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- Publication date : May 4, 2018
- File size : 1614 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 210 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07CRRKLB9
- Lending : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #45,503 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Beatrice Moore left her family and moved to NYC to be on her own, and overall has proven to be a successful businesswoman. She and Dina are best friends, and together they have formed a friendship that is stronger and closer than most families. Now they are each involved with a Dom and enjoy scening at a private BDSM club called Verge. She has some secrets that are going to be revealed.
Detective Zach Williams is a dominant that has helped out with issues at Verge, where he is also a member. He met Beatrice at the club through her friend Diana who is engaged to Tobias, one of the club owners.
The plot will have Beatrice and Zach involved with each other exclusively. When he discovers a stack of unopened mail at her apartment, he will tell her she needs to sort through it, where an invitation is found her to favorite cousin’s wedding. It is decided that she will attend and take Zach with her. The closer they get to her parents home, the more she frets. She has left out some key information about her family and their wealth. Then to learn that there is a man that her mother has tried to push her into a relationship adds to her stress level.
“There was nothing like the adrenaline rush of an inner-city NYPD job to feed my need for control, order, and justice, my skills at piecing things together with skill leading me to become a detective.”
The story will have strange things start happening to Beatrice even at her parent’s and escalating after they leave and return by to NYC. Blocked phone calls, cards, flowers, and other issues will have both Beatrice and Zach on alert. It will have her on edge and snapping because she feels boxed in and he wants to keep her safe. When they are at the club or even in his home and in D/s mode, during and after scenes, she is fine, but it is slowly crashing in on her, and she will strike out at Zach and walk away in confusion.
“It feels so good to call him sir. I feel little and precious, and cared for and I can’t deny it’s hot. It’s so wrong, but that’s partly why I love it. I was afraid that submitting to you meant I was somehow weaker. Not stronger.”
“My job is to help her reach her full potential, to support her, and take care of her the best I can. And she takes care of me. Just because I’m the dom doesn’t mean that I don’t need her every bit as much as she needs me. She fulfills my need to protect but supports me as I am, no judgment. And it’s in that mutual give and takes that we find our fulfillment.”
“It takes incredible strength to submit. I fought for her. And, I won.”
The story will take on life and death danger as Beatrice fights against Zach’s protection and allows her stalker to kidnap her. Be careful who you trust, and what their motives are. Maybe a seasoned detective is wise for making the decisions to keep the lady he loves safe. There is plenty of BDSM and spanking scenes, mostly in the context of scening rather than as a discipline with explicit sex scenes. There is also some minor violence by a cruel person with attempted rape.
This book totally surprised me on every level. Bea's a strong-willed, conflicted woman. While she finds herself inexorably drawn to the submission of BDSM, she also fights it with everything in her. I've come to expect submissives, regardless of gender, to accept that part of themselves. That's not to say that every submissive in every book naturally and immediately accepts their submissiveness. It's often a journey toward self-awareness. But Bea's different, strong and defiant. She's worked so hard to be independent. But she's terrified of handing over control, truly being submissive. That's a duality that's more than unusual. It's fascinating. Zack's her polar opposite. He knows exactly who and what he is. Over-the-top dominant, BDSM and being a Dom aren't just what he wants. It's who he is. But there's so much more to Zack. True dominants have a need to nurture their submissives. Zack's character goes beyond just caring. There's an urgency to control. Bea has no desire whatsoever to be controlled. And control isn't just something Zack wants. It's ingrained into his very being. That's what engages and pulls you into this story from the beginning. These two are at odds with each other from the start. The constant push and pull between these two is riveting. The ever-changing agendas of every character in the book, the twists and turns around every corner, captivate and enthrall. The supporting characters inspire love, hate, and nearly every emotion in between. This is a book you can't put down! Jane Henry is always outstanding. This book proves it once again. Thank you, Ms. Henry, for writing a story that deserves nothing less than five stars! It's absolutely wonderful!
One final note. Be an informed reader! This is an ADULT book. It contains explicit language and sexual scenes. If you don't enjoy this genre, this may not be the book for you. There are book synopses and reviews available on Goodreads and Amazon. Use these resources. DON'T LEAVE A NEGATIVE REVIEW WHEN YOU KNOW YOU WON'T ENJOY THE BOOK. It's not fair to the author! She works very hard to provide a quality work product. If you know you'll object to the book's subject matter before you buy it, you're doing yourself and the author an extreme disservice.
Thanks for reading my review and happy reading!
downs in their relationship.The author never fails to touch me in a deep part of my soul,she has
a understanding of the BDSM lifestyle that is accurate,detailed and honest.The characters are
so real as they experience the emotional ramifications of living such a lifestyle.For Beatrice Moore,
having a Dom who is a cop has definite benefits,Beatrice likes losing control and Zack is good at
taming her.Having Zack escort her to her counsins wedding comes with its own set of problems.
Beatrice has kept quiet about her family and the stay results in many surprises.Beatrice feels
vulnerable and out of place.She only told a small lie to get her ex off her back but Zack is not at
all amused.Someone starts to mess around with Beatrice,small things go missing.Beatrice is
reluctant to commit to Zack 24/7,she will have to face her fears and fully submit to him to find
peace.Beatrice has to face her past,a stalker,danger and her rebellious streak to find her way
back to Zack.I was snared by this book,it's a must read and was so easy to fall in love with.Zack
was so sexy,dominant, protective and made me weak at the knees while Beatrice was strong willed,
rebellious but also intuitive,a great combination.Read and enjoy the fantasy of living the lifestyle.
Top reviews from other countries
If your into big dominant men and like a good bit of romances, then put your feet up forget reality for a couple of hours and enjoy this book.
Bea is scared and is content to leave the relationship as it is but Zack wants more..and after meeting Bea’s rather influential but cold family at a wedding of her cousin, small things start to happen and the relationship goes up to the next stage anyway but on a different tangent as Bea’s life is changed by a stalker from her past.
Zack is doing his best to keep her safe and goes all major Dom (and why wouldn’t he to keep her with him).
The scenes are hot and the spanking/punishments are even hotter and the ending is so sweet and totally them...