This is going to be a short and sweet review because I will just say that this book did nothing for me almost from beginning to the part where I started scanning over a very bad scene.
Gabe and his two friends, Ash and Jace, have the world at their fingertips. They are business partners, millionaires, and playboys. Gabe was burned in a bad divorce, so marriage to anyone is not on the table. But the men also share a penchant for BDSM and rough sex. Gabe has noticed that Jace’s little sister has grown into a woman they have all had a hand in raising, but now he sees her as a woman to dominate over the little girl he helped raise. When Mia shows up at a party, Gabe decides it is time to make his move to have strictly a sexual relationship with her.
Mia has always loved Gabe, but never figured he noticed her. When he offers her a contract for a BDSM relationship along with a job as his assistant, she does read the contract and make notes to him on things she wants changed. The two then embark on have some very rough sex where Gabe just uses Mia as a receptical for his desires. After each encounter, he worries in his head about the sick roughness he feels he preyed upon her, but accepts he can’t change himself.
*** Here is where I am going to give a spoiler. So if you don’t want to read it, skip the rest of the review. I will also be a little more graphic in this phase to make a point. ***
So after this scene, I kind of just skimmed the rest of the book. I was so turned off by what had happened, I lost all interest in these two getting a HEA. Why would I when I really don’t think he cares for her and she is just a doormat to his needs.
So I can’t recommend this book. It hit points that pushed my limits and not in a good or healthy way. Maya Banks is a favorite author of mine, but this book failed on so many levels to make me feel there is any hope for these two. Not a happy ending for me as a reader.
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