Madison Garrett is an undercover
reporter for a magazine. Her cousin Rob wants her to go
undercover into a bondage club in order to ferret out a
rogue Master who is harming the female submissives that
frequent the club. Agreeing to the job, Madison is angered
to find out that the magazine's vice president, Drake
Williams doesn't think she has what it takes to convince
anyone that she is a sexual submissive. Madison pleads and
promises that she can be a sexual submissive and that all
she needs is training. Madison doesn't know what she is
asking; it seems that Drake is a sexual Dominant and wants
to be the man to train her.
Drake Williams can't believe Madison
Garrett is threatening to go into the bondage club on her
own. Exacting a promise from her, he vows to train her to be
a sex slave so that her cover isn't blown. Drake is counting
on the fact that his instincts are correct; Madison secretly
wants to be submissive to a Dominant and he is just the man
for the job. Drake engages Madison on a five day journey
into sexual submission and dominance. Just when Drake thinks
he can break her and make her change her mind, Madison
throws him for a loop and dreams of her being the perfect
submissive begin to take place in his mind.
to a crashing halt when one of Drake's lessons goes awry.
While Drake is unable to stop her, Madison disregards his
orders and sets out on her own to find the rogue Master –
what she finds will make her world come to a crashing halt.
After reading No One But Madison
by Doreen Orsini, I found myself sitting alone in complete
silence and just thinking – thinking about the
Dominant/submissive scenes in this book and the fact that
they were so intense and real to me. No One But
Madison took my breath away and consumed me at the
same time. In-your-face intense with the right amount of
tenderness, this book set me aflame. Drake was a harsh
Master, but at the same time, never would he have harmed
Madison. Madison’s personality was not that of a typical
‘sub’. With her fiery individuality and self-determination
she was a bit harder to love. Sheer stubbornness coated her
personality until the very moment she finally gave control
over to Drake. When that happened, it was a beautiful sight
No One But Madison
explored the BDSM scene with a no-holds-barred and unashamed
look at the dangers from such a lifestyle, as well as the
love that can grow between two people who trust each other.
No One But Madison delivers a powerful
emotional charge that I am still feeling hours after
finishing it. No One But Madison made me hold
my breath, wince, and even get teary eyed. I would not have
missed it for the world and readers shouldn’t either. I
emphatically and joyfully recommend No One But Madison.
It is simply outstanding and belongs on a keeper shelf to be
read over and over.