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After seeing Tabitha at the cemetery a few times, Van ends up taking Tabitha away to a vacation home he has for a month where he introduces her to some soft BDSM to help ease her pain over her grief. Before long, they both start to develop deep feelings for each other but Van is also deathly afraid she will find out that he is responsible for her husband's death.
This book is very intense and erotic. I don't really like BDSM books and although I intellectually feel it's fine between two consenting adults, in my heart I think it can be emotionally abusive and demeaning, which I really don't get. But I kept on reading the book bc I wanted to see what happened to this couple when Tabitha found out the truth. While this is not something I could personally participate in and Van was dead wrong for not being able to be honest with her up front, this is still a love story, albeit a really different one.
The book has a real surprising twist at the end; I wont give it away but I definitely didn't see that coming. I think this is a book you will either love or hate, I found I couldn't put it down and ultimately , that's a sign of a well written story so I'm giving it 4 stars. The book doesn't end on a cliffhanger but the story of Van and Tabitha definitely isn't over, so I would say it ends on a TBC and I definitely plan to read the next book about Lukas and hope there is another book about Van and Tabitha.
Side bar complaint: the covers of both Storm and Vandal look like the same person; Van is supposed to look like a Native American and the model on the cover DOES NOT look Native American!!!!
In the other stories, Vandal behaves like an jerk. But because of an incident that happens to him in the beginning of his story, the reader starts to see a change in him that continues throughout the book.
The reader begins to see how broken he is from terrible things that happened in his past, how he has no idea what love is, and that he has a
desperate craving for someone to see through all his BS and just love him for who he is.
What took me by surprise is: One- the humor. I found myself laughing a lot of times during the story. Two- the pathos. there were words spoken or feelings expressed that were heart wrenching and beautiful. And three- how the author uses two characters (Gram and Sterling the cat) to bring out more facets of Vandal's and Tabitha's personalities.
While there is some light BDSM in the story, (which I am not into) I felt it was something that was between the two main characters and their business. There is also a lot of language, but that is Vandal. I really grew to love him, even with all his antics, and felt that he and Tabitha truly needed each other and was entitled to some happiness.
I loved this story, maybe you will as well!
Most recent customer reviews
I couldnt put it down ..
I cant wait to start Book3
Carian Cole. I am obessed with your books.
But damn, I laughed, I cried like a baby.Read more