Haven of Obedience

Haven of Obedience

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You've devoured Fifty Shades ...Now it's time to lose yourself in the Haven of Obedience Twenty-something Londoner Natalie Bowen is envied by many, but her personal life is a disaster. Men can't cope with her career success and Natalie thinks she'll never find real happiness. Then she hears about an exclusive weekend retreat called The Haven, a place that specialises in introducing you to pleasures you could never have imagined. Shocked at the idea, but unable to resist finding out more, Natalie decides it's time to put her fears behind her. Once at The Haven, Natalie meets the enigmatic and disciplined Simon, a man who is used to getting what he wants. And Natalie may very well have met her match ...show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 126 x 198 x 24mm | 240.4g
  • Little, Brown Book Group
  • Sphere
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0751550515
  • 9780751550511
  • 73,239

About Marina Anderson

Marina Anderson is the pseudonym of a British author, whose novels have been published all over the world.show more

Rating details

2,551 ratings
3.16 out of 5 stars
5 21% (530)
4 20% (517)
3 27% (679)
2 19% (491)
1 13% (334)

Our customer reviews

Despite the similar subject of bondage, this story reads more like a porno script than a novel. The sex scenes are not sexy, it's more sex because the author wanted the book to be hot. It is fast paced. I read the whole book in under 2 hours. I am unsure what the 2 main characters liked about each other. 90% of the time they spent together was sexual. So the relationship between them left me confused. It wasn't real BDSM, it was about women being submissive and men learning how to give women orgasms. It's not the best I have read. It's not a book I would read again. It's not even a good introduction to the world of bondage. The rules, safety measures and emotion between the master and submissive is missing. Natalie's friendship with Jan is also strange. How 2 women who are as close as sisters, and talk at least 3 times a week can go without speaking for as long as they did and it is ok because Jan was having casual sex confused me. Also, the secrecy of Haven is understandable due to the sensitive nature of the experience, but it is more like a sex hotel than a true exploration of your inner desires and pleasures. Your connection to your own body and your partners is lacking.show more
by Rebecca Woodward
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