Author: Anastasia Vitsky
Publisher: Self Published
Cover Artist: Unknown
Rating: 3.5 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 07/01/2015
Length: Novella (~ 15K-50K)
Genre: BDSM, Contemporary, Lesbian, Taboo
Thou shalt have no other Mistresses before me.
When traveling abroad to visit clients, professional Domme Trinity Maddox loses her passport and her job. She has no one to ask for help but Graciela Fairbanks, her former lover and Domme who threw her out for cheating ten years ago.
Graciela tries to forgive, but old hurts and arguments arise on both sides. Trinity is grateful for a second chance with the woman who first taught her about love and submission, but she resents Gracie’s assumption they will return to their old roles. Gracie demands obedience; Trinity needs assurances of love.
Can Trinity let go of her pride to accept Graciela’s forgiveness? Or is submission too high of a price to pay for happiness?
This book is a follow up to Ms. Vitsky’s Mistress on Her Knees. Graciela is hard at work trying to re-train Trinity without much success. Finally she figures out how to reach the sullen girl and they begin to reconnect. Both women are pretty insecure with each other, neither believing the other wont stay. Its a long hard road for them both before they heal and forgive.
I really enjoyed Mistress on her Knees but I was less than thrilled with this one. It was good, dont misunderstand me. There were parts that I really liked such as watching them them grow as a couple and seeing how they start again. There were also parts that did not seem to fit with the last book. The mistrust and insecurities and harsh punishments… Then there were places that I had trouble with. For example, Graciela lets a man mishandle Trinity and after the abuse she incurred in her youth I can not believe Graciela, as her mistress and protector she would ever hurt Trinity like that. I understand Graciela was desperate but this seems so wrong TO ME.
It was nice to visit this couple again and I am very much looking forward to part three in this adventure.
Thank you Ms. Vitsky.
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