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Short Story from the Dom's POV: 15 pagesNote from the author:This chapter is taken from my novel, Brie Learns the Art of Submission. Fans have been begging for a scene from Sir’s point of view, but I have resisted because this is Brie’s story. However, there is one scene in the novel (the chapter titled ‘Serving her Khan’) that deserved another POV. Fans could not know allShort Story from the Dom's POV: 15 pagesNote from the author:This chapter is taken from my novel, Brie Learns the Art of Submission. Fans have been begging for a scene from Sir’s point of view, but I have resisted because this is Brie’s story. However, there is one scene in the novel (the chapter titled ‘Serving her Khan’) that deserved another POV. Fans could not know all the work and attention Sir Davis put into setting up Brie’s last fantasy before graduation.It is with a full heart that I give this free gift to you:A chapter written from Sir’s POVYou know I love you, peeps! ~Red PhoenixAdult Material (18+)Warning: This book contains sexually explicit content and scenes that some readers may find objectionable.Show less...

Title : khan lasting impressions sir s pov
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ISBN : 18070294
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Number of Pages : 18 Pages
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  • ↜ƈɦǟռ☂ɛℓℓɛ↝
    2019-04-23 15:07

    ★★★Khan Lasting Impressions by Red Phoenix This is an BDSM erotica short coming in around 18 pages. This is an Amazon freebie. Really nothing new here. This is Khan's POV of Brie's last fantasy. It is short and gives you a bit of his thoughts, but half off it is pulled from Brie Bows to Her Master. I liked seeing his POV, and planning of the scene, but really it left me with more questions, than I even knew I had. Hopefully Maybe some of them will be answered in the After Graduation series. I wasn't really impressed, but it only took like 5 minutes to read, so no harm done. It's enough to give you a little Brie fix, if you need a little boost. I think I would have much rather seen his POV of the Collaring Ceremony.

  • Miranda Whore
    2019-04-24 16:04

    This long awaited glimpse into Sir's mind was amazing. I LOVED seeing things from Sir's POV. Red Phoenix NEVER ever disappoints. The Brie series has had me captivated from the very first chapter. This is the one series that I NEVER miss a release for. I literally can't get enough. I won't give away anything in this one, but if you've read even just one Brie you MUST, must, MUST read Khan: Lasting Impressions (Sir's POV). Review by Mommy's a Book Whore.

  • Honey Warren
    2019-04-15 11:09

    GRRRR that only made me want in Thane's head more!!!! I want to know him inside and out;)

  • Roxy
    2019-04-05 14:13

    Finally we see Sirs point of view. I understand Reds reluctance to voice his side as she was writing Brie's story not Thanes. But as a reader, and fan of the series, I have to say I have wanted to know what he was thinking and feeling all the way through, from the moment he walked into the tobacco store to the final moments at the graduation ceremony. Please give us more from his perspective.I think doing so would also allow all those readers that couldn't warm to him to find a connection to his character.Fascinated to find out unrequited love and suicide is a trigger for him... Need to find out more about the tragedy that created his fear of being loved. Glad I have some explanation as to his reaction to her in that scene. It had me wondering. I desperately want to know his POV the night before graduation when he told her trainers were off limits and the night of graduation when she presents her collar. Thoroughly enjoyed seeing the story from Thanes side.

  • Mummy's Naughty Corner
    2019-04-08 07:59

    Cover :- 5 starsSex/steaminess :- 4 starsStory line :- 4 starsCharacters :- 4 starsOverall rating :-4.25 starsPersonal rating :- 4 starsBook Pairing:- M/FDid it give me a book hangover :- NoIs this a review book or personal read :- Personal readWhy I chose this book?I loved the Brie set and wanted to read this.What I liked about this book.* Great to have the scene from masters View* It worked well with the full story.* I quick engaging read.What I didn't like about this book.Considering it is a freebie and special thank you to readers there isn't much wrong with it.Would I read more from this author?YesWould I recommend this book?Yes to kink lovers.

  • Athena Bianco
    2019-03-28 14:01

    I also loved Brie's journey, I love the fact that you started it from no experience at all for her, the idea of the training school and other beginners was a wonderful journey to go on throughout the series, I love all the characters and their paths as well, each one is a vital part to the series and for Brie on her journey. The journey was intended for Brie but I found myself falling in love with Sir and his own personal journey to realizing what he wants and needs. I have read and re-read this series over and over. I would love any other novellas you may entice us with, even on the other characters lives. I look forward to your future musings.

  • Frances P. Foster
    2019-03-27 15:00

    So worth knowing. I never realized how much I missed Brie. even now knowing Thane's heart wanted her he still was her Master. I only wish now Thane had his story from the start of the first meet of Brie and how hard it was to try and stay away from the goddess of his heart. Red Phoenix is an amazing author of every book she touches. the gift she has to pull you in and fall in love with not just the story but the characters themselves. if you haven't read the Brie series please do yourself a favor. start now you won't regret it.

  • ☆ Eyes On The Stars ☆
    2019-04-25 13:29

    Funny enough, no matter that I would have rated the other books 6 out of 5 stars if possible ... I just didn't like Sir's POV. I feel like it didn't have the 'voice' that I thought of as Sir. As in, it still sounded like Brie talking. Was it bad? No ... just not what I think it could have been. Any extra insight with this series is appreciated, but I just wasn't feeling this one. Ah well. :)

  • Jane
    2019-04-09 08:59

    Brie is still in training; this time with Khan and he reads her fantasy and plans an evening to make it happen. At the end of the evening he is still Khan: Lasting Impression of Brie stays with him although some of his plans fell out of the fantasy with just one wrong word. The story is written from Sir's point of view and shows his reactions and control issues with Brie, a sub he find almost irresistible.

  • Dαɴιjα
    2019-04-15 14:29

    Oh, Sir, Sir... You've answered some of my questions, but raised many more. You've intrigued me. This was Sir's POV from the time he played the role of Khan in Brie's last fantasy. It was nice to get in his mind for a little while, but I certainly wanted more. In fact, just when I thought I would read something important about him, the story ended. At 86%. Oh, well, I guess I'll find out everything I need to know about him in After Graduation series, just like Brie.

  • Jacque
    2019-03-28 11:01

    It is rare when an author goes back into a story and provides a new point of view for an already stimulating book passage. This added extra gives a new depth and meaning to the original book. It answers so many questions and yet leaves me wanting so much more. To be given a glimpse into Sir's mind is a treat I will not soon forget. If you have not read the original scene, or the entire Brie series I highly recommend it.

  • Shay
    2019-04-21 11:24

    I just finished KHAN, Lasting Impressions and loved it. This is picked up from Brie Learns the Art of Submission and you will be able to know in Sir (Thane's) POV. It was good to read this so you could see how he was starting to feel for Brie. You have to read Brie's story first or you would not understand what is going on. You will love this!Story 5Sex 5Overall 5+++Reviewed by Beggin from Mommys a Book Whore

  • Lilly Heart
    2019-04-03 09:12

    This was one of my favorite scenes in the book. In'Brie learns the very of submission' we see the whole scene in Brie's pov. This is Sir's pov and it was a welcome change. Seeing the same scene from two pov's was brilliant. How one saw it was completely different how the other saw it, but they still can have the same outcome.It's only short but you have to read it.

  • Cindy
    2019-04-24 11:22

    Having read the Brie series this was a fun read. I enjoyed seeing how Sir's POV would be. How he had to work so hard to reframe from taking Brie that first night of her Khan fantasy.

  • Sanet
    2019-04-25 10:07

    yup... in a series like this you need a male POV... just to mix it up and help us see the man behind the man. DO I think it needed it .... mmmm perhapsSir takes Brie out for her last fantasy as written up in her was kinky, hot and well written... did I want to know about his inner struggle .. not really. It was okay... I might have shipped it if it was longer

  • Lilly Heart
    2019-04-07 09:05

    This is one of my favorite scenes in the book. I loved Brie's fantasy but seeing it from Sir's POV wow! I loved how when he read her fantasy he smiled and started thinking how he can make it appear yo this day and age.I loved the whole theatre bit in the book, but with Dir' s POV how different he saw the same scene. It was interesting and pure genius.

  • JG ~Jezabell Girl & Friends
    2019-04-07 10:17

    For all of the Brie fans out there this is a little additional treat from Red Phoenix being a POV from Sir.I loved this little story and it gave a different perspective on the scene from the auction from Brie's time with Sir.

  • Marla
    2019-04-08 09:22

    It's been so many books imagining what Sir thinks, how he feels! Τrying to guess his feelings reading behind his words, looks, gestures..! And now we have a small glimpse of what's happening inside his head, his heart and why he acts as he acts. HAPPY - HAPPY moment!!!!!! :) :) :)

  • Jeanne
    2019-04-07 13:20

    In this short, we get to see what Brie's fantasy was like from Sir's perspective. It helped to understand a little better why he immediately stopped the scene when Brie mentioned love.I think I want more from Sir's POV, but I might get what I need once I read Brie Embraces...

  • Lin #Historical lover...❤️
    2019-04-08 16:10

    This didn't do it for me.I did not feel sir in this.and since he and I have such a strong connection, I feel that he was not really here.I may be a bit mad for how unfulfilled he left me in the end.

  • Kat
    2019-04-16 09:27

    It's actually hotter the second time around and from Thane's point of view. I would have preferred a blended story from the original book, combining both Thane's & Brie's point of view. Especially after reading this lovely nugget.

  • Becky
    2019-04-21 09:08

    While it is always nice to get alternate POVs I would have much rathered learned about Thane's POV at the collaring ceremony. This book was a bit of a waste for me since this one was pretty clear how he would have been feeling. I was disappointed.

  • Sarah
    2019-04-17 15:22

    This is just a short snippet but it was nice to see things from sir's point of view. I definitely had no issues paying for it and the story being all in one place versus having to go to various interviews on the web to find all the parts.

  • BDSM newbie
    2019-04-13 15:18

    This is a great little read that complements the full story perfectly. I just wish it was longer as I'm a huge fan of bries story and I would have loved this to be longer. The scene is well written and enjoyable. If you like quick little reads get this.

  • Deborah
    2019-04-09 15:08

    Thanks Red for giving us masters point of view of this scene. It sure gives us a better insight to his feelings. This story is just phenomenal! Love love love it!

  • Jo
    2019-04-25 16:16

    Loved reading Sir's point of view on the collaring ceremony, it was great to see his side of the story!

  • Tia
    2019-04-06 13:09

    I wished Red would write Sir's POV for all of the graduation novels. I can most definitely say I love knowing how he is feeling. It makes the Brie novels better.

  • Aղցela W.
    2019-04-05 10:10

    This was a good little story

  • Ella Dominguez
    2019-04-19 10:27

    What a nice addition to the Brie series. If only there were more. But as usual, R. Phoenix teases us, only to leave us wanting more. What a cruel Mistress she is.

  • Jinny
    2019-04-24 16:08

    I needed more......