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Changing Perspectives

Changing Perspectives

Written by Jen Silver

Narrated by Nicola Victoria Vincent


Changing Perspectives

Written by Jen Silver

Narrated by Nicola Victoria Vincent

ratings:
4/5 (22 ratings)
Length:
6 hours
Released:
Jul 16, 2019
ISBN:
9781094208480
Format:
Audiobook

Description

London, 1993

Art director, Dani Barker, lives life on the edge and getting into a fight in a lesbian leather bar on a Friday night isn’t an unusual occurrence.

Camila Callaghan, finance director for a large company, feels satisfied with her life in most respects. She enjoys her job and thinks it’s necessary to stay in the closet to maintain the position she’s worked hard to achieve.

When Dani and Camila meet, they both sense an attraction, but is it merely curiosity with each other’s contrasting lives? Dani hopes that Camila can be the partner she has longed for since her earliest forays into SM. The boundaries of Camila’s settled world start to blur as she questions her own feelings for Dani and what she represents.

Will their differences make a long-term relationship achievable? A change of perspective for both women is needed if they are to reach this goal.

Released:
Jul 16, 2019
ISBN:
9781094208480
Format:
Audiobook

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    1 person found this helpful

    Great story, nicely read. There is a BDSM theme but it is more a lifestyle evolution than scenes and settings. Rather than be about BDSM, the lifestyle is simply organic in the central character’s lives and they develop within BDSM as much as they do in their romantic relationships. It’s nice to see acceptance of BDSM as a sexual orientation, as much as gender attraction and see people deal with it the same way they do all of the other aspects of their sexuality.

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