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Jane is tired of the same old sex. She needs a little kink in her life. She asks her friend Kennedy to hook her up with a Dom, so she can figure out if she’s cut out for the lifestyle. Kennedy comes through for her, but the Dom she hires, is actually Kennedy’s brother, V.
V. and Jane share a little history. Jane has always been infatuated with him, but he was never the type to settle down and commit to anyone. His only commitment is to his band and to his sister. When Kennedy asks him to dominate Jane, his agrees, but only if he can remain anonymous.
The passion they share when together is nothing short of explosive, but when Jane finds out V. is her masked Dom, s*** hits the fan. Knowing the man you love, the man who turned you down once before is the same man you just submitted to, makes Jane a little uneasy and it takes a strong Dom to keep her from running away.
Jane and V. are hot together…like really hot. I loved the BDSM scenes. Nothing too crazy, but enough that is was just what Jane needed. I also really loved Kennedy’s character and I hope we see more of her in the future.
Ella Sheridan did a wonderful job with this well-written story and I look forward to reading more books by this author in the future.
Release date: December 4, 2015
Review copy provided by the author for an honest review
I always get this giddy feeling in my tummy when an Ella Sheridan book lands on my reader. I know I'm going to be sucked into the story and I won't be able to come up for air until the last page. This book was no different!
I love a book where the hero and heroine have history! It may not be good history, but there's a story there. I like seeing what has made them into the people they are. That's what you get with Jane and Vincent (V). He rejected her advances years before and shattered her young heart. Of course, there's a story there, a reason why.
The banter in this book between V and his sister, Kennedy, was fabulous! I laughed out loud and found myself visualizing all the facial expressions during that pivotal conversation. The conversation to set up Janes wild introduction into BDSM. I understood V's need to have anonymity, the need to wear a mask. He knew he had crushed Janes heart, and he was nervous that she'd tuck tail and run! That was a fun twist, keeping the heroine in the dark about who her lover really was. Seeing Jane open up and discover the freedom in her sexuality was beautiful. And knowing that V was taking care of her, that he felt something for her made it incredibly sensual.
Ok, let's get to the good stuff. I'm talking about the sweaty, make your mascara run down your face, praise the gods, hot smokin' sexy times! This book is about the heroines need to explore her submissive needs. Her first taste of BDSM. As a reader, I felt like I was on that journey with Jane. This is a great book to read if you're looking for something that'll let you get your toes wet with the kinky side of sex. V was delicious. I could hear his low rumbling commands in my head. That man knows his way around breasts! Seriously, it was mind blowing how much attention he paid them! Everything about the love scenes made me all giggly and happy. The way V played Janes body like an instrument. And the way she instinctively trusted him. Sigh...it was so good!
I would really like to see V's sister, Kennedy, get her own book. She was spunky and I loved her! This book was a fairly quick read and filled with all the things that make me close my reader with a smile on my face. Likeable characters, great banter/conversation, and a well written story kept things moving beautifully. That is what always brings me back to Ms. Sheridan's books!
She was so embarrassed. They have not seen one another since that dreadful night!! Now Jane is struggling with her sexuality and Kennedy believes she needs a little 'kink' in her life and talks her friend into a BDSM club.. Kennedy reaches out to Vincent since he is a Dom at the club and wants him to work with Jane, she doesn't trust her with anyone but him... He refuses at first and Kennedy talks him into it, but Vincent demands he will wear a mask, to hide his identity. When Jane and Vincent finally get together at the club - it is explosive and feelings are coming out in Vincent that he thought were gone. Jane was so In Tuned with him and can't believe how close she feels towards this stranger...
So without saying anymore ... I do hope Kennedy gets a book herself.. Well worth the read!
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