Sunday, 2 March 2014

Songs of Submisson by C D Reiss

I have had a reading binge of the Songs of Submission series by C D Reiss.  In total I have read books 1-7 not including the spin off books.  As these are novellas it is quite difficult for me to review them one by one.  Maybe it would have been easier if I had reviewed after reading one book but I was so eager to get onto the next installment that I didn't even think about reviewing them until now.

The Songs of Submission tell the story of Monica, a young woman who is trying to make it in LA as a singer. To make ends meet she works as a waitress in a fancy hotel and it is here that she meets the owner and her boss Jonathan.  They soon begin a 'thing' a relationship is too strong a word to use.  Jonathan admits he is still in love with his ex-wife Jessica and Monica had sworn off men so she could concentrate on her singing career.  But they begin a sexual 'thing' where Monica discovers she likes Jonathan's Dominant side.

The 7 books Beg, Tease, Submit, Control, Resist, Burn and Sing follow their lives and the ups and downs they come across.  The sex is super hot but there is also a story there too which had me in tears in two of the books.  I really enjoyed this series and gave each book 4 stars with the exception of Sing which I gave 3.

Beg is free at the time of writing this so why not try it for yourself.  Here are the links for you Amazon UK and Amazon US.


  1. These serials are addictive and you end up spending more than you would have done for just a full novel :))) I did the same with Not Until You serial by Roni Loren, binged on it, and then bought the whole backlist of her novels. Scary stuff. *sigh* Going to check this one out now :)

    1. I've just gone and got the first one of Not Until You which is also free. Mmmm I feel a new binge coming on. Thanks Karina :)

    2. hahaha, let me know if it worked out for you, Claire! I've binged on CD Reiss thanks to you :)

  2. Great review Claire! :) I've also one-clicked through this serial - it was surprisingly such a great, intense and at times emotional read. Loved it.

    I've read Karina's comments above and went to check Not Until You... the first book wasn't free for me, which I think might be a good thing in my case - no time for "binging" at the moment. I'll leave that one for later. :)


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