ISBN: 9781784306205 Date: 9th June
Heat Rating: Burning Book Length: Short Story
Pairing: MF Genre: Contemporary
Meeting your man online can be the best thing you’ve ever done…
Carrie Marsh and Rob Edwards have been speaking to one another over the Internet for two years. The time has come to cement their love and meet. Carrie waits for Rob’s train, excitement spiraling through her, for she has planned a night to remember. Rob is shy, and Carrie intends to show him how to unleash his sexy side during a series of sexual encounters—the first one up against a tree where anyone could spot their antics…
An online rendezvouz led to a real-life relationship when Carrie Marsh and Rob Edwards decided to test the waters and see each other face-to-face. Shy and introvert Rob discovered what he’d been missing when he finally experienced life outside his comfort zone in the arms of Carrie. The seductress wanton did everything to make Rob feel needed, appreciated and loved in more ways than one.
Natalie Dae’s Soul Keeper is action-packed with raunchy erotic scenes, done in the most scandalous ways, in different and most unexpected places possible. This was a short story that I felt should have been written longer and more detailed. I felt there’s a lot of info lacking, like how and why Rob became who he was, what made him decide to take the plunge and who was Carrie before they met. Nevertheless, Soul Keeper was quite an interesting read.
Natalie Dae writes mainly BDSM erotica. She loves a Dom/sub relationship and is fascinated by how it all works. The trust issue is the best thing about it for her, so creating characters who have to adopt trust is one of her priorities. “Watching my characters bloom under tuition is such a treat,” she says. “I find it such a privilege to be able to write about something that makes me learn something new with every book.”
She lives with her husband and children in an English village and spends her spare time reading—always reading!—and her phone, complete with Kindle app, is never far away. “I can’t imagine not reading or writing,” she says. “It’s a part of who I am. Without it I’d be more than a bit lost.”
Natalie has many more BDSM tales swimming around in her head, so her workload for the future is very full. “What better way to spend a weekend than writing?” she says. “Saturdays are my main writing days, so I get up, open up a work in progress and rarely leave the desk. Unless I really have to!”