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Genres: BDSM Romance
Published by Love Swept
Released on March 10, 2015
Club Sin is just that! Sinful reading. Now throw in a bratty sub not looking for a long term Dom. A Dom looking to become a full blown Master at Club Sin. Taming the shrew has never been so satisfying!
Installment 5 of the Club Sin series brings back Porter Marshall from book 2 as Cora’s former Master. After helping Cora find her HEA in book 2, he has remained at Club Sin and with the end of book #4, he has been given an opportunity to be a Club Sin Master with one caveat; he must tame the sassy spit-fire sub, Kenzie Hart, within 30 days. Never one to shy away from a problem, Porter tackles Kenzie both at the club and out of it. Being a private investigator, Porter can tell when a sub is lying to him or leading him the wrong direction.
Kenzie Hart isn’t looking for a HEA. She gets what she needs from Club Sin and leaves it there. Extremely private, she doesn’t share her past of present with anyone at Club Sin. But that’s all about to change as she starts getting threats against the bookstore she inherited from her grandmother and continues to run.
I really like how the two interacted together. Porter with all his self assured dominance and Kenzie’s slightly broken psyche keep battling what is right, can be bent and what is totally broken. Porter has the patience of a saint and knows just how to handle Kenzie, but he also needs to break open the shell that is being protected as to why she can’t commit and fully submit. The two battle, but also love. This is on the light side of BDSM, which I find more beautiful to watch than hard-core BDSM.
Secondary characters make an appearance and only make me realize this series will be coming to an end soon. *sobs* All my favorite Masters are finding their subs.
The story is not terribly long and can be read in a day easily. The one true draw back is that we don’t get to see the couple after all the conflict has finally washed away. It ends abruptly and I can only hope we get to see more of the couple in the next story.
Sexy fun, taming the shrew, light suspense…this book gives you it all in a small package that leaves you satisfied.
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