Last summer I got the opportunity to review Diary of a Submissive by Sophie Morgan, I absolutely loved the story. It’s basically the story of how she became (or realized she was) a submissive. I also happened to enjoy the mindset of a submissive. When the release of No Ordinary Love Story passed me by (it’s been a busy winter and spring) I mentioned to Sophie on Twitter that I needed to get on top of reading that. I didn’t actually say that, so pun is intended.
Anyway, she sent me a copy of No Ordinary Love Story to review. A real life book! Yes, a Kindle addict actually read a book. So yes, I broke down and read a real life book and it was totally worth it. I have to say, Sophie had me laughing at the first paragraph.
No Ordinary Love Story picks up where Diary of a Submissive ended. She’s still getting over her breakup with James when Thomas and Charlotte introduce her to Adam. Neither were keen on being in a relationship, but they somehow end up chatting each other up online. One things leads to another and Sophie seems to have found her other half – a man to be her partner and her Dominant.
I liked Adam almost the minute he walked into Sophie’s life. It would seem that I appreciate the mind fuck more than the pain in the submissive mindset. Really, it’s the sociologist in me that likes it… But to answer the question you might be wondering about; no, I didn’t feel the need to safe word during this story like I almost did in Diary of a Submissive. I give Adam and Sophie credit though, they have some deviously creative minds, and it makes for a very interesting and fun read.
I thought this story was better written then Diary of a Submissive, it had a flow more like a novel and was totally engaging. It was very easy to get lost and wonder what type of kinkiness they would get into, and if they would work out for the long haul.
If you were left wondering what happened after reading Diary of a Submissive, then you’ll love this book. If you haven’t read Diary of a Submissive, I would suggest reading that first. But, you could certainly pick up this book and follow the story with no trouble.