- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 5098 KB
- Print Length: 384 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0999540459
- Publisher: Nicky F. Grant (29 May 2019)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07SH979F3
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer reviews: 9 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,208,834 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Beyond Her Desire (A Beyond Surrender Romance Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I didn't feel that I related to this book as much as I did the other two; yes, the story was good but I felt there was a lot less angst in this book than the last two. It was easier going with a slow burn. This story was predominantly focused on the two main character's relationship through the book.
It was an emotional book, especially where Damien was concerned and I was drawn to this man from the very start. He was in turmoil and tried so hard to please Brit in all ways possible, at times, of course, he made mistakes but this is what made him so endearing. I really felt a connection to Damien. Brit, on the other hand, grated on me. She came across as whiny and never seemed completely happy with her lot no matter how hard Damien tried, she always wanted more, was always finding fault in their lives.
The secondary characters lightened the story for me and were a good addition. I can't believe I'm saying this but considering the content of this book I didn't feel there was enough sex in it; but what there was, was written well.
Although it was an emotionally frustrating story at times, I would be happily reading the book one minute and the next, I wanted to throw my kindle at the wall or jump into the story and give Brit a damn good shake. This is a good all-rounder but not my favourite of this series so far.
Brit and Damien are master and slave but also husband and wife although they’ve been together 10 years, over the past year after trying to deal with a tragedy their relationship is no longer working as fluidly as it should.
Brit is blocking up her true feelings not wanting to let her master down and kind of going through the motions of the lifestyle they’ve been used to.
When more tragedy strikes she turns to fox her art teacher, with his easy going personality, dazzling smile and love of art she finds him extremely hot and his laid back approach makes it easy to share her fellings with him rather than her dominant husband.
An excellent read that gives u more of an insight into the relationship between Dom, slave and later a 3rd. This book is not only about the BDSM sex (obviously that is in there) but is an insight into the emotions and feelings of both parties in this kind of relationship and the lengths they will go to for their spouse and their forever love
I had moments where I seriously wanted to slap characters but in the end I fell in loe with them all and my heart was all twisted and torn through the journey.
Beautifully written and sexy too!
Top international reviews
What a unique story. We have Brit and Damien and couple that has been married for 10 years. In a full 24/7 D/s relationship. It was refreshing to read a story they goes deeper into the relationship then just how two people meet and developed into a relationship. She gave us a peak into the intrinsic need that both people had to fulfill their role in the relationship. The care that both felt for each other was palpable.
The author does weave highlights of the couples meeting. It is duel POV which I enjoy and I felt in enable me to become more invested in both Brit and Damien.
I don’t want to give spoilers but Brit and Damien do involve a third, Fox. I think I had a soul affair with him. Such a phenomenal mysterious character. I am begging the author for Fox to get his own book.
Art plays a huge part on Brit’s life and this story. It’s almost another character of the book. The author does a beautiful job of describing the art work. I wish there was a appendix that included the images as I would pay good money to attend the gallery viewing as well as the art show that Fox does!
The writing is enticing juxtaposed with cautious. The characters are vulnerable and yet trust implicitly. I felt both of these characters as they vacillated in how to balance their life, their roles, and their identities after a loss. I appreciated the before and after moments because they gave me a chance to truly understand the motivations of not only who they were as people but why it should matter that they healed.
This book showed me how very important it is to truly love mind, body, and soul and how rare it is to be able to have all three at the same time. I wasn't expecting how they got to the end since Brit and Damian seemed to know the other so well. However, I think that had they not gone the route that they did it would not have had the same ending. I loved watching the healing of the main characters. Especially Brit in her paintings. The purge of her emotions through her paintings and eventual understanding and acceptance of an awful tragedy touched my heart.
I hope in time there is a book for Fox. I feel like there is more to his story and would like to see it. This has been a great collection of stories that are complete standalones ( I actually need to go back and read book two because somehow I missed it). I like that so far they have been very different and the premise of the fourth book seems to be going in an0ther direction as well. That speaks volumes of the author and how skilled she is.
I would highly recommend this book
This book could use a good editor. But does it really need one? I enjoyed reading it but frankly, though I love men a whole lot I would not ever want to be anyone's "sub". Still, I think that the book attempts to blend love and commitment in life to the world of bondage, and who can say if this is possible. It is a good read, but don't expect D.H. Lawrence.