Lose yourself in a book like no other, in this new, ground-breaking, erotic romantic series by Dominique D. DuBois.Ruby Evelyn Sweet has some deep, dark secrets she's been harboring for far too long. As such, they've begun eating away at her soul. Having recently resorted to more debilitating forms of self-abuse, and after going through her latest (and final) therapist, shLose yourself in a book like no other, in this new, ground-breaking, erotic romantic series by Dominique D. DuBois.Ruby Evelyn Sweet has some deep, dark secrets she's been harboring for far too long. As such, they've begun eating away at her soul. Having recently resorted to more debilitating forms of self-abuse, and after going through her latest (and final) therapist, she finally realizes that she'll need to make a jarring, and possibly dangerous transformation within her life, if she ever wants to save it.Enter Adam Cowell Bishop, a mysterious man with a bevy of his own secrets, and a buried and brutal history. He’s also sporting a shocking scar on his face with the power to invariably make any other woman run far away. But Ruby is not just any other woman. She's a woman with certain needs; primarily, the need for a strong, merciless man to punish and pleasure her body and mind so thoroughly, the relentless need to harm herself will fade blissfully away. In order for him to rescue her from the terrifying abyss, however, she soon finds out that she must submit herself fully to his beautiful agony; the torturous, ecstatic torment that he inflicts upon her day after day.Her only hope? That in the end, so doing, will somehow save her soul.But... will Adam have time enough to help her regain her humanity before his dark past comes back to claim him?Find out what happens when the two begin their sexual odyssey and the sparks immediately start to fly; sparks so searingly combustible, they’re in danger of scorching both of their lives to cinders amidst the resulting eruption.***BDSM writing is not for everyone, and this story in particular deals with people suffering with internal doubts, conflict, and problems regarding self-worth. The main female character is also involved in substance abuse, and mild self-mutilation as a way to relieve her pain. And both subjects have dark, destructive, damaging pasts that might be disturbing for those seeking a light-hearted romance. Please be sure that you are comfortable with the subject matter described before you begin this gut-wrenching and totally immersing story of two people, drowning amidst the events of their lives, and forging onwards amidst one of the most unique and intriguing love stories of all time.**This novella contains adult themes, and as such, it may include (but is not limited to); explicit sex, bondage, choking, some mild "rape" themes/fantasies, forced oral sex, submission/domination, and basic S & M. If any of these subject matters offend you, please refrain from purchasing this book. This story involves adults (over 18 years of age), and is intended to be read only by those 18 years of age and older, too. It is in NO WAY authorized to be read by minors. Please refrain from purchasing it unless you are legally able to do so by law. Thank you for your compliance.**...
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Beautiful Agony Reviews
***3.5 kinky stars***Before I go further, I want to address the warning at the beginning of the book, which really pissed me off.If you do purchase this selection and then later decide that these stories are too risqué for your tastes, then please do not leave poor or negative feedback for author (...)What the goddamn fuck? The nerve of some authors. Where do they get the audacity to tell readers how to review. A feedback to the author? I didn't know I owed the author something. I write reviews for me and my friends, to express my thoughts about the book, or/and start a conversation with my friends about it. If an author stumbles on my review and finds it helpful, that's great, but my review are not intended to be feedback to authors.Thanks for the definition btw, explaining the difference between rape and BDSM. But the book warning is worth shit, because you don't know how the things the author is warning about plays out in the book and will affect the reader. Some might still buy and read the book, thinking they can handle it, but later finds out it wasn't for them. Plus, not everyone reads free book samples on Amazon. So again, where do you get the nerve to tell people what to do?I'm not going to be a bitch about it and will not downrate the book because of the warning. Lucky for the author, I'm in a good mood today. I could've easily one-star this book, simply for that little stunt at the beginning of the book and it would've been well justified.*** The book was actually pretty decent. I've read couple of stories by this author before and regardless of the tasteless book covers, she writes well. And it's not porn as her book covers imply. As short as the stories are, they have a good plot. This story is indeed a risqué, as the author herself put it, but characters didn't jump into down and dirty from the first page. There is a good amount of character introduction before they take their clothes off. My only problem with this book was the ending, because there was none. There was simply a comma at the end of the sentence and that was that. I know it's hard to round the story up when it's so short, but ending is needed, even though there are a sequel. Anyone who knows me, know that I'm a fan of cliffhangers. But I hate when the story ends and I feel like there is a page or two that's missing. So, I'm taking away 1.5 stars for the story not having an ending. Yeah, yeah, there is another installment where the story continues, but this ending felt like when you Skype with someone and screen freezes mid sentence. I'm not downrating the book because of the pornish book cover, but it amazes me how an author, who writes this good, could have such a bad taste for book cover art. But then again, art is subjective.