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There are some things in this world we are not supposed to fully understand as outsiders. Ellie Masters takes us to those places with the magic of her words. Down the Rabbit Hole is an amazing journey into the world of BDSM. A curious outsider or long time insider, you’ll want to read this incredible journey.
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✦ SUMMARY ✦
Are second chances a myth? After twenty-five years, I expect champagne and flowers. What I get instead is heartbreak and a divorce. With my life in shambles, I hit the road and begin a voyage of self discovery and growth. When my keyboard reveals a world of sensual fantasy and dark desires, I don’t know whether to leap into the unknown or play things safe. What I do know is that I’m worth a second chance. I may be forty-five, but I’m not ready to give up on love.
✦What Reviewers are Saying✦
✦There are some things in this world we are just not suppose to fully understand as an outsider looking in, and that is completely ok. The word magic of this writer is she can take you places that you would never want to be in reality. It’s like forbidden fruit to me. I get to be a voyeur into the world of BDSM. I am allowed to get all giddy with excitement and wonder, yet I am safe in the coziness of the world I have chosen. Isn’t that spectacular?
Choice was the greatest word in this book. This book was particularly fascinating to me, because I would have ask all the exact same questions as Angie, yet made different choices. Now I am going to try and explain all the reasons you should choose to read this powerful tale of self realization. This book is about the life of a woman. Yes it is a love story and has sexy men and titillating scenes, but it is really about a woman finding herself. I loved this heroine for many reasons. I loved that she took a situation in which she was so powerless and reclaimed her power. I loved that she found an initial interest and took steps to explore further. I loved that she faced her fears head-on . I especially loved that she jumped instead of turning around.
Anytime I read a book and cannot tell if it is a work of fiction or completely based on truth, I am impressed.I have often wondered about the distinction of D/s -v- M/s and feel like I have a little better understanding now. Plus this author always gives me the feels. I was angry about the crap hand Angie was dealt. I was excited when she had a spontaneous rendezvous. I was impressed when she branched out. I was surprised a few times in his story and emotional by the end.
Ok, I am seriously impressed with myself right now for getting all this down and NOT giving away any of the surprises! Yes there are a few. I highly recommend this read. ~ Robin, Goodreads