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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Review – An Invitation: Ariel’s Pet by Qwillia Rain

Title: An Invitation: Ariel's Pet

Author: Qwillia Rain

Publisher: Loose Id

Buy Link: Buy An Invitation: Ariel's Pet Here!

Rating: You Gotta Read

Reviewed by: Gabrielle


Ariel Valerian knew cooking techniques and recipes, but a Dominant like Dane Reese had her more hot and bothered than a dozen hours slaving in a steamy kitchen. And 'slaving' is just what she intends to teach her blond-haired, blue-eyed, oh so yummy surfer boy. He might be helping at the family café as a favor to her sister, but there was no way she was giving him an opportunity to play Dom with her.

For Dane Reese, Ariel Valerian is a full-figured pixie -- a life-size, blue-haired Tinkerbell in a chef's coat surrounded by the scent of chocolate and cinnamon and an aura of mind-blowing, sweaty sex. Too bad she's driving him insane with her determination to order him around. As a Dominant and half-owner of A Master's Gift, Dane has seen his share of Dommes and submissives, and, no matter how she might deny it, Ariel is destined to call him Master.

Two powerful personalities; a contest to determine who is more adept at control; and less than thirty days to discover if Ariel will bow to Dane's commands, or if Dane will become Ariel's Pet.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play, BDSM theme and content, voyeurism.


Ariel is fine with waiting for her sister to come back from her month long journey until Dane shows up. Alayana has sent him to help out at the restaurant that Ariel and her own while she is away but Ariel is too stubborn to give in without a fight.

Ariel's Pet is a great read. I was pulled in right from the start. After reading the first in this series I just had to read Ariel and Dane's story. Dane is a great Dom willing to fight for Ariel. Endearing himself to the reader as we watch him work through his attraction to Ariel and his patience as he lets her come to terms with her emotions. I loved Ariel and all of her feistiness and she does in fact resemble the nickname Dane gives her. The love that the two find is a beautiful read and it shines through the whole story. Not only is their relationship a hot one and their play gives me new interest in food fun but you can also see the real depth of their feelings for each other.

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