REVIEW: In Sir's Arms

REVIEW: In Sir's Arms

Read a review of In Sir's Arms by Red Phoenix. 

Anyone who has completed the first 14 books of this series and who is eager to read about BDSM and action.

Sir Davis is healing from his wounds after the plane crash and is determined more than ever to eliminate the threat to Brie and their daughter. But when Brie doesn't let him, or his team, take life into their own hands, they must get creative. Thankfully Rytsar is always close by, finding a temporary solution, we wait to see what becomes of this evil.

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REVEIW: Her Russian Returns

REVEIW: Her Russian Returns

Read a review of Her Russian Returns by Red Phoenix.

You should read this book if you have already started the series of Brie's Submission and are interested in the BDSM theme.

Rytsar has found himself in a cold dark dungeon that he is not the master of. Starving, broken and near death an unlikely furry friend finds him and helps him hold on a little longer, until someone of the human persuasion can come set them both free.
Now healing back on the state's with Thane and Brie, Rytsar is determined to prove his honor, worth and loyalty.

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REVIEW: Ruthless King

REVIEW: Ruthless King

Read a review of Ruthless King by Meghan March.

Keira’s recently deceased husband didn’t just cheat on her, he siphoned money from the distillery, and he signed a half a million dollar promissory note to the kingpin of New Orleans’s underworld. Now that he’s gone, Keira is left with a struggling business and a debt to the notorious Lachlan Mount.

If Fifty Shades of Grey made you blush, this is not the book for you. This book is for people who don’t mind stories that are gritty, angsty, or dark and twisty. This isn’t your grandma’s romance. This is a new and darker side to Meghan March!

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REVEIW: Skin Deep

REVEIW: Skin Deep

Read a review of Skin Deep by Alice La Roux.

Since the moment they met at a trade show Avalon has intrigued Zeke. Her carefully crafted persona is juxtaposed by the original art work hidden beneath her clothes. Original art put there by Zeke himself. But what happens when the session is over? It’s late at night, and no one is around.

La Roux’s writing style is captivating. She’s definitely one to watch.

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REVIEW: Seeking Justice

REVIEW: Seeking Justice

Read a review of Seeking Justice by Rivi Jacks.

Jacks offers great character development for all characters, not just the Liam and Cait. The flow of the story is well paced and pleasurable. There are enough details and descriptions to be able to visualize the scene without the inclusion of minutiae that tends to bore. 

Seeking Justice manages to be smart and sexy with plenty of hot sex. Jacks has skillfully provided all the intimate details with only a smattering of vulgarity. 

Buyer beware, there is a cliffhanger. 

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REVIEW: Dare Me

REVIEW: Dare Me

Read my review of Jennifer Probst's Dare Me.

Dare Me is a sexy and enjoyable read. This was my first encounter with a dominatrix, and I do wish more time could have been spent on that topic. Perhaps a little more illustration of how this differs from the traditional depiction of BDSM relationships. With that being said, it does seem to be Probst’s style to leave you wanting more. 
 
This book is an example of the predicament that the sexually marginalized endure. I had never considered the plights of a dominatrix before. Although, I was not surprised to when Summer had a difficult time finding a submissive partner, especially one so commanding in all other areas. On the other side, the shame Rafe feels for his submission is commentary to the misogyny of our culture.

After having read the first three books I can’t wait to get my hand on the fourth book, Beg Me. I look forward to seeing what Remington is into, and what FANTA-C cooks up for him.

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COVER REVEAL: Doms of Her Life

COVER REVEAL: Doms of Her Life

Raine Kendall has been in love with her boss, Macen Hammerman, for years. Determined to make the man notice that she’s a grown woman with desires and needs, she pours out her heart and offers her body to him—only to be crushingly rejected. But when his friend, very single, very sexy Liam O’Neill watches the other Dom refuse to act on his obvious feelings for Raine, he resolves to step in and do whatever it takes to help Hammer find happiness again, even rousing his friend’s possessive instincts by making the girl a proposition too tempting to refuse. But he never imagines that he’ll end up falling for her himself. 

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NEW RELEASE: Dare Me

NEW RELEASE: Dare Me

As a military leader back from the war, and the youngest of his two dominant older brothers, Rafe Steele struggles with a secret. He craves surrender in the bedroom under the controlled hands of a Dominatrix. When his brothers offer him an experience through the exclusive agency, FANTA-C, he jumps at the chance to experience one perfect night. After one experiment, he’s sure he’ll be able to move on. But he never counted on Summer Preston to strip down his walls and make him want more so much more...

An elementary school teacher with a girl next door, fresh face, Summer is constantly barraged by men who want to take care of her, but she longs to meet a strong man who can handle her dominant ways in the bedroom. Trapped in her own storybook life, she books a one-night stand to finally experience her fantasy. But she never counted on Rafe Steele to push her boundaries in both the bedroom...and her heart.

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REVIEW: Play Me

REVIEW: Play Me

Read a review of Jennifer Probst's Play Me. 

I am so in love with Rome and Sloane! I was absolutely delighted to encounter such a strong and confident woman and a partner man enough to handle her. It’s a refreshing change from the meek and timid women gracing most of chick-lit these days. I do wish we could have spent a little more time with the dominating and virile Rome, but he seems to be the type that leaves you wanting more. 

This is a quick and sexy read, and since this is only book two in the series there is still the promise of more to come. Are the little brothers of the Steele family so dominating and alpha? One can only hope. 

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Review: Catch Me

Review: Catch Me

Read a review of Jennifer Probst's Catch Me.

This book is a great metaphor for the patience required for healing. During their first night together, and even their subsequent courtship Tara is timid and unsure, while Rick is strong, patient and compassionate. Rick’s understanding of Tara’s thoughts and fears help him to comfort her and provide the steady reassurance she needs. Probst has somehow combined a story of survival after abuse and a dominant/submissive sexual relationship into one of the sexiest stories of hope I have ever encountered. I am anxious to see how the other Steele brothers stack up to Rick. 

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NEW RELEASE: Catch Me

NEW RELEASE: Catch Me

Rick Steele has avoided relationships since he caught his fiancée cheating, but when his friend refers him to the exclusive agency, FANTA-C to experience the night of his dreams, he's not prepared for his emotional and physical reaction to his date. Tara shows him a raw passion and honesty he’s never encountered. For the first time, Rick wants more than one night, but he needs to catch her first...

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