G is for… (BDSM Checklist Book 7) by L. DuBois

Blurb:

Given away to another Dom.

Of all the things Sejal expected from the letter G, having her Master give her away was never one of them.

As a member of LA’s most exclusive BDSM club, Sejal has to play the club overseer’s new game. A game where everyone is assigned a letter and with their partners has to explore every item that begins with that letter on the BDSM checklist. Collared and bonded to Master Sato, Sejal assumes he’ll be her partner, but one of the first items on the checklist is “given away to another Dom.” Sejal’s Master gives her to Master Cortland Dowell, a ridiculously sexy Dom who looks at her in a way her own Master hasn’t in far too long.

Cortland is a good Dom. It’s one of the few things he’s good at. And being a good Dom means when Master Sato passes over Sejal’s leash his first thought is making sure the beautiful submissive is okay with what’s happening.

Though they seem like very different people, Sejal and Cortland soon realize they’re a perfect fit as Dominant and submissive. The problem is she’s only his for the weekend, unless, of course, Cortland decides that instead of giving her away temporarily, Master Soto meant the other item on the checklist—giving away his sub…permanently.

My Review:

G is for... (BDSM Checklist)G is for… by L. DuBois

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’ve read many books by this author, and I’ve not found any that I didn’t absolutely love. When she began this series, I thought it was an interesting concept, and couldn’t wait to see where she was going with it. So far, I’ve not been disappointed! It’s been fun, unique, and definitely interesting! While this book could probably be read on its own, I’d definitely recommend reading the entire series, in order.

Sejal is a submissive at the Las Palmas BDSM club. She is bound to Master Sato, so when the overseers announce their game, she knows who she will be paired with. Or so she thinks. She doesn’t expect, when they are assigned the letter G, for him to “give her away” to another Master. But then again, he hasn’t exactly been acting as she expects lately.

When Sejal begins going through the list with Master Cortland, things come to light about her relationship with Master Sato. I won’t go into detail, but he didn’t exactly treat Sejal in a very respectful manner. Throughout their scenes, Sejal is dealing with some pretty major emotions, and some tough decisions.

Master Cortland is an enigma. At times, he is so sure of himself, so confident. At others, he is very derisive toward himself and his own personal life. He also has a lot to work through, and decisions to make, while going through the checklist with Sejal.

This book was surprising in many ways, very serious, but also very fun. I wouldn’t think the subject matter would be conducive to lightheartedness, but there are some moments that are very sweet, and loving even. I’ve enjoyed all of this series so far, and this story was probably my favorite, because of the quirky characters. I’ve loved all of the characters we’ve been introduced to from Las Palmas, but the vulnerability of these two just struck a cord with me. We also get glimpses of characters from other stories, either before or after their scenes, which is fun, since it seems that the stories all take place at the same time. I would definitely recommend this book, and the entire series, to anyone who likes something just a little hard core, something just a little bit different.

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