Unorthodox Therapy (The Unorthodox Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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When he witnesses Lina Riley succumbing to her addictive nicotine habit, shaky and nervous, Thomas takes matters into his own hands. It doesn’t matter Lina is his boss who mentored him from being her PA to one of the most dedicated software engineers in her company, but now, he is determined to finally claim Lina and help her kick smoking once and for all. It is an unorthodox therapy, but one that may help Lina.
First, Thomas needs to break Lina down and build her back up. Their mutual agreement of a two month “business contract” has Thomas being her Dom, 24/7. It becomes a very intense, Master/pet relationship that goes beyond the bedroom, one that tests Lina’s limits and brings some her fantasies to fruition. I had to chuckle over her snarky, bratty ways, but Thomas is ever patient, pondering ways to punish her.
Although, keeping their relationship secret becomes a complication when one of Lina’s employees is bent on retaliation. The story takes a turn that had my heart pumping and my mind racing with emotion. Unorthodox Therapy is not an easy book for me, and at 401 pages it is quite intense and complex. Beware, the story continues in the next book, Unorthodox Chemistry. Great job, Ms. Noir. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book.
The writing is great, the characterizations solid, especially Thomas, a likable, sweet guy who's Master persona can be sadistic and cruel. This story is intense, erotic, and emotional and although I wouldn't call it romantic in the conventional sense, the characters have a real connection and develop deep feelings for each other. There is also a mystery/suspense aspect to the story that culminates in some harrowing edge of your seat moments. I highly recommend reading book two as well, which is basically a prequel to this story. Unorthodox Dom details Thomas's journey from novice to experienced Dom and takes place prior to the events in book one and adds even more depth to the character of Thomas. 4.5 stars.
I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
thinking might help her. Thomas, although he works for Lina and is around ten years her
junior, feels he has the best way to teach her how to adjust her thought process.
There are problems of course, working together and starting out in a BDSM relationship
along with the pressures of being a high powered owner of her own business in a world
run by men, nothing is as easy as Lina hoped.
There are also some complications with employees and secrets, along with anger issues.
This isn't an easy story to read but it is very interesting, so much so, I found myself coming
back to the book as soon as I could after doing necessary life chores.
I am definitely looking forward to the next book in the trilogy!
I am guessing Seth will appear in Lina's life again.
I volunteered to read a copy of the book.
From hot, independent and CEO to Sub is just too much as one woman finds out what has been missing in her life. A creative man who changes from Nerd to Hot as she watches him grow over the years. Can these two get through the taboo of office politics, stereo typing and growing attraction over the years, yet win on both sides? Or will it create disaster before it springs roots?
This is the first book in a trilogy, though I read the first book Unorthodox Dom who introduced the main character of Thomas who I absolutely loved plus I breezed through that book. Not so fast with this book and I didn't understand why, hence my rating. This is a great story either way with these characters. If you love BDSM, this book is definitely a keeper and must read. I voluntarily received a complimentary copy for an honest review.
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