SINGLE WHITE SUBMISSIVE
by Madelein Oh, Jennifer Dunne, Dominique Adair

August 2005
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Personal ads take on a whole new meaning in these stories about three women who will risk almost everything to fulfill their deepest desires.


Gia in Wonderland by Dominique Adair


Recovering form the car accident that ended her career, former ballerina, Gia Conti, moves across the country to start a new life. Lonely and yearning for a partner who will join her in her submissive fantasies, Gia answers an ad that seems to have been written just for her. When she responds and agrees to meet with Drake Whelan, she finds the man of her dreams, the man she could settle with, her Dom. However, she discovers shocking evidence that Drake may be the same man who has been stalking her—and the man who caused the accident that ended her career.


Must Love Music by Jennifer Dunne


Master Rikard is the perfect dominant; he puts his submissive first in all things. Gayle’s relationship with her masked Dom is the stuff of dreams. His love of music, his hypnotic voice and his ability to draw the best from her spark Gayle’s desires and keep them smoldering. If only she could get to know the man behind the mask, everything would be ideal.


Sunday with Mac by Madeleine Oh


Ginny Wallace places an ad in hopes of finding the Dom she has been searching for. What she gets is Mac Brodie, editor and publisher of the magazine her ad has been placed in, and her willing instructor in BDSM scene.


Single White Submissive was utterly gripping. Girl power takes on a new meaning in this trio of tales of women searching for Master Right. The loves scenes are as hot as they can get but the romance tempers some of the more intense scenes. Definitely not for those with more moderate tastes but good for a newcomer to the sub-genre.


Reviewed in February 2006 by Cynthia.