Show Me, Sir
by Sonni de Soto Published by Sinful Press
on April 10th 2016 Genres: Erotica
, Romance Pages:
305 Format: eBook Amazon Goodreads
Max Wells is a ball-busting, ass-kicking testament to female empowerment, who’s yet to meet the person who can push her down.Until she meets a man she only knows as Sir.Shamelessly deviant, Hayato, knows exactly what Max thinks of Dominants like him. So ready to dismiss his lifestyle, she’s the type to assume she knows everything about it and him after one cursory glance from the outside in. But, looking at Max—at her intelligence and passion—he can see more in her than the misconceptions she’s deliberately blinding herself with.And, determined, he plans to show her more.Max finds herself fascinated by this man who insists on challenging her every belief as he leads her into his world of dark desires. Matching his clash of wit, will, and seduction, Max begins to question all she knows about what it means to be empowered. Used to being unquestionably on top, Hayato is intrigued by Max's formidable delight in playing games and striking deals that shifts his usual power dynamics as they negotiate roles and rewrite rules.But, just as their game heats up, it gets used against them. Seeking to punish them with their play, someone threatens to drag their private lives out into the public spotlight. With high stakes and bitter scandal looming over their heads, Max and her Sir will have to work together to show that what the world thinks they are does not define who they are.
I really enjoyed Show Me, Sir. I was hooked from the beginning and din’t want to stop reading. Max is smoking hot and his character is very intriguing. I love the diversity, vouyerism, and bondage in this book. It is hard to find a good book that contains all of those and Show Me, Sir was better than I expected it to be. I look forward to reading more by this author.
Playing For Love
by J.C. Grant
on April 27th 2016 Genres: Erotica Format: eBook Goodreads
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David Taylor is the most possessive, dominant, alpha male I have ever met. Technically he's a stalker.
He is bossy, needy, nasty, and so very sweet. He is everything I need him to be. I love him so much it scares me.
Austin James is mine.
Mine to take care of.
Mine to spoil.
The first time I saw her, I knew she was MINE.
I saw a reflection of myself in her.
Broken. Damaged. Guarded.
I can't explain the depth of my feelings or why it happened so fast.
I just know she's mine and I'll do anything to keep her.
This is the sequel to Playing For Keeps. I didn’t care for the first book all that much but decided to give the second book a try anyways. Some of the scenes were really hot and I do enjoy David’s dirty talk even though I don’t care for him. Austin seems a little crazy for marrying him but I guess his behavior in the bedroom makes up for his crazy stalker behavior outside of it. Overall, I liked this book.
This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.Playing for Keeps
by J.C. Grant
on August 6th 2015 Genres: Erotica Pages:
319 Format: eBook Amazon Goodreads
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Living in LA and dating celebrities wasn't what it was cracked up to be. I found out the hard way many had a lifestyle I wanted no part of.
Then David Taylor forced his way into my life. A sledge hammer breaking down my well crafted walls.
He was gorgeous and sexy and intimidating. I was drawn to him in a way I had never been to anyone or anything. And I knew I couldn't have him, I was too damaged, too flawed to really connect.
David saw what I was from the beginning. A broken scared girl locked away inside an aloof woman. And he was determined to free me. To make me his.
WARNING: THIS IS AN EROTIC NOVEL. If you do NOT like dominant, possessive, very Alpha-males, Playing for Keeps is not for you.
Playing For Keeps isn’t a bad read but it just wasn’t completely my style. I don’t care for the hero in this book. David is way too over the top possessive and controlling for me. The fact that the first time he sees Austin he sneaks her phone to get her number to track her cell was just too much for me. I thought I could get past that fact but the more I read the worse it got. If it weren’t for how stalkerish David was, I think I would have enjoyed this book better.