Review Square: At Mother’s Command by Kay Brandt

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy Friday, and welcome to another segment of Review Square. Today, I’m going to get into a book written by Kay Brandt At Mother’s Command.

 

The story begins with a young woman named Max, who had just turned eighteen, and when she discovers that her mother (Stella) was just her surrogate mother things turn upside-down for Max, as she is trying to make sense of what is going on. The world she once lived as a young teenager was no more, and now she is confined into a world that she doesn’t understand; only her real mother (Sumera) could understand.

 

Sumera had good intentions to keep her away from being raised in the lifestyle, but now that Max was all grown up, Sumera is trying to groom her into the business, but it will be up to Max to accept her new mother and the new changes that will come.

 

Wow, this is not bad. In fact, I call this a really good story. Author Kay Brandt came across a story where I was able to get lost in. She kept the flow of the story moving; straight to the point without ever boring me from reading it. In fact, I was left with the anticipation of how the story was going to end, where it leaves room to a sequel. What she wrote was just the beginning for Max, Sumera, Rocco, and Stella, and so far things are coming into play, where I can’t wait to read the next installment by this author.

 

Platinum Read (5 Stars)

 

I not only loved the flow of the story, I enjoyed the drama behind this author. It’s a unique story with the right kind of BDSM elements. The heat level in the story was very descriptive and arousing. I liked how Kay Brandt kept the erotic scenes going, while I read some authors who just write their erotic scene briefly. As the saying goes in writing erotica: go all the way; don’t do it half-ass, and that’s what Author Kay Brandt delivered – a dynamite sex scene without being too cliché or skipping a beat.

 

Five Flames

 

When I rate the suspense level in the story, I wasn’t disappointed. The story started out at first slow and innocent, but Kay Brandt came across with a complete transformation in the story. While I sensed a few parts that were predictable in the story, I stayed interested. While some authors want their readers to understand their character, this author wanted her readers to understand her story. This is what makes it a great story, and here is why I’m giving a full recommendation in the story. Author Kay Brandt has the ability to pull you into her story and keep you interested throughout the read. Please, do not be fooled by the name of the story. There’s a lot more to understand, and I guarantee you won’t be disappointed.

 

Take a bow, Author Kay Brandt.

 

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