Madison Layle have managed to craft one of the best BDSM books
this reader has read and I assure you this reader has read a lot of
reader will find it difficult to wait patiently for the next installment
to land in her hands. Seducing Olivia is definitely a book that
readers will want to add to their permanent bookcase and grabbing each
upcoming installment until they have the entire collection." 5
Angels & Recommended Read!
Fallen Angel Reviews
Olivia by Madison Layle and Anna Leigh Keaton soothed my D/s
craving, ménage loving soul. Totally not expecting a twin brother, I
was more than pleased to fall in love with both of them. For all of
her controlling ways, I was able to see under Olivia’s exterior to
the woman just wanting to be unconditionally loved. At the moment of
her surrender, I had tears in my eyes it was such a sight to behold.
say I enjoyed Seducing Olivia would be as mundane as stating that I
like chocolate; I was utterly and completely spellbound by Seducing
Olivia. This book was so much more than the blurb led me to believe.
So much more that I can’t wait to tell people about this
extraordinary book. I feel it is a must read and I joyfully
Talia Ricci, Joyfully
"Seducing Olivia...makes no secret
about its content, and it is, indeed, very intensely BDSM. I confess
to having a borderline interest in BDSM themed novels, and usually
prefer those that simply play at BDSM, rather than immersing
wholeheartedly in it. That said...I thought authors Layle and Keaton
did a marvelous job penning Incognito: Seducing Olivia! The writing
was absolutely stellar, as was the characterization, the plot,
continutity – I could go on and on.
Indeed, the authors make the depth of
Dylan’s and Ryan’s love for Olivia clear throughout the entire
story, and the two constantly remind Olivia she may use her safe
word whenever she wishes, reassuring both her and the reader that
everything they ask of her is entirely consensual. Incognito:
Seducing Olivia is a must read for anyone who is into BDSM Romances
with Ménage content."
Clovers- Jennifer, Kwips & Kritiques