Yes, Justin

Yes Justin Genre BDSM ContemporaryAfter fifteen years and two kids the romance has fled from Trish s marriage She s a different woman now and she wants different things When she stumbles upon an emailed ad fro

  • Title: Yes, Justin
  • Author: Michele Zurlo
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Genre BDSM ContemporaryAfter fifteen years and two kids, the romance has fled from Trish s marriage She s a different woman now, and she wants different things When she stumbles upon an emailed ad from Oasis, an adult fantasy fulfillment service, she seizes the opportunity to spend a weekend having her body and soul mastered by a man who is completely focused on her.JusGenre BDSM ContemporaryAfter fifteen years and two kids, the romance has fled from Trish s marriage She s a different woman now, and she wants different things When she stumbles upon an emailed ad from Oasis, an adult fantasy fulfillment service, she seizes the opportunity to spend a weekend having her body and soul mastered by a man who is completely focused on her.Justin is shocked when he finds out his wife is planning to cheat on him Willing to do anything to keep the woman he loves, he arranges with Oasis to become the Dom she wants He ll carry out her kidnap fantasy, fulfill her desire to be dominated, and force her to confront the reasons she wanted to be there in the first place.Publisher s Note This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable anal play intercourse, BDSM theme and elements including not limited to bondage, D s, spanking, etc.

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    1. I'm really sorry I can't give this story a better rating.The premise is great. Trish and Justin have been married for fifteen years. They have two kids, and a seriously troubled relationship. They hardly communicate, romance is nowhere in sight, and their sex life is non-existent.So, is it any wonder that, once she received an emailed ad from Oasis (an adult fantasy fulfillment service), Trish decided to grab the opportunity of a fantasy-come-true weekend? She wants a stranger to kidnap her, and [...]

    2. We all like romance fiction--that's why we read so much of it. But I, for one, especially like stories about people whose marriages have fallen on hard times and who find a way to rekindle the sense of intimacy that is often the first thing to show up missing in a relationship. Money troubles, work pressures and growing families can often temper the romance right out of a relationship. This novella addresses this as a wife signs up for a fantasy weekend with a stranger, little realizing that the [...]

    3. This was a pretty good short story. I love how it showcased a married couple with kids. Almost every story I have read pertaining to BDSM revolves around younger unattached people. Granted, I wish the book was longer and got more in depth with the couples emotional/marital struggles and how a BDSM relationship could heal them, but Michele did a good job fitting it in the pages that were there. So here is the synopsis. Trish wanted to be mastered, but she was too ashamed to come forth to her husb [...]

    4. Married couple Justin and Patricia are the typical couple living the American Dream. But stay at home Patricia has had enough and contacts Oasis to schedule a fantasy weekend where she is kidnapped by a dangerous stranger and forced to become a sexual slave to his every desire. She wants a Dom who looks like her husband to Master her like her husband has never done in all the years they been married. Little does she know her husband has been secretly contacted by the agency setting up Trish's fa [...]

    5. 4.5 stars. I really enjoyed it!This is a really interesting subject. Where either or both parties discover BDSM after years of marriage, and attempt to find a space for it in their life. This seems to happen a lot in real life, therefore I am always interested to see how it plays out.It was a short story, but I think the author really achieved a lot here. It was excellently written. There was good back story as well as more current events that had led up to this, sexy love scenes, and then some [...]

    6. I really liked this book. It reminds me so much of me and my husband. There is so much truth in that you loose a part of your marriage after bring together for so many years and as children come into your life. You forget how much your marriage is the rock of your family. It was amazing to read about all the insecurities both Trisha and Justin felt not only with themselves but in their marriage. It was a short read and I would have liked to see more detail as some parts I was confused onbut over [...]

    7. Maybe I would have liked this more if I had been in a boring marriage for 15 years, but for me it was just so-so. Kinda boring, not totally believable and a littler to shmultsy. I felt like you knew exactly where it was going from the beginning.

    8. I thought this was pretty fantastic! Great story, very hot, and the characters were real--ones I could identify with. I think this is going to be a great series, and I can't wait to see what is next up.This is my first Michele Zurlo read, but it definitely won't be my last.

    9. If you want insight on how to repair a relationship lacking communication, this is a really good book to begin with. I hope to read more by Michele Zurlo. Sensuous, honest and alive with how relationships go seriously off balance because of life and silence.

    10. Originally reviewed for Risqué ReviewsReunion stories are some of my favorites. Seeing two people overcome obstacles, whether time and physical distance or inattention and emotional distance, is so satisfying when done right. I admit I was somewhat worried with the short length of this story and the very serious subject matter– Trish is fully intending on cheating on her husband as the story opens. I needn’t have worried though. One of the true strengths of this novella, YES, JUSTIN, is tha [...]

    11. I have had this story in my stash for almost three years. What a shame! (Too much to read, not enough time.) But I'm doing an A-Z challenge, and I needed a Y, so this was it. It was an interesting, sexy story about a married couple who still love each other but have grown apart over the years. She decided to try a fantasy service to try out the kinky stuff she'd been thinking about. After completing the questionnaire of what she'd want to try, the fantasy service contacted her husband, thinking [...]

    12. Justin and Trish have been married for 15 years and have 2 kids. They both have jobs and feel like their responsibilities have overtaken their marriage. Trish decides to investigate a fantasy-fufilling company which may help her. The company requires a long process of finding out exactly what she wants, and what she wants is to be kidnapped by a stranger and used as a slave. She refrains from telling her husband because he probably won't do any of the things she wants and she feels she needs to [...]

    13. Michele Zurlo is one of my favorite authors. Her Awakening series, especially the first and third, are on my keep and read again whenever shelf. That said, this book disappointed me a little because it was just too short. I knew when I bought it that it was tagged a novella, but they weren't kidding. In terms of value, I don't think I overpaid ($5 for 60 pages), but I just think the complexities in Justin and Trish's marriage needed more space and time. And especially more detail about what happ [...]

    14. I thought this was a pretty good book! I loved how Justin stepped up to the plate not only for his family as a whole. But as a husband first to his wife in being a provider in All aspects of their marriage. I really liked this story because it seemed very realistic especially since I've been married for almost 12 years and I know that it's easy for things to fall into a routine and other responsibilities take over your marriage. That we tend to forget about our spouse's needs whether it be menta [...]

    15. Title: Yes, Justin Author: Michele ZurloPublisher: Loose IDPublication Date: November 15, 2011ISBN: 8-1-61118-638-3Genre BDSM ContemporaryLength: 60 pagesHeat Level: 5Other: bondage, D/s, spanking,Reviewer: SukiDate: 12/1/2011What I loved about this book was Justin from start to finish. He was the perfect Alpha Male. He was flawed yes, he put his job ahead of his family yes, and he fell into a rut with his wife…YES. BUT he went far and beyond out of his way to make it work for a woman he loved [...]

    16. This is my first novella. Yes, Justin received 5 Kisses from Two Lips Reviews, 5 Diamonds from Got Erotic Romance, and 5 Paddles from BDSM Book Reviews.In Yes, Justin, Trish just wants to go back to the point in her life where she was the focus of a man's time and attention. She married that man, but life changes got in the way. Work and kids conspire to keep them apart most of the time. Then she takes a chance and asks Oasis to send a dom to kidnap her and whisk her away to a cabin in the middl [...]

    17. Interesting little detour between novels.I really like how the author broached the topic of distance that is sure to come in most long-term relationships. It's true that we learn to take our significant other for granted sometimes. I like that the pressures of parenthood were added as well. The fact that the husband took initiative to learn what his wife needed and became the Dom to her Sub was hot. The scenes were tasteful and the love shared between them was unmistakeable.

    18. I love the concept of a husband and wife who have grown apart finding each other again. And when it's through a very, very hot weekend filled with D/s fantasies fulfilled's even better! The scenarios here are hot, the dialogue and dilemmas realistic, and the emotions sweet and compelling. I will read the rest of the series, for sure.

    19. I do not know how to explain it but I found this book very well written with just the right amount of kinky and sensuality, I loved reading it! i want more!

    20. It would be nice if every married couple were able to have this opportunity, and be able to repair the damage. Good book.

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