Fyn Alexander

May 11, 2010

Precious Jade

Filed under: Books — fynalexander @ 11:55 am

 

Precious Jade is set in the Victorian period and is the story of young man looking for love. Jade finds that love in the arms of an older and wiser man who teaches him about self discipline, as well as the art of BDSM.

Reviewed by Kathy K.

When it comes to books in the BDSM genre, I’m pretty much a neophyte. With stories that contain the elements of Bondage & Discipline, Dominance & Submission and Sadism & Masochism, I’m very picky. I need, first and foremost, romance; but I’m also fairly squeamish. Cruelty, physical or mental, causes a negative reaction in me that I cannot just shake off. But I really liked Fyn Alexander’s Precious Jade.

I personally don’t get the lifestyle at all, but Fyn Alexander did such a wonderful job in the descriptions of the characters and situations that I could, through their eyes and minds, understand the need and satisfaction that they experienced. It actually worked for me within the context presented; for a first book Fyn Alexander has written a strong and very coherent story that took me along and I left their world feeling very good.

There is another story running along that of Jade and his Master as they find their way through the relationship; this is also an emotional minefield but done with a sense of justice and a rather wry sense of humour… I loved it!

I’m certainly very interested in anything else this fine author comes out with and I only hope that we don’t have to wait too long.

Kathy K.

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2 Comments »

  1. I Was Never Into Kink Or Bdsm, Well I Thought I Wasn’t But After Reading Your Angel And The Assassin Series I Might Have To Have A Rethink, Excellent Trilogy But I’m Hopeing There’s More To Come And Soon :)…………

    Comment by Harle — April 12, 2012 @ 11:54 am | Reply

  2. Its like you learn my mind! You appear to know so much about this, like you wrote the guide in it or something.
    I feel that you simply could do with a few percent to force the message house a little bit,
    but other than that, this is excellent blog.
    A fantastic read. I will certainly be back.

    Comment by Byron — March 27, 2013 @ 10:52 pm | Reply


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