BECOMING SAGE KASI ALEXANDER PDF

BECOMING SAGE KASI ALEXANDER PDF

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Jul 27, June Stevens rated it it was amazing.

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I highly recommend this book to one and all. Power, communication, and self-discovery are the heart of the story, and I loved it.

It looked like a lot of work but judging by sage’s reactions, one that was very worth it. I can’t tell you why.

I loved how the answers were shared – so simple and straight forward to becming point where I found myself agreeing with her. That said, this seems to be a very true depiction of a previously “vanilla” person being introduced to an entirely new life.

Contact About Omnific Submissions. I wish more attention had been given to the long-term considerations of a polyamorous relationship e. Couldn’t be farther from the truth. Web, Tablet, Phone, eReader.

Sunni, I admit that I liked her more than I did Sage. I find myself a little speechless and in awe. Written from her point of view, I loved being able to watch how she processed everything and how she reasoned things out.

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Unfortunately the differences between the two are still a bit fuzzy for me. When she accepts Jessie’s invitation to a party, in order to “try something completely different,” it awakens a need to discover her place in a new community. As humans, we make mistakes as we discover more about ourselves and how we want to give as well as receive love. What are the differences? I appreciate the fact the author showed in the story how there is no perfect relationship.

Kasi Alexander for writing a fiction that could bring a reader to a different reality from what most of us live in. When she accepts Jessie’s invitation to a party, in order to “try something completely different,” it awakens a need to discover her place in a new community.

Please view eBay estimated delivery times at the top of the listing. Now I regret not reading it sooner and cannot wait to read the second installment.

Becoming Sage (The Keyhole, #1) by Kasi Alexander

It’s one of those books that makes a lasting impression, one that has had me thinking ever since I read the first page and feeling completely inadequate because I still feel like I haven’t. Aug 09, Belinda Boring rated it it was amazing.

To her Jessie has confidence and happiness she yearns for. Things start to get complicated when sunni’s ex tracks her down, claiming he’s found God wants to be together again, and a video of sunni and Sir Rune doing a dramatic scene at the Keyhole ends up on television. No trivia or quizzes yet.

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Her discoveries are so much more than sexual, and the tale becomes more of an experience, Enter contest here: I couldn’t put it down!

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Jessie, also known as sunni, is With a failed marriage behind her, Jill Marten was looking to start a new chapter in her life. Does Sir tend to find the relationship freeing as well? This book wasn’t all about sex, wlexander it told the story of how a vanilla sex-lovin’ woman became seduced by her friend and her Dom.

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A glimpse of Sir Rune and sunni before sage. I’m beoming to know that this is the first in a series and I’m curious to see what aspect Kasi will explore next. He takes the detour. I can’t say I enjoyed it, exactly, because the characters put themselves through so much weird stuff that I couldn’t relate to, but it was fascinating, well documented, and well written