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Brie's Tokyo Tryst

af Red Phoenix

Serier: Submissive in Love (Serial 1)

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This is a very sad chapter in the Brie series. Since I have not completed it, I truly hope that the ending of this book isn't the end of the character arc for Tono. He is the one character in all the books I have read that I had a hard time accepting as the choice for the heroine in a love triangle.

If you have read this series you know who Tono is, you might have had some misgivings about Brie choosing Sir instead of him. However, after thinking on it, I know that Sir is the right choice. Brie needs more than what the Kinbaku master can offer.

That being said, I was crushed at the end of this book, and crushed at the heartache in it. I am really hoping that there is a happy ending for Tono.

Synopsis in brief:

Brie and Sir travel to Tokyo to lend support to Tono while his father is on his deathbed. This is sad because Tono is broken, Tono's mother is being very difficult and basically Tono has to put up with her being this way. Brie meets up again with Tono's father on his deathbed where he tells her that he regretted telling Tono that she wasn't right for him. This is crushing because if he hadn't made that proclamation back at the collaring ceremony Brie would have chose Tono instead of braving asking Sir to be her master. Tono's father eventually passes and Brie and Sir are there with the family for the funeral ceremonies.

There is less erotic scenes in this book because of the general nature of the story, but there is a scene where Sir and Brie go out with Tono to offer him a bit of a respite from his trying times.

That's how I am going to leave this. ( )
  Rellwood74 | Feb 18, 2021 |
As always Mistress Red brings us the joys of the relationship that has grown between Brie and Sir. A trip to Tokyo to visit Tono, the Asian Dom. We witness some amazing rituals in the Japanese culture. The Jute scene was simply awe inspiring. The words to describe this scene were amazing. We encounter some fun between to the exceptional doms along with quiet moments between Sir and Brie. I have missed the journey of Brie and look forward to hearing all about the submissive in love. ( )
  bridgetcrusan | Apr 5, 2016 |
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