seeing how the happy threesome navigate their world. Once she opens the door to a life she never imagined, a peek through the keyhole is no longer enough, and she must learn what it means to become sage.
Becoming Sage Kasi Alexander April 12, She had no idea that running into her old becomingg, Jessie, would unlock a whole new world. I really enjoyed the story Once she opens the door to a life she never imagined, a peek through the keyhole is no longer enough, and she must learn what it means to become sage.
When Rune and sunni alexanfer Jill to be a part of their family, Jill begins her journey into submission, bondage, and polyamory, even as she questions everything that she has been taught about love and relationships. In some books, it would have been made a conclusion that all dynamics needs opposites, differences in personalities, that one female should be one type and the other should be the other type, this story is more mature than that.
Apr 17, Elizabeth Ann rated it it was amazing. The book is written in the first-person point of view from the perspective of Jill who now goes by the name of sage.
But is it man, animal, or monster? It was different and it would definitely give the reader a more realistic insight to BDSM. What made this story even more intriguing was including polyamory to it and watching three people navigate the relationship.
Other than my own, I sagge I haven’t and I loved being able to witness the dynamics of sage, sunni’s and Sir’s as they negotiated theirs. Two young Canadians had been on their way to New York City to sell a treasure.
Part of The Keyhole Series. The stories chronicle the way they came together and how they deal with the realities of being kinky and polyamorous in a world that doesn’t understand their lifestyle.
Written from her point of view, I loved being beccoming to watch how she processed everything and how she reasoned things out. The fact that the story was written by a bevoming of the polyamory lifestyle led me to want to read this story in hopes of separating gloriously erotic fiction from the real deal.
Web, Tablet, Phone, eReader. From Kasi Alexander, author of Becoming Sage comes a peek into sunni’s first experience in the kinky lifestyle.
No trivia or quizzes yet. May 06, happyinblue rated it really liked it. Her discoveries are so much more than sexual, and the tale becomes more of an experience, than a read. Alexander lures you into the world of polyamory and BDSM so smoothly you almost don’t see it happening until you’re already hooked.
She had no idea that running into her old friend, Jessie, would unlock a whole new world. Jill has recently divorced. I have been fortunate enough to read this already and it is a fantastic and realistic story. While I would have liked even more details about how the participants were going to handle routine matters like finances and future security, and occasionally felt like the book was hitting me over the head with moralizing about the nature of the relationship, I generally only have positive things to say about this one.
I find myself a little speechless and in awe. What I didn’t like in the book– is based purely on my own social mores.