"Alpha males have been a staple in romance for years. Who doesn't like a man who knows what he wants and goes after it? BDSM just takes it a step farther."
Arlington, Texas (PRWEB) August 06, 2012
What is the obsession that American women have with the BDSM erotica novel? Many have speculated that the fantasy of being swept off your feet and totally dominated by a man is very appealing for the modern American woman. "Alpha males have been a staple in romance for years. Who doesn't like a man who knows what he wants and goes after it? BDSM just takes it a step farther", says Sherri Hayes, author of Need. Whatever the reason, there is no denying that Fifty Shades of Grey, along with the growing popularity of e-readers, has brought the erotica genre to the masses.
"Need", which is the second installment in the "Finding Anna" series, deals with BDSM as Fifty Shades of Grey did, but readers will be surprised with the series sensitivity and beauty. Brianna is dealing with demons from her past, and Stephan is just the man to help show her for the first time how the love of another human being can dispel those demons forever. By becoming the man she wants, he in turn gives her what she needs. Where as other BDSM stories focus on the sexual aspects of the lifestyle, The Finding Anna series show how the relationship of Dominant and Submissive can evolve and grow.
Although these topics are controversial in and of themselves, The Finding Anna series also brings the subject of human trafficking to the front line. From the very beginning the reader is immersed into the seedy world of the sex trafficker, and the horrors that the victims of such atrocities face. Ms. Hayes’s depiction of a world few readers are aware truly exists, touches on our most fundamental fears. Readers feel what Brianna faces on a daily basis to bring her back the freedoms in her life.
The praise and attention that the "Finding Anna" series is receiving proves that The Writer's Coffee Shop Publishing House still has an eye for what women like to read.
Both books in the "Finding Anna" series are available on Amazon, B&N, iBooks, and The Writer's Coffee Shop Publishing House for purchase.
Need by Sherri Hayes