Touch : Passionate Encounter (BDSM Billionaire) Reviews

Touch : Passionate Encounter (BDSM Billionaire)

Touch : Passionate Encounter (BDSM Billionaire)

This is the first book of the ‘Touch’, series by Lucia Jordan. Written with her signature style of high passion, emotion and conflict.

Kelly Miller had had enough of her cheating boyfriend, his lack of ambition and his habit of tearing her down. She tosses him and all his stuff out and swears off men forever just as the devastatingly handsome Michael Adams shows up in her life. Michael is her boss and he’s used to being in charge, but can he take charge of this feisty and wounded wo

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  1. Jessica
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Terrible editing, odd use of words, July 4, 2013
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    Jessica

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    *This is a review of an erotic short story. I’ve attempted to be delicate in my explanations, but there are references to sexual acts and quotes from the book. There may also be spoilers.*

    Editing:

    There were unfinished sentences and sentences that didn’t make sense. For example, when talking to her cat, the character says “I should have you never had you neutered. It might have done you some good to have gotten your evil little heart broken.”

    “I should have you never had you neutered” doesn’t make sense. In addition, the phrase “to have gotten” is so painful it makes me cringe.

    There was one misuse of “your” and numerous randomly placed periods and commas. Several sequences of dialogue didn’t have any quotes. In other spots, there were quotes when no one was talking. Sometimes, character thoughts were in quotes while other times they weren’t.

    The Story:

    Kelly described her ex as “a tender and very ardent lover.” In the next sentence, she says that Greg often finished lovemaking without pleasing her. Ardent means enthusiastic and passionate. Tender means gentle, loving, and considerate. How was he ardent and tender if he left her wanting?

    In a scene with Michael, Kelly “tilted and rubbed her crotch against” or does something related to the movement of her crotch. Unless the two characters were sitting opposite of each other, scissoring their inseams together, she wasn’t tilting her crotch, she was tilting her pelvis or hips. Even though this was an erotic short story, I’m sure that the author was still attempting to convey that the characters were sexy. Just my opinion, but I find the word “crotch” to be crass, disgusting, and not sexy. It really detracted from the feel of the moment.

    Kelly’s “crotch tilting” leads to arousal. Descriptions of her arousal are disturbing. At one point, Kelly can “feel slippery oils dripping,” she “spilled more heated oil,” and started “gushing sticky white fluids.” “Oily and white” is not normal for the fluids of female arousal and probably indicates a problem requiring medical attention.

    In the final scene, Kelly and Michael have a sexual experience in which he gags her with a tie and smacks her on her rear end a few times. Afterwards, Michael expertly informs Kelly that they just engaged in a BDSM scene and that Kelly submitted to him. He then asks her to join him at a private(BDSM)club.

    One sex act involving a tie and a few smacks does not constitute a BDSM scene. Secondly, this type of play is not an indication that a woman is suddenly a submissive and ready to accept an invitation to a BDSM club!

    This first story was an attempt to introduce all characters, give their background stories, and establish that the characters are going to begin a BDSM relationship. In accomplishing all those things in one book, the characters turned out being shallow and the story was rushed and unbelievable.

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  2. kasey
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    was ok, November 26, 2013
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    kasey

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    It was ok. I think it felt forced in some spots, but it was pretty hot and steamy. Not a bad quick read.

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  3. Lj Frederickson
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    The cover picture is the best part of the book., November 19, 2013
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    Lj Frederickson
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    Boring. Boring. Boring and more boring. You pay for a chapter, not a book. I didn’t find anything redeeming about the main character.

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