Sarah and Jasper Jay are back for more kinky fun. But this time will it lead to a commitment that reaches beyond mere games of passion? The sequel to Justine Elyot’s bestselling His House of Submission.
Sarah’s new job as a costumed guide at a Victorian museum suddenly becomes more tense when Jasper Jay, her lover and master, appears without warning. Jasper is scouting the museum for a film about the sexual misbehaviour of 19th Century lords and the women in their service. A cover story that will allow him to indulge their private fantasy life in authentic surroundings.
Beyond the risky role play, under the eyes of Sarah’s colleagues, Jasper’s presence also puts him within reach of Sarah’s family who know nothing of her secret relationship with the world famous film director. But such a dangerous proximity to her family threatens to spoil their fun while forcing Jasper to think seriously about their future.
Is this just all a game after a crazy summer fling, or will it free them from their respective pasts?
Justine Elyot’s ‘By His Command’ is a hot read for fans of erotic romance; from the author of the bestselling Mischief titles ‘Kinky’, ‘Game’ and ‘His House of Submission’.
Book gifted from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Cover :- 3 stars
Sex/steaminess :- 3 stars
Story line :- 2 stars
Characters :- 3 stars
Overall rating :- 2.75 stars
Personal rating :- 3 stars
Book Pairing:- M/F
Did it give me a book hangover :- No
Is this a review book or personal read :- Review Read
Why I chose this book?
I was accepted a copy on netgalley.
What I liked about this book.
* The writer has her own unique style.
* The storyline was different.
What I didn't like about this book.
I just couldn't get into this book and found that it dragged.
Would I read more from this author?
Yes I'll give her another go.
Would I recommend this book?
Maybe depends on your tastes
About The Author
I am Justine Elyot. I love to write erotica and erotic romance. Elements you are likely to find in my work include: moustachioed melodrama villains, whips, wisecracks, knights in tarnished armour, damsels under duress, lovers, leather, aquiline features, references to popular songs. I massively overuse qualifiers like ‘really’, ‘quite’, ‘actually’ etc. and can’t resist the temptation to substitute long words for ‘said’. Reviewers either rave or cringe, with very little middle reactive ground (insert Marmite cliche here). Which will you do?