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There is angst, guilt, fear and yes, love. Plus lots of sex, dominance/submission and uber-alpha maleness. It is dark erotica but with enough sweetness to also classify as a (twisted) romance.
To cover up the now crime-scene Klaus and Jodie take home the only witness, a young woman with intentions to hold her captive until they can trust her and then set her free. As the dynamic of their relationship changes with a third party involved, where does that leave the future?
So I admit after I finished Take Me Break Me I cruised the synopsis' and reviews for this book and the unreleased third book. I was a bit impatient and my peeking definitely bit me in the butt since after finishing this I now realize that I do not share the opinion of the majority. This proves how subjective reading truly is.
The beginning of this book immediately hooked me and I became engrossed instantly in the story. Klaus' action to me was justifiable and I empathized with him during the beginning of the book. However, with a new female captive it took me a bit to warm up to Jodie's new characterization as a Domme-in-training. To me there is something more heinous about a woman captor versus a male captor. The psychological dynamic between two women is more emotional, soft, and supposed to be nurturing in my opinion so to see Jodie turn dark so quickly was a shock. However, Jodie warms up over the course of the book and I was pleasantly surprised to read the female captive preferred Jodie over Klaus.
The ending of this book seriously had two punches to the gut and I couldn't see either coming! I cannot rave how emotionally charged and gritty the ending was but I won't say anything else so I don't spoil it...
As in the first book this novel was brilliantly written and full of poetic and thoughtful passages. The author truly shines in this series and I am anxiously awaiting the release of Make Me Yours Evermore.
This book was harder for me than the first. I had a bit of a problem with how Steph was added to their relationship. And, how Klaus would handle certain situations. I felt like he was more infatuated with Steph and it bothered me. Also, he was more loving toward the end of the first book with Jodie, but not so much in this book. I wanted that for Steph and Jodie.
The sex scenes were great though! I didn't mind the mff or ff scenes, just the way he seemed more into Steph and the lack of love bothered me. Don't get me wrong there were times he showed his love for Jodie but not very much. I loved the connection between Steph and Jodie, though.
I can't wait to read Make Me Yours Evermore! This book gives you a little glimpse as to what is to come.
All the other stars are for a well written capture fantasy with a very believable escalation of events. I didn't think Ms. Silverwood could outdo "Take me Break me" (Jodie and Klaus's initial coming together) but she managed very well. But I will say that Klaus, while always believable as a sadist and Jodie's loving partner, wasn't quite as believable as lovey dovey towards Stephanie.
Looking forward to the third book in the series (Chris and Kat's story) with a kind of admittedly sick fascination...
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