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Mad About Her by Serenity Snow

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After breaking up with her girlfriend, reporter Chloe Driver goes through the motions of living, but never really getting on with her life. Then, fate intervenes and Chloe is brought face-to-face with her ex, Darice.

Chloe is sure she can do the story without allowing her feelings to the surface, but she realizes she wants her girlfriend back. However, Chloe has competition for Darice. The woman is willing to do anything to win including destroying Chloe and Darice’s lives.

But Darice has a dark side of her own, and it hungers for Chloe. Darice is willing to cross every boundary to protect Chloe and keep her in her life.

Be Warned: f/f sex, BDSM, spanking, whipping, sex toys

 

Excerpt:

Pain prickled through her like a thousand needle pricks at once. Her hand went to her stomach even as her heart still rebelled. Her head told her she had to trust what she’d seen, the lipstick and the perfume, but her heart—it just didn’t want to believe.

“I don’t want to hear the rest,” she said softly as tears formed behind her eyes and stung their way free.

“Darice is still negotiating a contract with her. Be U, the clothing company,” Simone told her. “The woman had been coming on strong and dangling the contract in front of Darice but refusing to follow through, leaving Darice frustrated.”

“So, she just gave in,” Chloe said in an anguished tone.

“It’s a big contract, and it could really rake in the dough for Darice, but no.”

Chloe’s head snapped around, confusion filled her. “What?”

“Zyra said she heard Darice tell the other woman that she wasn’t interested. She had a girlfriend,” Simone told her. “Nothing happened, Chloe. Zyra said Darice threw her out.”

“And I just pushed her right into that woman’s arms,” she said on a sob. “I can’t believe it. Why didn’t she try to make me listen?”

“Probably because you didn’t want to hear,” Simone said gently. “And I understand. Your last girlfriend was a real slut, but Darice isn’t. She’s a little emotionally reserved, but Zyra said she’s been like that since she’s known her. I can tell she had feelings for you by the way she looked at you when she thought no one was watching.”

She’d always felt Darice watching her but when she looked her way, Darice’s eyes would be someplace else. “I threw away a perfectly good relationship,” she said, pain making her voice shrill. “No wonder she was so distant today. I feel like an idiot. She’s probably seeing the woman now. Getting the contract should be a breeze.”

“She’s not seeing anyone. In fact, Darice is crashing in our guestroom.”

She blinked. “You should have left me a message.”

“I wanted to tell you face-to-face,” Simone said with a laugh. “She’s looking for a place though.”

Chloe wiped away a hot tear as regret burned through her. “I was scared. I didn’t want to get played again, Simone.”

“You know what?” Simone asked capturing her friend’s hand.

“What?”

“If I‘d kicked my woman out, but I still loved her,” Simone said softly. “I’d call her up and tell her to bring her ass home.”

Chloe laughed despite the pain clenching her heart. “Are you kidding?”

“No.” Simone laughed too. “I would. I swear. After all, she is your woman. You have every right to her.”

“That’s crazy,” Chloe protested. “Any way, she’ll just tell me to go to hell.”

“The question is, do you want her back?” Simone asked. “Ask yourself that and if you do, go get her.”

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  1. Love Bytes 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th May 2016

    I always appreciate a story told in third person and from dual point-of-view, as was the case with Mad About Her.

    The story begins with Chloe arriving home and overhearing one side of her live-in lover Darice’s telephone conversation. She puts two and two together, comes up with deceit and kicks Darice out. This to me is a lesson in how not to show your love and supposed trust of your lover. Chloe didn’t even give Darice a chance to explain, nor does Darice bother trying to. The reasons why become abundantly clear further on in the story.

    Marie is a nasty piece of work hell-bent on causing grief for Darice and driving her and Chloe apart, something Chloe’s lack of being able to trust makes easy for Marie to do.

    I loved it when Chloe realized the error of her ways. The love making session, whipping was delightful. What eventuated at the end of the session, not so much. Oh and this piece of dialogue confused me – “They’d engaged in S&M but this felt like it was about to go beyond that into the realm of BDSM, the darker side of sex and love.” Is S&M not part of BDSM? *shrugs*

    Moving on, there are some great secondary characters, the leading ladies had some wonderful and supportive friends. Zyra and Simone come to mind.

    When Chloe and Darice eventually sort their shit out, Marie resorts to trying to destroy Darice’s career.

    From this point the story took a complete turn. Talk of hit people, Darice having blood on her hands, mention of one women being a survivor of incest… and I was like wow, where did all this come from and where is it going? And as quickly as the tension built it fizzled out.

    The end was wrapped up in a tidy bow. I’m sure others will love it but I felt a tad let down.

    Verdict. If you don’t mind angst caused by mistrust and lack of communication, and don’t overthink things as I freely admit I tend to do, this story might be just the ticket for you.


  2. Mad About Her 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Apr 2016


    I always appreciate a story told in third person and from dual point-of-view, as was the case with Mad About Her.

    The story begins with Chloe arriving home and overhearing one side of her live-in lover Darice’s telephone conversation. She puts two and two together, comes up with deceit and kicks Darice out. This to me is a lesson in how not to show your love and supposed trust of your lover. Chloe didn’t even give Darice a chance to explain, nor does Darice bother trying to. The reasons why become abundantly clear further on in the story.

    Marie is a nasty piece of work hell-bent on causing grief for Darice and driving her and Chloe apart, something Chloe’s lack of being able to trust makes easy for Marie to do.

    I loved it when Chloe realized the error of her ways. The love making session, whipping was delightful. What eventuated at the end of the session, not so much. Oh and this piece of dialogue confused me – “They’d engaged in S&M but this felt like it was about to go beyond that into the realm of BDSM, the darker side of sex and love.” Is S&M not part of BDSM? *shrugs*

    Moving on, there are some great secondary characters, the leading ladies had some wonderful and supportive friends. Zyra and Simone come to mind.

    When Chloe and Darice eventually sort their s*** out, Marie resorts to trying to destroy Darice’s career.

    From this point the story took a complete turn. Talk of hit people, Darice having blood on her hands, mention of one women being a survivor of incest… and I was like wow, where did all this come from and where is it going? And as quickly as the tension built it fizzled out.

    The end was wrapped up in a tidy bow. I’m sure others will love it but I felt a tad let down.

    Verdict. If you don’t mind angst caused by mistrust and lack of communication, and don’t overthink things, this story might be just the ticket for you.


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