PERFECT STRANGER

PERFECT STRANGER                         KB ALAN

Dana goes into the BDSM club not quite sure what she needs in order to move forward with her life. When she discovers the club is hosting a charity auction, she makes a desperate plan. If she can secure one of the men being auctioned, maybe she can find the peace that she's been looking for. A stranger with no expectations—it just might work.

Eric agrees to be part of the club's annual charity auction because he's between subs at the moment, and it's for a good cause. He's a Dom used to knowing what a sub needs in a scene with him and how best to provide it. But what happens when the thing a sub needs most is for Eric to drop to his knees at her feet?

This is a SHORT story (approximately 13k word

HUBBY'S REVIEW:
In this story Dana is getting over someone and goes to a BDSM club with the hopes of with the auction this one night that she can have sex, and move on with her life. That is her plan. Eric agrees to the auction and for this one night subs get to be in charge. The thing is no one know who they are auctioning on. This is exactly what Dana needs and when she wins Eric they actually are a good match and he feels that she needs to take things slow and that is what happens. This is a good story and though there is sex scenes the story is just not about sex it is a person dealing with losing a loved one and her way of working through the grief that it has caused her. This goes deeper than just what I am describing. A very good book and a short story with emotion. I got this book from netgalley.  I give this 4 stars. Follow us atwww.1rad-readerreviews.com 

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