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- Print Length: 213 pages
- Publisher: I.K. Peterson, LLC (February 26, 2014)
- Publication Date: February 26, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IOBXHES
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Not In My Wildest Dreams: Dream Series, Book 2 Kindle Edition
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|Page Flip: Enabled||Age Level: 18 - 18||Grade Level: 12 - 12|
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Sex clubs, flogging, whipping, restraints, and ball gags… Do I have your attention? Yah, I thought so. You get this and so much more in Not in my Wildest Dreams. Besides just the kinky sex you get a deeper look into our beloved Jack: the young and dumb boy with a dream, the model, the friend, the student, the Dom, the Sub, and the business man. Izzy delivers another steamy read for book 2.
In Not in my Wildest we see Jack take off for New York on his journey to success. He picks up without a second thought (much like Elizabeth did), and leaves behind everything he knows, even though his family doesn't approve. We get to find out more about him and “B” (Becca), how he finds BDSM and the relationship he and Becca have with this sexual culture. We see what makes the sexual sides of Jack tick.
I love books with strong friendships and I was definitely a fan of the friendship between Jack and Becca. They help heal each other and explore their sexuality in the sex clubs of New York. I like the fact that the strong friendship was highlighted for Jack. In most books the strong bonds we read are the female characters friends. I also enjoyed that the friendship was between opposite sexes. Jack and Becca may have had a sexual relationship but I believe it was emotional (friendship wise) first and foremost. Even a lot of their sexual acts were really about emotion; neither one loved each other romantically and often times when they "played" or received "punishment" it was really about something emotional going on with them they were trying to work through.
My one complaint about Not in my wildest dreams is I would have liked a lot more new material. The book was shorter and there were a lot of flashbacks from book 1. I would have liked less flashback and more new material. I can't get enough, alright?! :) I'm greedy. But if this is the only complaint I have for a full book, well I’d say I should probably shut up and stop complaining right now. So moving on…
I guess we have to talk about him, even though he is probably the "type" of man that drives a lot of woman to this genre of books in the first place. Time to talk about Greg. He is a prude. Maybe that's just my anger talking. There is nothing wrong with not being into kinky sex or BDSM, but he has sex with his wife once a week on Friday. Not only that but I don't believe he had even noticed she had never had an organism with him, ever! He must have noticed the difference from their sexual act in book 1 at the hotel from what went on between them the last 20 years. He’s selfish and seems like a man who thinks woman are there only to be a stereotypical wife. He works too much and expects Elizabeth to be his personal maid, short order chief and arm candy for business and sporting events. Okay, enough about him. So long Greg!
I remembered standing there in his foyer, the tears... flowing, the ache in my chest...unbearable. How could I have walked away? And returned to... this. A life with a husband who was apparently incapable of change.
Oh Elizabeth... I hate to say it, but yah... I told you so. Those were my thoughts exactly when she left. In book 1 she walked away from a beautiful proclamation, a cardinal sin in my book. I'm glad she finally see's how crazy that was.
During Ditching the Dream I was firmly on board Team Kevin. Kevin, I still have love for you but this new addition to the series helped me fall even more in love with Jack and more in love with Elizabeth and Jack. If you haven’t read the series I suggest you click straight from here to whichever site you buy your books from and order it now!
This story follows Jack and his dreams of being a male model when he was scouted by a modelling agency. Jack decided to throw in everything he worked for to follow a dream, but its not always as easy as it looks. He soon finds out that life as a male model is not a road to be taken lightly as its hard work and his family deserts him for his life choices. Jack takes a chance and works hard at his craft. This book is written mostly in Jack's POV but does skip a little between characters similar to the first book.
Through Jack's POV you see when he meets Elizabeth for the first time and his thoughts. For Jack its love at first sight and he wants to make sure that he doesn't lose the only woman that has taken his heart and soul. Jack fights for his heart with Elizabeth after she chooses Greg her husband of 22 years.
This book was a fantastic conclusion to the story of Jack and Elizabeth and I read the book in one day. I loved the story and the characters. It was made even better by the fact that you got to read both sides of the story. This series is a must read and I gave it five stars.
While I loved the first book, even though it didn't end how I had wanted. I didn't feel the same for this story. It was entertaining, and had quite the back story. But I think that's where the problem lied for me. Too much back story, too much telling, and not enough showing. Too much about Jack, and not enough about their journey to becoming a couple. I am happy with the books outcome... and I did thoroughly enjoy the concept of the intriguing back story, but like I said, it was too much.
The writing was very good. The author sure knows how to smoothly write just about anything. I am a new fan of Isabelle's for sure. I'm just sorry this one didn't quite do it for me. But I will definitely be reading the next in the
The dinner, the trip to the vineyard, the ballet, the promise ring...all roads lead to Jack. Now I'm left here dreaming about finding my own version. The ending was spectacular, especially with the 'mile high' capper. An incredibly entertaining read from start to finish!!
What lengths would you go to, to attain your true love?
Isabelle Peterson weaves a passionate love story that started with Ditching the Dream. Jack and Beth will tug at your heart strings as they try and find their happily ever after.
Do you follow your head or your heart?
Warning: Be prepared for some BDSM, it’ll clear everyone’s head. Your welcome.
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Probably about 2/3 of this book is actually Jack's story. At first, i wanted to hurry up and get to the bit where he finds Beth again, but then his story actually got quite interesting. So bear with it. I think you'll find it helps you to figure him out a bit better.
Kudos to Elizabeth for attempting to mend her marriage...i'm really glad this was written into the storyline because i felt this honoured her 20year marriage and she wouldn't have to look back on it and regret not allowing her self and her husband to at least try to fix things. I guess you need to know that you've exhausted the opportunities so that you have some closure before moving on. I really liked how the realistic and raw emotions were shown to us, from all characters.
Loved the happy ending and thoroughly enjoyed books 1 and 2 of this series.