By: Harper Sloan
Have you ever felt like you were living your life for a future that was predetermined? Like there was some bigger picture you just prayed you would someday see clearly? That picture has been crystal clear to me since I was old enough to recognize it for just what it was.
Or I should say recognize him for who he was.
I’ve loved Cohen Cage since I was a small child. He’s been my everything for the last twenty-two years. I’ve loved him through every girlfriend he’s ever brought home. Through his college years and then mine. I’ve loved him through two deployments. And ever since the day I told him how I felt, he’s acted like I’m a stranger.
My name is Danielle Reid, and it’s time for me to get my man.
Our future is an unexpected fate, and no matter what our parents, siblings, and friends say…it’s going to be worth every second of the fight to make it happen.
By: Ainsley Booth
Warning: This is just the start. This doesn’t end well. And it’s going to get much worse before it ever gets better.
I push her buttons. I want to push them in the good way. Dirty, up-against-the-wall, my-hand-in-her-pants kind of way.
But that’s not possible, because I’m dark and she’s light, and we both know it.
So I push her buttons in the bad way, making her hate me.
If a genie granted me three wishes, I’d ask for Cole Parker to never look at me again, that I’d forget the dark promise in his eyes, and that just once, before he vanished from my life completely, that he’d push me up against a wall and make me scream.
Then I’d go wash my mouth out with soap.
Part one of a three book serial about a bad-ass alpha male and the curvy woman he can’t give up.
Hate F*@k: part two is coming March 24, 2015 Read more…
Hate F*@k: part three will finish the serial in April 2015
Burning For Her Kiss
By: Sherri Hayes
Beth Davenport has no interest in getting involved with another man for the foreseeable future. To say her last relationship ended in disaster would be a colossal understatement. The only reason she agrees to put in an appearance at Serpent’s Kiss, a private kink club in downtown St. Louis, is because her best friend, Nicole, won’t quit nagging her. When she walks in the door that night, the last thing she expects to do is meet a man who will have her reconsidering her ban on men.
As a captain with the St. Louis Fire Department, Drew Parker is used to being in charge. His crew relies on him to make sure they know what they’re doing and return home to their families after every shift. It isn’t, however, what he wants in a relationship. Drew decides to join Serpent’s Kiss to see if what appeals to him in fantasy is something he wants to explore in the real world. He’s also hoping that he’ll be lucky enough to meet a woman with whom he can explore his desires. The night Beth walks into the club, he is intrigued. Drew has to get to know her better.
After what happened to her, Beth is reluctant to get involved with Drew. It doesn’t matter that he is sweet and charming. She’s been burned before and Beth doesn’t think she can survive having her heart crushed again. Drew, however, won’t take no for an answer. He wants a relationship and is determined to chip away at her defenses until she relents. Will she give him a chance, or did her ex leave her with scars too deep to heal?
Am I allowed to say that a book is light and fluffy and BDSM?!?!?!? Because I really feel like that fits the description of this book! Drew is new to Serpents Kiss, which is a BDSM club and he is looking for a Mistress. Beth was burned in the worst way by her prior submissive, so she is wanting to mend her broken heart…….. alone. But Drew isn’t wanting that. He is hoping that Beth will teach him the ways to being a submissive and since he isn’t a submissive outside the bedroom………. he goes after what he wants.
I enjoyed this book and it had some interesting back stories that I would have loved the author to explore. I remember when I read the book that I was hypothesizes about all the different back stories. But the author did not go into a lot of depth for those stories. Part of me wonders if she didn’t because she wanted the focus to be more on the couple instead of all the drama in their lives. To be able to show a couple that can have all the chaosis of the world and be able to take it in stride and not get sucked into it. However, I would have really liked someone to tell Ben off!!! Just saying!!!
I can’t wait to keep reading this series as so far it has been off to a good start!
Rating: 4 Stars
**Special thanks to the author for providing me with a copy in return for a fair review**