Delight Me

Delight Me is part of the 1-800-DOM-HELP series. This story was written by Desiree Holt.

I have read many books in this series and in this one Desiree takes a different approach. A female sub who takes a look inside herself and realizes that being a sub no longer gives her fulfillment. She wants to be the one wielding the whip not the one receiving its sting.

Dani Maguire is no longer happy with her life. She no longer receives the same pleasure being Alan Powell’s sub that she once felt. Alan being a good Dom can see what Dani is feeling and encourages Dani to take the steps she needs to find the fulfillment she is looking for.

Call a number on a business card she finds Dani is given instructions and directions to Unfettered. There she meets with Mistress G and is introduced to Ethan Corelli.

Ethan is a trained submissive who is currently without a mistress.

Mistress G helps Dani through her first scene with Ethan. But by the end of their second session both Dani and Ethan realize their bond is becoming much more personal….

I have read many of Desiree Holt’s books and Delight Me is one of my favorites. She has a remarkable way of bring her characters to life and letting you feel their emotions.


Book Blurb for Delight Me

A book in the 1-800-DOM-help series.Dani suspects her growing dissatisfaction with the lifestyle suggests she might be in need of a role reversal. When she finds a mysterious business card, she calls the number, 1-800-DOM-help, and is paired with Ethan, a sexy-as-sin sub. Dani learns the erotic effects of wielding the whip and the intense arousal that stimulating her sub with toys can bring.As their sessions progress, Dani and Ethan explore every aspect of D/s play—from restraints to punishment to exercising control to achieve mind-blowing orgasms—and Dani comes to understand the value of receiving trust, as well as giving it. But her newfound, strong emotional feelings for Ethan scare her to death. Their current course could change her life forever—if she’s brave enough to accept what’s being offered.


Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2011 4.25