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Continental Life (Continental Affair) (Volume 3) Paperback – July 8, 2014
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About the Author
Ella Dominguez, in addition to being a writer, is a mom, wife, respiratory therapist, and a lover of ukuleles and unicorns. She was born and raised in a conservative, strict Christian household in the bible belt of the USA. At the mature age of forty, she mustered up enough courage to share her thoughts and put pen to paper. She sincerely hopes to find her niche in writing romance in all forms, be it dark romance, romantic comedy, psychological thrillers or paranormal. She doesn't consider herself an author, rather an avid reader above all else, and someone who simply writes the stories that the characters in her head tell her to.
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Bella and Xander are hot and erotic and sweet and loving and their connection holds steadfast, despite some complications from old flames, undisclosed history, differences of opinions. There are occasional glimpses into their earlier relationship, which was enjoyable and fun.
I loved this series and now have to go back and re read the first two and then "Continental Life", again. But I find that this is what I always do with Ella's books. They are so enjoyable, and perhaps even more so, the second and third times around.
Now, back to this particular book. I'm pretty sad due it's the last one from this couple, but it's pretty hot, amazing, and tender.
Mr. Pettifor and Ms. Bella are quite an original couple, well delimited, and encouraging each other, but when Bella thinks that she might spend a little more time with his Mr. Petiffor, it might be not quite simple.
When I read the plot I got really excited: BDSM relationship where he is a teacher at a school for submission (BDSM, really). She is insecure and wants to attend the school, where there the couple is faced with being separated and having to participate sexually with other individuals. Lots and lots of hot scenarios could come from this.
However, none came. The entire experience was a strain on their relationship and the end of the story does not really deal with this elephant in the room. Both characters were tortured by their separation and I kept thinking 'but at least it will be worth it in the end', but no. They should just have avoided the whole thing. So, disappointed.