Review: At Her Feet by Rebekah Weatherspoon

Late-night boredom pays off with a click of the mouse and a response to a personal ad for a busy digital ad executive and a costume designer.

Synopsis:

During a night of Web surfing for celeb gossip and masturbatory material, digital marketing producer Suzanne Kim stumbles across an intriguing thread while checking her profile on kinklife.com. Suzanne isn’t exactly looking, but the request for a very specific type of submissive from the attractive mistress, Mami-P, is hard to resist. Though the two hit it off during their first online conversation, Suzanne never imagines how strong their real life attraction and compatibility will be. After a few missteps in training, trust, and communication, Suzanne finds a deep love with her mistress, Pilar.

Overworked and over-stressed in her daily life, Suzanne comes to crave their relationship for the visceral escape it provides, but before they can make the ultimate commitment, someone from Suzanne’s professional life threatens to disrupt their perfectly balanced bliss.

Heads up: kinky roads ahead!! Rebekah Weatherspoon takes us into the sensual and deeply soul moving world of BDSM in At Her Feet.

Suzanne is a woman looking to belong to someone heart and soul after being shattered by an ex-lover. She finds this when she answers a personal ad on a kink website and meets Pilar. The attraction is immediate and intense. They are both looking for a Mistress and sub relationship with Pilar being the dominant.

Suzanne finds everything she needs in her new Mami, but constantly questions and mistrusts herself and everything around her. Weatherspoon takes us on her journey into a true and honest relationship and how she grows personally from this relationship.

Weatherspoon explores all of the dynamics in the Mistress and sub dynamic from the mundane to the sensual to what some would call the kinky. Yes, there is some spanking with a paddle, but there are no whips and canes. The sex is consensual and only between Suzanne and Pilar (though there is an incident in the book of another nature that does not occur between the two).

Weatherspoon also gives us a glimpse into other types of dynamics between lesbian Mistresses and subs. I found the balance between Suzanne’s sub life and street life to be perfect. This read as any other typical romance, so do not fear the BDSM portion because Weatherspoon writes it beautifully and if I do say, with some squirming, erotically.

I got this book from my library. I love my local library and you should check out yours too. Request LGBTQ+ books and they will stock them! #ebooksforall 

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Further Details:
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books, 9781602829480, 2013
Pages: 216
Sex: Rated R

Photo credit: Book cover is from Goodreads.
Bio and Synopsis are from Goodreads.

Editor’s Note: edited with updated content & PR standard formatting on 14 March 2020.

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