Six by James Crow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
What can I say, but wow! This novel which I believe is James's debut, is a must read.
It delves into the world of BDSM, and in an explicit sense but was extremely well written and intriguing.
What I loved about it was how it captured my attention, it was a book that I had to finish because I wanted to find out where the story lead.
I started this story meeting Emma Jane, a rich girl whose daddy is marrying her off to double the family fortune. When her aunt surprises her with a trip to escape the pressures of planning her wedding she jumps at it. Soon enough though she discovers the the plans her aunt has shared with her mother and what she has actually organised are two different things.
Fast forward to Jonathon, a man selling what he calls 'experiences'. An opportunity for his clients to pretty much explore their inner most dirtiness, to release their inhibitions. Everything about what he does and offers, is a carefully constructed plan, until Client number six walks through his doors.
Every little thing about the storyline and the characters is well constructed and written. It's hard to believe that this is a debut novel for James Crow and I will be looking out for his next instalment.
A must read!!
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