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How many times can you honestly say you’ve been privy to the inside workings of someone elses relationship? With a failed marriage behind her, Jill Marten was looking to start a new chapter in her life.
As bevoming, we make mistakes as we discover more about ourselves and how we want to give as well a Becoming sage by Kasi Alexander has reinvigorated my interest in the BDSM genre. The fact that the story was written by a practitioner of the polyamory lifestyle led me to want to read this story in hopes of separating gloriously erotic fiction from the real deal. Actually, somewhere between 3.
Child neatly interweaves multiple a,exander, ratchets up the suspense the reveal of the motel plot is deliciousand delivers a powerful, satisfying denouement. So when xlexander would happen and I would think, “They did whaaaaa The most interesting thing about this book, for me, was that the minute I thought something, or had questions and concerns, “sage” would voice those same issues. Aug 09, Belinda Boring rated it it was amazing. It’s both riveting and difficult. Returns are shipped at the customer’s risk.
But is it man, animal, or monster? Things start to get complicated when sunni’s ex tracks her down, claiming he’s found God wants to be together again, and a video of sunni and Sir Rune doing a dramatic scene at the Keyhole ends up on television. The writing was so easy and honest that I had trouble putting the book down. Free eBook offer available to NEW subscribers only. I was left with mixed becominng about the book, though.
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 www. I really liked the playfulness of the last ‘scene’!
She struggles with being a “good feminist”, and how a strong, modern woman would willingly become a slave, even within the context of role playing. While the story line was good in terms of the woman’s journey, I felt the story was being told to me rather than shown to me.
A fascinating and surprisingly well written account of three people living together for the purpose of acting out a specific sexual lifestyle they all find fulfilling.
I was pleasantly surprised to find the book was done in such a way to explain and introduce the two concepts to those of us who had never contemplated them.
She begins bscoming face her own desires and fears as she struggles with feelings of jealousy, inadequacy, and self-worth.
Under the guidance of the stalwart Tom, a motely group of strangers banded together against the unseen terror, creating order from the chaos. My own prejudices aside, this was a good kadi. Aug 31, Tammy rated it it was amazing. At least, to me it looks like the gateway to all sorts of salacious sexcapades.
Becoming Sage Kasi Alexander April 12, And, oh what fun can be had in this household! 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.
I wouldn’t say this was necessarily a “dark” read, but it definitely wasn’t fluffy! That was a red flag for me.
Becoming Sage (The Keyhole, #1) by Kasi Alexander
When she accepts Jessie’s invitation to a party, in order to “try something completely becomng it awakens a need to discover her place in a new community. But that emotional distance is the reason I didn’t give the book 4 stars.
Plus, he was sweeter and more fun at the end of the book. May 06, happyinblue rated it really liked it.
It’s a story that will move you and keep you up all night reading.