- File Size: 332 KB
- Print Length: 122 pages
- Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc (October 12, 2012)
- Publication Date: October 12, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009RQV23M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #220,987 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Fiery Attorney Sam Marlow meet sexy Texas Rancher Case Turner. Oh, and he also happens to be a Dom. Sam comes to town to work on a water rights issue, one which Case has a definite interest in but with a really bad experience in her past with a Dom, Sam is not about to let this sexy man take over her life or her body. When Case finds that last part out, he sets about to work his magical charm and change her mind. Or does she change his?
The Good: I love it when two characters meet and there are immediate fireworks. Sam and Case just about got off on the wrong foot due to said fireworks but when Case decides to turn on the charm, he is a man who is hard to resist...in my book anyway. ;) Ms. Deland creates these two likeable yet intense characters whom you want to love and smack their heads together at the same time. She gives you just enough back-story to understand some of their current choices and focuses the spotlight almost exclusively on them. There are additional characters, one or two who might be interesting but they get little page time. I loved the tender way she portrayed Case when he realized that Sam was not just any woman to him and that Sam showed a variety of emotions as she tried to decide what her heart truly wanted. Sam was an especially realistic character to me - relateable, cautious, yet a vixen under the right circumstances. While the book was only 122 pages long, I felt it dealt with Sam and Case's stories sufficiently and did not leave us hanging. A fast read, I completed it in one setting.Read more ›
From their first confrontation, attorney Sam Marlowe had a suspicion that Case was a Dominant . The plucky redhead is facinated by the his smooth confidence and rugged good looks . But she 's been traumatized by an out of control Master in the past. Uncertain which world she belongs in, Sam doesn't know if she can ever get past her fear. She's not sure if she want's to get back in the game.
Case Turner loves to tie his women down . But he can see that the fiery Sam has had a bad experience in her past. He doesn't like being shot down by a woman. So when Sam emphatically rejects his offer, the smooth operater begins his campain to win her over.
The Bravado way is that single women are usually shared by more than one man. As a rule, Case and his buddy, Joel Winthrope, share their women. But Case is a bad boy who doesn't want to share his treat this time. Not even with his best friend.
A romantic birthday celebration leads to an intense sexual interlude between Sam and Case. Until a drunken Joel shows up eager to join the party. Sam is stunned to discover that the two friends had planned on sharing her. Did she put her faith in yet another man who betrayed her trust?
If you're in the mood for a fun sexy read then this story is definitely for you. The story would have been a little stronger, though, had the author seriously explored adding Joel into the relationship. Why bring the friendship - and their agreement to share a woman - into the storyline, only to have Case do a 180 and change his mind? It just seemed like a total change of character to me. But it's still good. I do love me some scorching hot love scenes and this story has plenty of those. It also left me wanting for Joel's story. I'm really looking forward to that one. So would I recommend this story? You betcha!
Originally posted at LAS Erotic Reviews
Book Two in the Knights in Black Leather series was not what I expected.
I have read my fair share of books that have had rope play in them, but never in my experience has so much detail and subject related words been used. It goes to show the amount of research Ms. DeLand must have done. The only thing I wish is that there was actually more rope play. The story really didn’t support an extensive amount of it, it seems like such a waste of some really good information.
I liked Tie Me Down, but I didn’t love it. Case was such an interesting man, that I wanted to know more about him and how he became a shibari master. Sam had a past I wanted to help her through, but it wasn’t brought fully to the surface. These two characters were so amazing, but we were only able to scratch the surface. I loved how Case made up his mind quickly about Sam and then fought hard for her. Sam has had such a hard time and he was so patient with her, it was beautiful. Case’s time and tenderness won Sam’s heart. He proved over and over that he was the man for her.
For a short novel, Tie Me Down had a good plot, great character interactions and solid romance. Ms. DeLand did a fantastic job portraying their passion, love and devotion. So the question is why don’t I love it?
Rarely do I go into a novella thinking I’m going to get a full blown, richly detailed epic novel. Tie Me Down could have been that story. Case seemed to have an amazing past that was filled with family, military service, shibari training and then political life. Sam’s past was the complete opposite; filled with loneliness, struggle, pain, fear and then strength and perseverance.Read more ›