Friday, November 8, 2013

Review: Claimed by Stacey Kennedy

 Title: Claimed (Club Sin #1)
Author: Stacey Kennedy
Source: Received in exchange for an honest review


Presley Flynn is ripe to experience her secret fantasies . . . and Dmitri Pratt wants nothing more than to fulfill them. Once inside the elite Club Sin in Las Vegas, Presley is nervous but excited—and determined to surrender to her every desire. Dmitri is her Master, and his touch is like fire. With each careful, calculated caress, he unleashes her wildest inhibitions, giving her unimagined pleasure.

Presley is different than the other submissives Dmitri has mastered. The BDSM lifestyle is new to her, and so are the games they play at Club Sin. From the start, Presley stirs emotions in him far beyond the raw purity between a dom and the perfect sub. For the ecstasy they share goes beyond the dungeon igniting a passion that claims the very depths of the heart.


Claimed is the first book in the Club Sin series by Stacey Kennedy. I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I love Stacey's paranormal books so I thought I would give this one a try, even though I'm not very familiar with BDSM books.

The main character, Presley, is timid, shy, and newly single. After she breaks up with her boyfriend for cheating on her, Presley's friend invites her to join an elite BDSM club. The owner of the club, Dmitri, decides that he wants her for himself. He feels something for Presley right away, and trains her himself.

To be honest, I didn't enjoy this book that much. I'm rating it 3 stars – I felt it would be unfair of me to rate a book too low just because the genre wasn't for me (and it was well written). Not only did the sex scenes make me uncomfortable, but I felt annoyed over Dmitri's dominance. I couldn't handle anyone ordering me around. I guess I'm too stubborn. And too “vanilla”. I will definitely be reading more books by Stacey Kennedy, but now I know to steer clear of these types of books.

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