Her Web Master by Normandie Alleman
Published by Self-published on November 11th 2015
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An online connection.
Masked by anonymity.
No cameras. No pictures.
Curiosity ignited to intrigue.
I thought I knew what I was getting into, but had no idea how far we would go...
My intention was to test the waters, dip my toe in the wading pool. Instead I surrendered to the world of seduction and submission as he submerged me--body, mind, and soul--into an ocean of eroticism.
Emails, texts, and hidden identities, were one thing. But now, coming face-to-face with the mystery man, the star of my fantasies, both terrifies and completely thrills me. If all goes according to plan, he will intensify the exquisite bond we share by transporting me to that glorious intersection between agony and ecstasy. If not, everything we've built will come crashing down around us, destroying my dreams in the process.
Either way, there is no going back. Because I want more. Much more.
He always says, "For every ounce of pleasure, a price must be paid."
And I am going to pay...
Warning: If you’re not a fan of dirty talk or dominant alpha males, “Her Web Master” may not be for you, but if you're looking for a filthy online boyfriend who will make your toes curl, meet Sophie’s mysterious Dom.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
Why it took me by surprise that the first 70% of a book called Her Web Master consisted on the h basically masturbating with cyber instructions, I don’t know. I should’ve guessed, but I didn’t and as that kind of scene is not really my favorite in a book I can say that this story dragged a bit for me.
But let me start from the beginning. Sophie has been married to a cheating prick whose affairs were multiple and started about 6 months after they were married, why did she stay married, you ask, and had not castrated him with a blunt, rusty knife? Beats me, basically, she came from a family where divorce wouldn’t be a sightly situation.
Suddenly one day her husband sends her a text saying: “I want a divorce” aaaaaand that’s that.
She goes out with a girlfriend who sets her up with a young guy who pushes her against a car and “takes care of her” in a dominant manner and later invites her to go to a BDSM club with him. She turns him down but gets the BDSM bug and gets online to do some research.
Thus finding MC, a Dom who does cyber training consisting of email exchange with tasks, live chats and skype calls. As Sophie is a kindergarten teacher in a rather conservative school she doesn’t agree to do “webcam sessions”.
So as I said, basically the whole book is Sophie masturbating in very inventive ways to MC’s instructions, be them written or voice given.
What follows might be considered spoilery so I’ll tag it but it’s really hard to talk about the plot line without revealing everything because there’s nothing much that actually happens.
View Spoiler » Soon (well, not soon enough for me) Sophie starts to feel attached to her cyber Dom but at the same time misses a true connection (aka a real cock) and she craves to feel the touch of her Dom.
Finally, they meet up once and have a weekend sexathon. Then they go back to the way things were. Until Sophie gives her Dom an ultimatum, she needs real contact, cyber is not enough. So he breaks their weird pseudo-relationship off. And then he calls her and HFN.
Whaaaaat?? Yep, that’s right. « Hide Spoiler This story is not complete. I was intrigued by the blurb, it sounded kind of kinky with a twist and I thought it would go pretty much as the story did but, you know, a lot more condensed… as in, at most at 30% they would meet up, and they would be happily sub/Dom-ing forever by the end. As it is, it was difficult for me to feel their connection and chemistry, Sophie never quite worked for me as she stayed in a loveless marriage with a cheating scumbag for 5.5 years too long. Another thing that bothered me was MC’s dirty talk. There’s fun, hot, kinky dirty talk; and then there’s what this guy said: Cumslut, fuckhole (I could go on but I think you guys get the idea) and the use of bitch more than once were not exactly to my taste.
In a nutshell: mildly hot, Her Web Master was too impersonal for me, I couldn’t really connect to the main characters and the fact that the story didn’t finish but was a very loose Happy For Now (without warning) really pissed me off. Can’t say I’ll be reading the next part.
Sparkle’s Rating: 2.5 Stars
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