Review: Certain Requirements




Author: Elinor Zimmerman.
Genre: LGBTQ, Romance, Erotica. 
Rating: 🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫

Blurb:

Phoenix Gomez wants nothing more than to be a full-time aerial dancer, and after years of hard work, her dream is coming true. 

That’s until her Oakland rent spikes and her roommate moves across the country with his boyfriend. Desperate for a way to make a living, she accepts a position with a woman looking for a live-in submissive. 

Phoenix has always kept her love of kinky submission strictly behind the bedroom door and inside the bounds of romantic relationships, until she meets Kris Andersen.

Why would Kris―a dapper butch, seasoned dominant, and tech hotshot―be interested in such an arrangement? Because in her rigidly ordered life, she has no time to fall in love. When Phoenix challenges the rules Kris thought she wanted, their connection grows, only to be put to the test when Phoenix’s career threatens to take her away from the Bay.

Cover Review:

The cover features Phoenix, the main character, performing her Ariel dance. It's not too creative, but it relates to the story well. 

Book Review:

Woah, this was one intense read. There wasn't a moment that I thought the story was slowing down, or turning boring. 

It was steamy, sexy, kinky and heartbreaking all at the same time. To be honest, this was the LGBT form of Fifty Shades, only Certain Requirements was hundred times better. 


The characters were well crafted, easy to relate to, despite their different careers and fun to read. 

Though I loved all the characters, my absolute favourite will have to be John, because he was such a good friend. The kind of friend everyone should have. 

Certain Requirements is the kind of book that won't let you go until you turn the last page, and when you do that? You'll be smiling widely, making everyone think you've gone crazy. (Thank God I finished it at night!)

So yeah, go on and preorder this really awesome book!


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