The Prism Club
A secret organization ran by seven of the richest, most powerful men in the world.
To join the collective means wealth, success and influence for the rest of your life.
But the price of admission is total, complete submission to the seven billionaire's BDSM desires.
Billionaires BDSM Club is the story of Elizabeth's journey through the seven stages of admission. For each billionaire, she must give up her identity and become his personal plaything, submitting to his personal kinks until all seven are satisfied. Only then will she be able to access riches beyond her wildest dreams. But will she be able to endure the journey ahead?
©2015 Lena Foxworth (P)2016 Reaper Moon Books
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"Jury is still out..."
I'm not sure how I feel about this book. It certainly has its sexy moments. There are also some cringe-worthy moments. Here is the synopsis.
A poor woman answers an ad for a a free bottle of perfume where she has to take a survey. Because she is a virgin and poor, she is invited to become the concubine of seven men. Each one has the name of a color. For each night she spends with the man of that color, she has a corresponding name. For Mr. Blue, her name is Sapphire--Mr. Red, her name is Scarlett--and so on. If she makes it through the entire week, she can pick and choose a career or lifestyle she wants.
I was intrigued by the idea, but some of the nights, I just cringed. This made it hard to get into the book itself. Because if I am gong to imagine myself int he place of the heroine, I want her to enjoy the moments she takes on. One night she spends in a brothel- - and only makes 160 pounds and is made to service Mr. Yellow, in public, who is a sadistic coward--as his color implies. Yet, the author shows her growth where she stands up for herself, gains a friend, and even falls in love. There is definitely growth and courage in this woman.
The narrator rocks. Great voice, good pronunciation and quality sound is evident here.
See why I am torn? I am just not sure I want to listen to this book again. I did enjoy it and I recoiled at moments. However, I am not sure I can, in good faith, recommend spending a credit on this. I bought it on sale. Lena Foxworth is definitely a writer to watch--intense violent moments, tender loving ones as well. I apologize for being on the fence here, but I tried to give an honest review.
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