Don't think.Don't question.Just do.The anonymous note wasn't for me.Don't get me wrong, I'm not in the habit of reading other people's mail, but it was just a piece of paper with a few lines scrawled on it, clearly meant for the apartment upstairs. It looked so innocent, but decidedly— deliciously—it was not.Before replacing the note—and the ones that followed— in its rightful slot, I devoured its contents: suggestions, instructions, commands. Each was more daring, more intricate and more arousing than the last… and I followed them all to the letter.Before the notes, if a man had told me what to do, I'd have told him where to go. But submission is an art, and there's something oddly freeing about doing someone's bidding…especially when it feels so very, very good. But I find that the more I surrender, the more powerful I feel—so it's time to switch up roles.
We play by my rules now.
I can't really talk about this book without giving you spoilers. So I'll be brief. I've read 3 books by Megan Hart and this one is my second best next to "Tempted". In "Switch" Paige (main character) had so many emotions going on that you felt them with her. She started receving notes in her mailbox telling her to do numerous things, however those notes weren't meant for her. It was meant for someone else in another apartment. But it kept arriving at her mailbox. So it became routine for her and she looked forward to her notes and looked forward to acting out what the notes said. I don't think I could have done that. I would have done what she said she would have done and told them where to go (By the book description). But for some reason she felt like she needed that and it helped her become the person she needed to be. Good book for those that enjoy erotic writing, but not too much over the edge.