Cowboy Doms Collection Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08GZH6DBH
- Publisher : Blushing Books Publications (September 4, 2020)
- Publication date : September 4, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2202 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 1353 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #54,989 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Submitting to the Rancher
I enjoyed this book. The story was mostly light and fluffy with some spice and a bit of intrigue. Unfortunately, it picks at a couple of my personal pet peeves with a bratty heroine whose behavior is textbook “too stupid to live”. I liked Sydney’s sass and snark, but I felt like she had zero common sense. I found Caden to be an interesting character. I would actually have liked to know more about him and his background; I didn’t get a sense of what made him tick. The Lifestyle elements are kind of a mixed bag for me. The safeword discussion made me very happy, but BDSM as an interrogation technique left me a little squicky. I also felt the intrigue didn’t reach the potential I wanted it to have. And the way it’s wrapped up in a “we are men, we will handle it” kind of way left a bitter taste in my mouth. However, I’m intrigued by these characters, and the thought of a Lifestyle club in a barn on a ranch in the middle of nowhere in small town America is such a fascinating premise. I want to read more.
Submitting to the Sheriff
I loved pretty much everything about Avery. From her clumsiness to her techie, nerd-girl awkwardness, she was a character I could connect with. She has moments that border on ‘too stupid to live’, but when running for one’s life I can understand there will be times when instinct will overrule caution and common sense. In the previous book, Grayson was one of my favorite characters, and I was really enjoying this book until it felt like he started taking his hurt pride out on Avery. Trust can’t be commanded, it’s earned; and Avery has a very legitimate reason for distrusting law enforcement officials. Besides, the delay in his learning her truth was his own fault for getting his nose out of joint and pushing her away just as she was about to open up to him. Again, we have BDSM as an interrogation technique, but this time I wasn’t just squicky, I was flat out angered. That anger pretty much soured all the enjoyment I’d been having. I also found the ending unsatisfying. All of the threads of their different problems; the crooked cops, the jealous sub, their unspoken feelings for one another; are all wrapped up in a couple of sentences each. The issue with the cattle rustlers is just left hanging, so I’m assuming it will be concluded in Connor’s book next. I was just hoping for more.
Submitting to the Cowboy
There are none so blind as those who will not see. I enjoyed this book, and yet I wasn’t able to fall in love with the story the way I was hoping to. I really liked Tamara. She has a weakness for Connor Dunbar, but in everything else she has a backbone and she isn’t afraid to use it. I loved the idea of best friends to lovers. I had adored Connor the Charming Rogue we met in the previous books. This Connor badly made me want to slap some sense into him. His indecision and waffling drove me completely batty. I really liked seeing this couple get their happy ever after, it just felt a bit rushed to me. I needed to see a lot more grovelling to be comfortable with Tamara’s forgiveness. Though, I am grateful to see that this book wraps up the rustler storyline that felt unfinished from the previous one.
Submitting to the Lawyer
This is probably my favorite in the series so far. I knew that getting either Nan or Dan past their respective refusals of a permanent partnership would take a lot of work, however I was really looking forward to seeing it happen. This book had some of the same issues that bothered me in previous books of the series, such as the use of BDSM as reward/punishment of secret-keeping. I both loved and didn’t the way Nan’s trauma and subsequent PTSD is handled in this book. I loved that it showed how innocuous things can be triggers, that the support of people who love you can be valuable tools, and what I appreciated the most was that it didn’t suggest that sex would solve all her problems. I wasn’t so fond of the fact that there wasn’t a mental health professional shown being involved in any part of her recovery. I also would have liked to see a better trigger warning in the blurb. I do like the author’s writing and I particularly liked that this story focused as much on the leading couple’s friendship outside of the club as it did their steamy encounters in it.
Submitting to Two Doms
To my delight, the series gets better as you get deeper into it. Greg and Devin are a dynamic that fascinated me from the moment I first read them. Their charming and engaging manner hides some deep emotional pain, that explained very clearly why they were resisting so hard the temptation Kelsey represented. Kelsey, herself, is a spitfire, and a bit of brat, to boot. I liked that she was so sassy, I just didn’t always like the way she expressed that sassiness. This story held my attention all the way through. The suspense kept me glued to my reader to find out what would happen next. The ending felt a little rushed, but since the tension gave the story the feeling of a slightly frenetic pace, it worked.
Submitting to the Cattleman
Already, my favorite book in the series has changed. Most of the stumbling blocks I had encountered in my enjoyment of the earlier books were not found in this one. I loved Leslie’s strength and her independence. I particularly liked that the author shows us that even though these are her strengths, they’re also the source of her greatest vulnerabilities. I enjoyed seeing that even though Kurt wanted to know all of Leslie’s secrets, he spends the time building trust with her through patience and consideration rather than using their shared Lifestyle as a method of extracting answers. My only real complaint is that the solution to all of Leslie’s problems felt like it came about a little too easily, and the wrap-up of the book is a bit abrupt. But otherwise, I enjoyed this a great deal.
Submitting to the Doctor
Now that I have reached the end of the series, I can safely say that THIS was my favorite book in it. I liked that these characters are not in the first flush of youth and have a little history and baggage behind them. It makes for interesting reading. I loved that this story shows us the angst and self-doubt Lillian has over being such an independent person yet also being intrigued by submission. I really appreciated that Lillian stood up to Mitchell when he got too bossy and demanding for her peace of mind. I was also very impressed that the author showed him tempering some of his more high-handed ways for her. The best takeaway I have from this story, the one I will cherish most, is that while it’s not often easy it is possible to find love again after loss.
I received a complimentary copy of this through Booksprout.
Sydney is running, having recently escaped being drugged she is now employed as a ranch cook…..
Sydney is on the way to her new employment working as a Ranch Cook however she has a terrible head for direction and once again has managed to get lost, she finds herself lost in the middle of nowhere. Approaching a rather large barn she looks for a front door and signs of life, as she peeps through a window, she receives quite a surprise!! The only live stock appears to be a rather beautiful young woman with a well warmed behind along with an extremely dominant male, who appears to have spotted her prying eyes.
Caden and his brother are both surprised and also somewhat grateful that their missing cook has arrived even if it is the same female, he’d directed the previous night, Caden had wanted to reject her because of her tardiness in arriving late, however her explanation had been concise and believable. More importantly was the fact that one more meal from the local bistro would possibly lead to the men leaving, they worked hard, the days were long and feeding them hot, healthy and nutritious meals.
Caden and Sydney begin to recognise that they had a rather inadvertently fallen for each other and she realised that she had no desire to return to her old two bath flat, no she wanted to stay on the beautiful cattle ranch and continue to experience the very combustible nights in his arms….
Submitting To The Sheriff – BK 2
A mis dialled number, a frightened woman’s voice remained with him but why?
Grayson had known instantly that the woman on the phone was in trouble, that she was running from something or some one and as he had talked with the young woman his final words had been, should you ever reach Willow Springs Montana ask for Grayson Monroe.
On the run from two dirty cops that she’d heard plot her demise if she had discovered the truth about the tampered evidence all she had known was that she had to run! Run! RUN. She had remembered the man’s voice and the manner in which he had tried to help her even though he knew nothing about her, she had decided to make her way to Willow Springs where Darren and his sidekick hopefully would not find her.
Finding wok at the diner she had started to integrate with a few of the locals who all welcomed her with open arms and kindness, she also had met Sheriff Grayson Monroe and was deciding whether he was a man that she could trust with her findings, would he help her bring two dirty cops to justice? Would he be able to keep her safe? Once they knew where she was her life would be worth nothing and she was right!!!
This was a great addition to this wonderful series the male characters were dominant in every sense of the world however the women in their lives were clever, kind and loving and when they needed to they could kick ass….
Submitting To The Cowboy – BK 3
He’d been her best friend, her greatest adjutant eight years older they had been
Tamara had had her crush on Connor Dunbar since she was old enough and he had been the older neighbour that had her friend, her confidant and her rescuer at times and then he had helped her ride her first horse, jump her first fence and then after that one day and a moment of unschooled words and this had all ended. She had left for five years to work in Boise and the only thing that had brought her back home to live was the death of her beloved father and her world had seemed so much smaller, she returned back to the ranch the place that held her heart and her friend’s she had missed it and needed it almost as much as air.
Connor has never forgotten the day his words had hurt her and she had fled her home and the only parents that had ever loved her and he had missed their friendship, her grey eyes and smiling face however, the face he had looked on at the funeral had been so haunted by her father’s death but she had returned to run the ranch to help run it alongside her stepmother and trusted ranch manager.
Tamara had decided to go to the BDSM club owned by Connor and his brother and the sheriff and trying to comprehend that she was a grown woman and that she had submissive tendencies was not comprehensible to him however he would soon learn that she was determined to test the waters and this in turn tested him.
This is book three in the Cowboy Doms series but reads as a standalone.
Submitting To Two Doms – BK 5
Kelsey has no recollection of her childhood or parents, or who wants her dead ?
Kelsey has never forgotten wondering the streets at five years of age, no recollection who her parents were or where she had come from? She had then gone through the childcare system for five years being shuttled carelessly between various foster homes.
Then Kelsey had been fostered by two FBI agents who had taken her in and made her part of their home and their family for over a decade, now twenty nine she is still filled with insecurity, not being worthy to have a family, or the love by these two individuals that have become her life and she will do anything to make that happy and proud of her.
Thet had taken her in when no one else had wanted her, they had helped her deal with the two previous attacks when she was young. Now they were helping to keep her safe once again after she had killed a man when she defended herself from his attack. He had fallen to his death at the kink club she had been working at, she had been going over their accounts.
After this last attack she is secreted away with two of their retired agents and friends Greg and Devlin who now own a Dude Ranch, the responsibility is not wanted by Devin and he tries to ensure she knows to keep out of his way. Kelsey wants to go home but she would never worry her foster parents, they needed to time to investigate who the dead attacker was and why she continues to be a target.
As she spends more time on the ranch around the two men, around the animals and the beautiful horse she learns to ride like a natural. Then she visits a kink club with the two men and all the things she had seen at the previous club,
She soon finds that they are not going to stand for any nonsense, they are going to keep her safe and sound and return her to their friends. However, the tiny imp finds her way through their barriers and her natural submissive and brave nature is endearing, she so needs to be wanted and she also wants to learn more about a D/s relationship and they have time on their hands.
When trouble once again comes calling both men have to come to her assistance and there is not a hope in hell, they are going to allow history to repeat itself!! `
Submitting To The Cattleman – BK 6
Lesley is in witness protection, her attacker is hot on her heels…..
Lesley has already given up so much after that one fateful night when she had gone into a much-liked shop and witnessed the shop owner being gunned down by two young callous men that thought it was a mere joke. Bravely she had come forward and had given her recount of how she witnessed the two men callously kill the shop owner, she had watched as they were sentenced to life imprisonment and had then been threatened with death by their father.
After a shooting outside her home and her elderly neighbour being hit she had been moved and put into witness protection and had virtually vanished by assuming a new name and identity and leaving behind everyone she had ever known even her sister, living in her new town for three years as a second grade teacher she had remained very private and avoided any real friends for fear they could be hurt if she was found.
Then one night she had met a new man and her life had started to change, unbeknown at that time Kurt had been a Dom at the same club she occasionally attended and when they had got together their interaction had been earth shattering even though neither had known they were D/s and that they had mutual acquaintances.
Kurt knows that Leslie is hiding something about her and he can sense her pain and her loneliness and the connection they have is explosive, he also has not been able to forget her she is firmly in his mind which is unusual for him and he knows that he has to help her. What he had not expected was for her to be nearly killed and for her to finally come clean.
Imagine her surprise when the people she knew from the club came to her aid and offered to help her in any way they possibly could, however she refused to put anyone in danger and was waiting to recover from her injuries enough to allow her to once again move into another witness protection placement.
However, Kurt had other ideas!!
This was another wonderful addition to the series and it was impossible to put the book down once I started reading it was intoxicating.
Submitting To The Doctor – BK 7
Another wonderful addition to this D/s series, riveting read….
Lillian has been through hell since her sister slipped in to a coma, threatened by her boyfriend that should she fail to obey he would devise some drug of choice that would cause her twin sister Liliana to suffer unimaginable agony.
More than accustomed to Brads fists and the excellent ability he had for maximum pain with minimum show she believed he will do everything he says, when she had packed and been leaving the home she’d been forced to share he had viciously attacked her but she had fought back and every bit of anger, desperation and sheer bloody mindedness had allowed her to escape once and for all.
And had unfortunately she had been caught in a snow storm and had driven off the road, Mitchell had not been able to believe the bruised and battered females face peering out the windscreen at him. She had obviously been badly beaten and had been trying to escape, he had taken her in and cared for her and they had become two individuals suffering from broken hearts and they had found each other and started to begin to heal.
As Mitchell introduces this very opinionated women to his alternative lifestyle of D/s they soon realised that they had something very precious and that they wanted to nurture it and see where it leads.
Unfortunately her boyfriend’s brother is on the hunt for the abusive ex-girlfriend that refused to leave when his brother had told her the relationship was over, she had struck him and had left him injured which he was going to ensure she was charged for, he had always believed his baby brother lies but this time she had proof.
Bryan knew that he had to find the photographs and the return her to face the charges of assault.
I voluntarily received and review an Advanced Reader Copy
I thoroughly enjoyed the book and look forward to reading any future publications; keep up all the great writing.