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The Don’s Daughter: Book Three of The Bossman Series Kindle Edition
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What I love about this book is that the BDSM/power exchange between Summer and Carlo is truly an exchange; even when he punishes her, it's sexy and it turns her on, and nothing crosses the line into ick or "oh God, too far, too cruel, pretend I never read that." Renee is the master (pun intended!) of writing BDSM that's entirely sexy, entirely D/s, and somehow also entirely having the woman in control at the same time -- because she's getting exactly what she wants, and it's not an unhealthy mix of over-dominance, it's just the right balance of shared power between them.
I love how she does this, because a lot of authors write the easier storyline of "dom always in charge for everything, all the time, his way or the highway." Renee does something more complex and emotional with her characters and it's really hot. So: If you like sexy spanky BDSM stories with a very handsome heavy-handed Italian hunk and a gorgeous woman who wants to feel that hand on her skin, read this book. You won't be disappointed.
And so their story begins. Summer begs Carlo to keep her secret. Carlo has an internal conflict about it. Sure, his first loyalty should be to Don Al, Summer's dad, but he also realizes that now is his chance to help Summer out. He's noticed that she's been unhappy lately and he's worried she'll spiral out of control (as if finding her stripping wasn't a big enough clue). They come to an agreement and then the heat really kicks up a notch.
I absolutely love how Renee Rose can make characters that would otherwise be unlikable, lovable. The first, more obvious one, is Carlo. He's a mobster, but you love him anyway. Somehow it becomes okay and even understandable as you read this series. More notably, I love that I loved Summer from the very beginning. She is a spoiled Mafia Princess. It would have been really easy to hate her. I would probably hate her in real life. But even when she lashes out and gets kind of bratty, you understand it. She has a good heart and she's trying to make everyone else happy—which is the exact thing that's making her crazy. Who can't relate to that?
I've been trying to put my finger on the exact reason why I love this book even more than the other two Bossman books, but I don't think it is any one thing. The characters, the story line, the passion and the hellishly hot sex all compile to make a book you won't want to put down. A book that stays with you after you read it. If you're looking to be engrossed in a book, then look no further!