Review: Levi’s Ultimatum by Eliza Gayle

Review: Levi’s Ultimatum by Eliza GayleLevi's Ultimatum by Eliza Gayle

Series: Purgatory Masters,
Genres: BDSM Romance, Contemporary Romance
Published by Gypsy Ink Books on July 9, 2013
Pages: 187
Format: eBook
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four-half-stars  

I still remember the day when Eliza Gayle commented on one of my Twitter posts (long before I was a blogger) about how she like the name of my newspaper, which is called Pixie Dust and based on Disney Tweets. She like the name Pixie Dust and I have loved her ever since. Flash forward to Authors After Dark in New Orleans when I met her for the first time and she knew who I was! I was a nobody, but she remembered me! So I snap up her books each chance I get.

Levi’s Ultimatum picks up right after Tucker’s Fall with another silent owner of Purgatory. Levi has felt lost since since the night of his father’s death. Never feeling like he has a home to go back too, he decides its time to officially go back home. When he hits town, he stops by the small town restaurant owned by Tucker’s little sister. Grungy and over grown hair, he meets a precocious five year old and falls instantly in love with her cuteness, but when he lays eyes on her mother, Tori Ford, he is floored with the instant feeling of ownership he has for her. Checking in on Purgatory, he encounters Tori as Mistress Cat, a Domme working with male subs. Intrigued, Levi outs her to the club manager and moves in for the rights to call her his submissive.

Over the years Catori Ford has gone from submissive, to wife, to mother, to single mother divorce. She doesn’t need the added complications of a day to day man in her life. Her submissive days died with the love of her life and she doesn’t want to go back. Being a paid Mistress, and waitress are just to make ends meet. Her secret desire is baking pies and wants to grow that into a business to support her daughter. But there is some need inside her that makes her want to submit to this unknown man with a dark past.

The a possible tragedy comes into play, the two learn more about the character of each other and have to learn trust to move forward. As the story moves on, you finally learn a little more about what happened the night they were young that caused them to split up. Levi, Tucker, Mason and Nina are harboring secrets that are slowly coming to light to both their inner circle and quite possibly the world.

The story is short and move extremely quickly, but nevertheless it moves on full on steam to bring you some of the most incinerating BDSM scenes. There is heart, love, sex, and some spankings to keep you warm, but also a deep mystery to keep you intrigued to want the next story now. So now I get to start pestering Eliza for the next story. Please write faster 🙂

 

 

About Eliza Gayle

After growing up in the South and dividing my time between Florida and North Carolina, I decided that 2012 would be my year for change. I rented out my house on the East Coast and convinced my family to join me for a wacky trip across the country. Now I write my romance books from a small island in the Pacific Northwest while contemplating our next home renovation project on the fixer upper we bought.

When not writing, I’m likely to be found with my nose in a book or sitting in a darkened theater watching the latest blockbuster movie. Unless it’s not raining, then I guarantee I’ll be outside soaking up the sun or exploring one of the many nearby forests.

If you’d like to check out one or more of my books, I’d be tickled pink. I primarily write paranormal shifters and contemporary romance with BDSM elements. I dig reading and writing series, so you’ll also find I have several. It’s an addiction.

I love getting feedback so I look forward to any and all honest reviews as well as recommendations for good books. I am always on the hunt for a new favorite book.

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Shari is the Delighted Reader. Married to her Prince Charming and mother to two Princesses and one Prince. When she is not slaving away as Cinderella she loves to get lost in the pages of a good book. Never without a reading device and a few good paperback books, because she never knows when she might get 5 minutes to read!
  • Sophia Rose

    I love and hate that feeling of loving the story and it finishing, but then having to wait for the next one. Glad you enjoyed this one.