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eBook Review: Ginger Snap by Shoshanna Evers

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I’ve had this book on my to- read list for a while, and thought that since it’s Christmas-themed, it would be a good time to read it. And let me tell you, I’m extremely glad I did. Ginger Snap is a short story with a difference!

Shoshanna Evers introduces something I’ve never read in a story before (and I’ve read lots); the idea of ginger figging. Holly and Tom have been together a while, and are mostly happy, but Holly can’t help feeling that there’s something missing. She wants to marry Tom, but after four years can’t figure out why he hasn’t asked her yet.

A chance encounter in a shopping centre bathroom, followed by some home truths, finally make both Holly and Tom realise what the other really wants, both for Christmas and for life. Some seriously sexy and kinky fun ensues, helping Tom to transform into the true Dom Holly wants him to be, and making her totally submissive, and more turned on than she’s ever been.

Some truly naughty ginger-figging play ensures that Holly will be on her best behaviour for the foreseeable future – unless of course she wants to be punished…

Ginger Snap is one seriously hot tale. For a short story, there’s a great deal of character insight and development and of course some smokin’ hot, kinky sex. If you’re looking for a well-written, naughty tale with some D/s play and a truly unique twist on kink, then I’d definitely recommend this book.

Available from: Amazon UK and  Amazon US

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