Diary of a Submissive

by 2 books in this series
No Ordinary Love Story
No Ordinary Love Story
After a few false starts and a lot of soul-searching, Sophie Morgan - journalist, submissive, lover of baking - thinks she's finally found the dominant, and indeed man, of her dreams.

But adjusting to cohabitation can be difficult. No matter how good your submissive intentions, real life, work pressures and the usual problems of living together can make you more keen to kick him in the shins than kneel at his feet. And when your limits are further tested as your relationship deepens, what happens when you suddenly get to the point where you're not sure if you should pull back to save yourself from falling into the abyss?

In this sequel to the number one bestseller, The Diary of a Submissive, Sophie explains exactly what it's like to have a real, messy, live-in dominant. From discovering a love of latex and exploring electro-stimulation to hiding sex toys from unexpected visitors, Sophie tells a controversial, honest and erotic story of trying to find your own kinkily romantic happy-ever-after.
The Diary of a Submissive
The Diary of a Submissive
Sophie Morgan is an independent woman in her thirties with a successful journalism career. Intelligent, witty and sarcastic, she could be the girl next door. Except that Sophie is a submissive; in the bedroom she likes to relinquish her power and personal freedom to a dominant man for their mutual pleasure.

In the wake of Fifty Shades of Grey, here is a memoir that offers the real story of what it means to be a submissive. From the endorphin rush of her first encounter right through to punishments the likes of which she couldn't begin to imagine, she explains in frank and explicit fashion the road she travels. But it isn't until she meets James that her boundaries are really pushed. As her relationship with him travels into darker and darker places the question becomes: where will it end? Can she reconcile her sexuality with the rest of her life and is it possible for the perfect man to also be perfectly cruel?

Racy, controversial, but always warm, fun and astoundingly honest this is a fascinating and thought provoking look at a seemingly paradoxical side to human nature and sexuality that no man or woman will be able to put down.

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