Blog # 5-2016
Section: Book Reviews
Blogger: Joseph Clay
The Tabu Series consists of the three books pictured to the right. I gave the series 4.5 Stars out of 5.
Emma is a dedicated mother to a couple of teenagers, Maddie and Luke, along with being a wife to Daniel, who is any woman’s dream husband.
However, Emma is lost; she no longer knows who she is or her purpose in life.
After noticing one of her friends reading mommy porn, she decides she too can write books of that nature. With Daniel’s approval and encouragement she starts on the path to becoming an author.
Emma wants her book to be realistic about the alternate lifestyle of the BDSM community. Once she starts her research her world begins to change and she finds out she may not be who she thought she was.
Will Markus, a man she met on a BDSM social site, be her mentor and give her the answers she needs to write a story that is both fictional and true to the lifestyle?
The characters in this series are strong with distinct personalities, and they guide each other through the twists and turns of heartache, passion and forbidden pleasures. I love the way book three, S/submit, ends with the phone buzzing.
This series is excellent as it gives the reader a glimpse into an alternate lifestyle that few can understand and fewer dare to talk about.
Ava Bell pretty much nails it.
This set of books reminds me a lot of the series by Penelope Syn, one of my favorite authors, Reform School Sex: The Collection – not the stories, as the plots between the two are totally different, but in the regard that in each series you can pick up any one of the books and it stands alone. There is no need to read the others as each has a beginning and a definite end.
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[Bloggers note: The book review of Ava Bell’s Tabu Series was originally published on 3-19-16 on Joseph Clay – Author Official Blog. The review was moved to this site 3-20-17.]
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