Yes, Justin

Safe Word: Oasis, #1

Michele Zurlo starts off her erotic novella series with “Yes, Justin (Safe Word: Oasis #1)”. Trish fears that her husband of fifteen years has forgotten about the sensual aspect of their relationship and she feels neglected since he is always working and leaving the family duties to her. Justin had no idea that his sexy wife was so unhappy that she contacted a wish fulfillment service and was prepared to engage in a D/s relationship with a complete stranger but he certainly isn’t going to stand by and allow that to happen. A detailed questionnaire and much-needed counseling from the wish fulfillment service provide the groundwork for Justin to recapture the excitement and closeness of his relationship with Trish but he will need her cooperation. The only question is how far is each willing to go to save their marriage?

A sensual and romantic story of two people who have grown apart in their marriage but find a way to rekindle the fires by exploring the world of BDSM. Each has had private fantasies but neither has reached out to the other until Trish reaches a crisis point. Fortunately, their love for each other allows them to attempt to discover a mutually acceptable way to rediscover their passion. It was a little disconcerting that Trish was prepared to cheat on her marriage but fortunately Oasis came through for her and it was nice to see that both partners had to work through their issues together.

Book Blurb for Yes, Justin

After 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.)

Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2012 4.25