Echoes of Submission Book 1 by Anabelle Sunday is one of those books you will find hard to put down in fact, I would be surprised if you did not finish it in one good afternoon as the author’s style of writing is light yet somehow enticing, with the main character Echo so delightfully written that she really does grow on you.
Now what’s it all about you ask well Echo has just broken up with her boyfriend Chadwick Gilbert, while at the same time awakening to the fact that she has a craving for BDSM in the bedroom which really was all her ex was good for.
After a chance meeting or should I say chance accident she meet the very handsome Quinn Bennett who she ends up owing a lot of money too and after some toing and froing agrees to being his slave as a way to repay him.
All in all I really enjoyed this short story, the storyline is well written with the characters all playing their part. If I had to find a fault and I am not sure it’s really a fault I was left so hanging at the end, wanting just that bit more, so in essence I guess the author did her job as I will definitely be reading the next instalment!
About The Author
Anabelle Sunday grew up in Greensboro, North Carolina but now lives in Spokane, Washington. She grew up reading authors like Piers Anthony, Stephen King, Judy Blume, V.C. Andrews, Mary Higgins Clark and Anne Rice. A book wasn’t just something to read, it was a ticket to a fantastic world. Imagine her surprise when she realized that creating those fictional worlds was almost as much fun as reading about them.
Anabelle’s published her first book, Chemical Reactions, in December of 2013 and has since published several more. See the titles page for the full list. Anabelle enjoys writing erotic romance because both love and sex are fascinating subjects to explore, and because love is the most powerful, completely illogical emotion on earth.
When she’s not writing, Anabelle enjoys hiking, playing piano, reading, tennis and pretending that her cat Winky is a real house elf. She will never give him clothes.