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Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by St. Martin's Griffin
Released on August 11, 2015
Here we are at the last book and I can’t say I love it. The pieces are disjointed, there is no depth to the characters and I am bored. Since each story is a add on, spoilers will not be contained.
Mason has three days to convince Dana they are wrong for each other. Three days to shock her with his dark Dominant side that she has no clue of and convince her to take his money and live a normal vanilla life. While also doing that he has to figure out what his father has planned as he knows Chaz wanted Dana even as a teen and trolls the virgin selling sites for new meat.
Dana is convinced she can be what Mason needs and wants. She won’t say no and will push to make him realize it to the point I wanted to scream.
And so Mason begins with the first day where he denies her much affection. He makes her kneel, stay naked and perform the sexual acts with no satisfaction for her. Basically a slave with all the right holes for him to use. Mason pushes her boundaries which at one point I figured out she really doesn’t have any boundaries. He ties her up to a chair with a ball gag and leaves her in a room alone with a signal of tapping if it was too much. Granted he watched her on a video screen while he was taking care of issues with his father, but you know his attention wasn’t on her. It is all glossed over.
When she doesn’t give up after that he invites in another man to fuck her. And they get into double penetration. Yep, DP when this girl was a virgin just days before. I was just sitting there shocked at how well she took it all and wanted it to please Mason. *gag*
There were other things he tried to force her to leave him and she hung on to the bitter end until the climax of what Chaz does drives Mason to send her off to France…now wait a minute, when did she finish college to go pursue her MBA? She’s been too busy getting her sex game on to finish her study, do homework or even finish her finals. I guess if you have a billionaire screwing you, he can make things happen or go away.
The ending is really rushed and so wrong I won’t go into it. Let’s just say it wasn’t keeping with the characters and it felt weak and silly. These two deserve each other and I say good riddance. I question Mason’s ability to be a Dom and Dana’s sanity to not be a doormat. The story was disjointed and felt like it was rushed and crammed into a book. Just not what I was hoping for when I picked up this serial series.
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