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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Sabrina’s Seduction is a work of romance fiction with BDSM relationships and sexual content and was penned by author Anna Hague. The novella continues the Love Strictly Tested series with this second volume, as central character Sabrina struggles to relate to her best friend after discovering she is a submissive in a BDSM relationship. But when her studies of the sociological implications of the lifestyle lead her to meet the dominant Cameron Terry, Sabrina starts to have curiosities and cravings of her own. As she struggles with the identity she thought she had versus these strange new desires, so begins Sabrina’s re-evaluation of what she truly needs from life.
This novella can be read as a stand-alone but also connects characters from previous works by the author. It gives a frank and eye-opening look at the psychology and temptation of the submissive lifestyle through the eyes of a young woman with a very conservative upbringing. Author Anna Hague does a great job with Sabrina’s initial characterization, creating a naïve but likable college student who reacts quite appropriately, shocked by the lifestyle she is suddenly thrown into. There’s plenty of realistic humor in the initial setup, and when Sabrina begins to understand and participate in the submissive role, fans of BDSM erotic fiction will not be disappointed by the variety of scenes and the intensity of passion with which Hague writes. For its intended audience, Sabrina’s Seduction is sure to prove an exciting, intriguing and highly re-readable work of fiction.