Title: Think Kink
Series: Fantasies Explored, 1
Author: Natalie Dae
Publisher: Totally Bound
Genre: MF, BDSM
Publisher's BlurbAnna, Kline, and Jack. Three people who all have the same thing in mind - ultimate pleasure and a night they won't forget.
Anna has longed for a third person to join herself and her permanent lover, Kline, on their monthly trysts at a New York City hotel. Kline always takes control on these evenings, calling the shots and only allowing Anna to come when he wants her to, so what makes her think he will grant her request of having a threesome?
Kline has made Anna wait for her deepest desire, and tonight she will get the second lover she asked for a year ago. Kline will do anything to make Anna happy, including allowing the stranger inside her body, but he isn't prepared for how sharing her will make him feel.
Jack is hired to join Anna and Kline for an hour of rampant sex and is hit with confusing emotions once he sees the beautiful woman spread-eagled on the bed, duct tape holding her wrists and ankles to the posts. Something about her changes his perspective with regards to his job, and he finds he wants more than just a sample of the woman who has gotten under his skin.
Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of light bdsm.
Publisher's Note: This book was previously released under the same title. It has been re-edited for re-release with Totally Bound Publishing.
Fantasies explored series starts out with Think Kink by Natalie Dae. Here we have the story of Anna and her husband Kline. Kline is the dominate in the relationship. He knows his wife has always wanted a threesome so he is going to make that happen for her. He hires an escort named Jack for the evening.
Anna is really happy to have her fantasy for filled. She knows that her husband really loves her and she in turn loves him with all her heart. This is just bringing their love to another level.
I liked how jealous Kline gets, shows how much he loves his wife. I was not particularly happy to hear Anna say some of the things she does to Jack. I felt it was unnecessary and mean.
Over all though very short hot read about a couple finding another layer to their love.
Four Twinkling Stars