Monday, 30 May 2016

Review: Disgrace (The Choices Trilogy) by Dee Palmer

*****5 Stars*****

You know, when I read Dee Palmer's first book (Never A Choice) I loved it. I knew it was a part of a trilogy and eagerly hoped to get the chance to review the second book (Always A Choice). I did and it was even better!
As the trilogy came to an end with the third book (The Only Choice) I was not only invested in the characters but the sub-characters too. So I was overjoyed to hear about a new book, tied to the trilogy but that could be read as a standalone. Ethan's Fall was brilliant!
And so we come to Disgrace.
Also connected to The Choices Trilogy, this can be read as a standalone too. This book was fantastic! It's a really great love story with enough kink in it to get your pulse racing! I guarantee you'll love it!
Jason is a phenomenal character. Someone who knows what he wants and does what he needs to do, to get it. Selena is tough as nails. She's got a reputation and doesn't take bull from anyone. How can two Doms work?
This story has so much to offer. It's beautifully written and well edited. There are amusing moments, lots of anxious moments (I felt sick to my stomach at least once), plenty of shout at your kindle moments, love, lust and so much more! It's dark in some places, saccharin in others. It's got something for everyone.
It is, in my opinion, Dee Palmer's best work yet. It's perfect!
Reviewed by Vivienne Kauffer 

I shamed my name. I am a whore. I am a disgrace. I’m all the things my mother made me. I wear my badge with pride because I know the truth, and only those worth a damn see me for who I am, not the label I choose to hide behind.
I am a Domme. I would still rather be a whore than a hypocrite like my mother, or a victim like the daughter she raised me to be.
As Mistress Selina, I can bring a grown man to his knees without so much as a crack of my handmade whip. I love the power and control—what’s not to love? I must be mad to even consider Dominant club owner and King of Kink Jason Sinclair’s proposition.
Two Doms don’t make a right.
Self-preservation has kept me at a safe distance from the one man who could change all that. The only man who wields power like a sensual sword and keeps me balanced on that knife’s edge. My choice is simple: He wants me to switch for him. But if I do, will I bleed or will I fall?


  1. Couldn't agree more!!!! Absolutely loved this book!!!!

  2. Couldn't agree more!!!! Absolutely loved this book!!!!