I is for… (BDSM Checklist #9) by L. DuBois

Blurb:

Who knew a little ice could burn so hot?

Master Raine needs control the way fish need water. His life outside LA’s most exclusive BDSM club is chaotic, and as a result he demands complete obedience from his submissives.

Chastity is delighted when she learns she’s been assigned the letter I  as part of the club’s checklist game. After all, there’s nothing she loves more than a spanking or flogging, both forms of impact play. She’s in for a surprise, when she learns that “impact” isn’t even on the list.

Chastity is an excellent submissive, but hates rules. Master Raine is a careful Dom, but without structure he becomes ruthless. Their deceptively simple list of toys becomes something so much more when the truth about who they really are is revealed.

My Review:

I is for... (BDSM Checklist, #9)I is for… by Lila Dubois

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Once again, Lila Dubois has taken what I thought was going to happen and turned it totally around, making it into something completely different!  Throughout this series, I’ve been constantly surprised at the outcomes as well as with the creative…..happenings that occur with each couple in the course of the BDSM game.

Chastity doesn’t seem to feel like she really fits in.  She knows she isn’t like other submissives, knows that her actions and beliefs are different.  But she needs this place, and what she gets from it.

Master Raine is an enigma.  We aren’t given much information on him, other than what his thoughts are about the game.  He is revealed to us through his reactions, more so than anything else.

The story of Chastity and Master Raine was interesting.  They seemed well matched, despite their initial misgivings about not being each other’s “type”.  I loved how much fun they had together, even in the middle of the seriousness that is BDSM.  I’ve enjoyed each new book in this series, as well as the surprises that lay within, but I think this is my favorite so far!

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