Kara Hastings’ brother Ted stole thirty
thousand dollars to gamble with from his boss Slade Westin.
Kara is desperate to get her brother out of trouble and keep
him out of jail so she offers Slade all the money she can
scrounge together to pay half of his debt. After meeting
Kara just once Slade decides he’ll not prosecute Ted if Ted
gets help and Kara agrees to marry him. Slade wants a wife
and a submissive. Seeing no other choice, Kara agrees but
being Slade’s submissive is going to be extremely difficult
for her. Kara was brutally raped when she was seven years
old and the emotional scars run deep. Slade and Kara’s
unconventional marriage becomes a learning process for both
of them, but if Slade pushes Kara too far he’ll lose her.
Can Kara learn to trust and can Slade learn to accept that
there are some things Kara has to learn on her own?
Kara often recalls the horrific events
of her rape when she was just a child in His Perfect
Submissive. They are vividly described and very
difficult to read. Kara is incredibly strong although she
thinks of herself as weak. Slade is compassionate, loving
and patient with Kara. The BDSM in His Perfect
Submissive is actually pretty mild. The story is
more about Kara’s healing. Kara is a survivor and with
Slade’s help she is finally able to find peace and pleasure
in life again. I really felt that Slade was perfect for Kara
in every way. His Perfect Submissive has some
very disturbing images but it’s a poignant story and has a
really wonderful ending.