Desperate to escape her ordinary existence, if only for a night, Leigh McCabe dances her woes away in an underground nightclub where she is introduced to Mikey Marais—in his Saturday-night guise as ‘Sir Michael’: a master of Shibari and a connoisseur of Dominance and submission.
Eager to explore the enticing new world Mikey offers, Leigh embarks with Sir Michael as her instructor on a scandalous and secretive journey.
As he explores her mind and body from behind the lens and beneath the sheets, she discovers more than just the inherent pleasures of deviant desires; she unlocks parts of herself she never knew: parts now refusing to stay buried, and which make her feel whole for the first time.
While Sir Michael connects with her on more than a physical level, he has secrets of his own. An inner demon is scratching at the surface, and she’s been the only one close enough to discover his truth.
But when a past lover returns to stake his claim, Leigh will not only have to choose between the two men she loved, but also the woman she wants to become.
How far will she go for love?
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Amazon Paperback: 6×9, 384 Pages. South African paperback: A5, 424 pages.
Gerry Pelser's character development is something very few authors I've read could hold a light to. Each character and each story line is built out with such detail even though it's a work of fiction you would swear that it happened in front of your eyes.
Never in my wildest vanilla-flavoured thoughts did I believe that the essence and fundamentals of BDSM were so sacred, so beautiful and above all, so deeply respectful. I connected with all the characters in this book, recognising aspects of them in some real-life characters of my own life, both past and present, including myself.
I fell in love with the leading lady - the beautifully-written Leigh. There were times that I cried for her, times that I wanted to scream at her, and times when I was really jealous of her. She is human, with all the flaws, insecurities and infinite beauty that comes with being human.