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Break Me Down (Loving on the Edge Series) Kindle Edition
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Need more books like this me this. Thank you I had a Great time!
Just wish the ending had more HEA and less HFN...
Gib and Sam scened together once, when Gib was helping Sam reach Domme status. Things got heated and Gib couldn't deal with his reaction to their interaction. Since that one encounter, things have been strained between them. When Sam has a bad encounter in the parking lot of the bar she manages, she flees to the Ranch for release. Given the state of her emotions, Grant gently refuses her, so Sam hightails it to her sanctuary. Gib follows her there, wanting to offer comfort but unable to give Sam what she really wants - Gib's submission.
Lawd, the boy is in denial. We can see from his actions, from his internal dialogue, from his desire for Sam, where he really wants to be, but due to his abusive father, Gib equates submission with weakness. His submission, at least. He can't give up his mental image of what a "man" should be, even though he understands in a logical sense that he is wrong.
Sam had a craptastic childhood, as well. She took the bull by the horns, learned self-defense and is kind of awesome, really. She doesn't blame her childhood for her issues, she doesn't make excuses, she just accepts her needs and goes with it.
When Gib is considering his options, and missing Sam like crazy, he talks with Kade, who really helped open his eyes. Basically, if your kink is compatible and both parties agree, then who the heck cares what anyone else thinks? Pike and Foster really help to cement that thought for Gib, giving him the courage to reach out to Sam.
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Gibson's childhood was one of physical and emotional abuse at the hands of his father who tried to eliminate his son's quietness and kind heart. Gib's sense of self came out of his ability to withstand the pain, to never show weakness, and while it's made him successful in business it's left him lonely as he can no longer ignore his true desires. He always saw himself as a dominant but after meeting Mistress Samantha he knows he's been living a lie as her power tempts him constantly. Going after what he desires though isn't easy as his father's words and deeds weigh on him, living up to other's expectations keep his desires hidden, and to be happy he'll have to show true strength in accepting his submissive desires. Gibson is an immensely likable man, sexy with heroic tendencies, but also with the pain of his past palpable. Preconceived notions of what it means to be a man batter at him and his reactions to embracing his Sub side are believable and understandable. His fears of being mocked and disappointing those he cares about had me wanting to hug him as these feelings were dark and deep. His Grand Gesture in winning Samantha, while unconventional, was a huge leap of faith for him and truly romantic.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The writing was very good, story could be interesting if it would not be so unrealistic and choppy. The most unrealistic person is of course Arc. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alex Health Blogger
Break Me Down is an excellent read. It is classified as "romance with an edge". Well the edge in this case is of the Femdom flavor. Read morePublished 1 month ago by b_bell
Another great story from Roni Loren. And I can't wait to read the next book in her Loving on the Edge Series!Published 3 months ago by Pemoski
My favorite author, Roni Loren. Each time I finish one of her books, I say this is my favorite! So what more can I say about this one, my favorite. Read morePublished 4 months ago by EarlO
Loved this book! I could not put it down. I quickly told my friends about it and they are also raving! It was awesome!Published 4 months ago by Nielle Reinhart
Took a long time to write this review. I have enjoyed all of her previous books even the ones I am not a huge fan of (menages are no really my thing). Read morePublished 5 months ago by CC
Loving on the Edge is a great series. Break Me Down was good book and the erotic scenes were amazing. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Diane Granzow
I really enjoyed this book. She's done it again. Can't wait to see what else is in store. Roni had now become my favorite author! 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍Published 7 months ago by Amanda Leon
Surprisingly good! Sure has a lot of deep things going on!Published 7 months ago by Nelle's NightStand