I'd do nothing but reading if I could (ok, maybe eat some great food, buy some fancy shoes between two books...oh, and spend some quality time with the gorgeous guy I married while I am on reading-break anyway...)
This was a well-written book and I think I learnt A LOT about painsluts and how to be a good Dom and why someone would want to be a Sub and so on.
Normally I rather stay away from BDSM, it is not really my cup of tea, and even more important, most authors are unable to pull it off for me. Meaning it is imo either icky, totally unbelievable or simply badly written. As if the role of Dom or Sub would also limit the characters to mere stereotypes. Most authors I read didn't make me buy into this world.
(I've been reading the wrong ones, I know...)
But this one was entertaining and even hot for a vanilla girl like me.
I liked the characters and their development and the story of GFY in the sense of "having been gay/bi all along, but only now realizing it", which is much more realistic in my humble opinion (I just find a real "GFY" story hard to believe because I think it is very rare that someone always has been straight, never ever had any sexual thoughts/fantasies about men and suddenly wants to give a blowjob, just because the right person came his way - also wouldn't this mean, that in the end you could choose your sexuality? In the converse argument you then tell the gay guy "just wait for the right girl"? I don't think so.)