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Bianca is a flight attendant working with her best friend Stephan. The two bounded as orphaned children and have been inseparable since then. When first class passenger James Cavendish takes an interest in Bianca, she's not quite sure what to think. Bianca has a troubled past and for that reason keeps everyone at arms distance except Stephan. With her friend's encouragement, Bianca strikes up an "arrangement" with James, AKA, Mr Beautiful. It seems he's a kinky billionaire, lol. They enter into a BDSM, Dom/Sub relationship. When Bianca is blindsided by James' past, she runs...smack dab into her own past.
Well, this one was kind of wild, lol. The first half of the book was a little slow for me. Bianca seems to have some self esteem/self worth issues that prevent her from seeing what others may see in her, which hinders her relationship with James. James kind of comes off needy from the get go, which was not the way I expected him to act. It seems he's found a gem in Bianca and he's not used to not getting what he wants. The second half of the book hooked me. It was very exciting and I was left immediately wanting to read book 2.
What started out as an instant attraction that led to a very intense sexual relationship between flight attendant Bianca and billionaire James Cavendish slowly turns into something much more. But before anything can be made of what that serious meaning behind their relationship can be explored things start to fall apart for the couple. This book is like your typical BDSM story. I just did not connect with the characters. But the ending made for what the main part of the story was lacking for me.
I am not in a rush to continue with the series, but I will eventually because I do think it will get better.
This book series is my favorite series out of everything I have read. I keep thinking another series will come along and top this but that hasn't happened yet. The biggest reason I am so in love with this series is James and Bianca, the MC's.
I absolutely love James devotion to Bianca in this series. I tend to lean more to the instant love, strong alpha stories and this has both. You don't realize how devoted James is in the beginning of this first book but it becomes pretty obvious the more you read.
I'm a really big fan of Bianca's character as well. I don't particularly love it when authors have the females role chase the men, especially when they forgive too much with other women drama, so when I find a female character that demands respect, I'm thrilled. Don't get me wrong, this series is a Dominant/Submissive series, however, the way RK Lilley wrote Bianca, she is a submissive but still expects to be treated respectfully.
Bianca has not had good male role models in her life so she is very aloof with male attention. I like that James has to work for her affection. I'm not very educated on the BDSM lifestyle and I'm actually not that much of a fan. I prefer just a dominant male in my stories but the fact that this series has BDSM and I still love it just proves to me how really good this series is.
Now for the audio review. I have just recently started listening to Audio books so I don't have too much reference to pull from but this is the third narrator I have listened too and she has been my favorite so far. In my other experience, I didn't really like the woman impersonating the male voices but this narrator did a much better job. She has also had to do 2 accents in this first book and I can't find fault in either accent. Really good job!
If I could give this book more than 5 Stars, I would!