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Jessie, also known as sunni, is a submissive slave who is in a loving relationship with her Master, Sir Rune.
As I was reading this book, I was thinking it had a different tone or point of view and even now, I can’t exactly put my finger on what in the content made it different. However, the plot fell apart for me because there was so much inner dialogue about first embarking on the journey and then adjusting to it.
To her Jessie has confidence and happiness she yearns for. Once she opens the door to a life she never imagined, a peek through the keyhole is no longer enough, and she must learn what it means to become sage.
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View all 7 comments. My take away was that there are many ways to love but, as with all relationships be it vanilla or kink, nothing is perfect. Once she opens the door to a life she never imagined, a peek through the keyhole is no longer enough, and she must learn what it means to become sage.
There were times I was deeply uncomfortable and other times I found it informative. Mechanics are mentioned e. Later on in the book as she discovers herself, finds out the reasons for her actions, so do we.
Once she opens the door to a life she never imagined, a peek through the keyhole is no longer enough, and she must learn what it means to become sage. Don’t get me wrong, sex is mentioned, but the novel is a well-written 1st-person narrative of one woman’s journey into discovering what she wants and needs out of life.
What made this story even more intriguing was including polyamory to it and watching three people navigate the relationship. I received the book as part of a GoodReads First Reads giveaway.
Two thumbs up to Ms. This is an amazing debut novel by the author and I encourage all those with an open mind to read Becoming sage. It was sometimes spooky how I would think of something only to have her question it in the story. Becoming Sage By Kasi Alexander. Books by Kasi Alexander. I loved this book so much. Jessie, also known as sunni, is a submissive slave who is in a loving becomibg with her Master, Sir Rune.
It was a fun, satisfying ending and I definitely want to read the next installment in The Keyhole Series. Jill is interested beconing dating but fearful she won’t find anything different than the relationship she left. This made me feel a little uncomfortable, like sage is becoming dependent on her partners.
At the same moment, in the same isolated area, a car breaks down. Dec 15, Marie rated it liked it. There were real, human emotions here.
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It syncs automatically with your account and allows you to read online or offline wherever you are. I also learned how important trust, commitment and honest communication were when sunni’s jealousy threatens their whole relationship.
I couldn’t put it down! The book is written beciming the first-person point of view from the perspective of Jill who now goes by the name of sage. With a failed marriage behind her, Jill Marten was looking to start a new chapter in her life. It seemed to me a divorced woman in her 30’s would be more concerned with the long-term significance of a relationship.
Sep 12, Estelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: The writing was so easy and honest that I had trouble putting the book down. The stories chronicle the way they came together and how they deal with the realities of being kinky and polyamorous in a world that doesn’t understand their lifestyle. How would this author handle the subject matter? It isn’t alecander same for everyone.