Genres: BDSM Romance, Erotic Romance, Menage Romance
Published by Samhain Publishing
Released on July 10, 2012
After reading this book, I can’t wait to find time to go back and read book #1 in this series!
Gus Taggart is that likable police officer you see patrolling your neighborhood. It’s all he ever wanted to be and he has no desire to be promoted. When the guys at the precinct send him for donuts, he isn’t to worried. But they give him the money and the address of where they want them from. Cornucopia is a frilly, feminine bakery and Gus knows he has been set up and will be laughed at bringing frilly donuts.
Aislynn Darby owns Cornucopia and right away imagines dominating the alpha male, Gus. She gives a few commands and he responds beautifully. When Gus shows up a the club that night, she choose him as her next victim to dominate.
The two have an intense scene that only makes them both want more. It also sends a few doubts in Aislynn if she is really the Domme she thinks she is. But then she plans a huge publicly visible scene that pushes all of Gus’s boundaries. In return she offers herself to him unconditionally. I don’t want to give away much of this huge scene because it shocked me in a lot of ways. While I do believe in equal opportunity in genders of dominants, I usually don’t go for romances where the dominant is really a Domme. Aislynn was well trained and I ended up loving how she commanded Gus to do some really embarrassing and pushing the boundaries actions.
Gus does then put Aislynn through her paces but setting up a scene he orchistrated. Again is pushed even Aislynn’s boundaries. The hero and heroine were well matched on what they were willing to do for each other. I felt the heat that that flowed between them. It is a short time frame for the interactions and scenes, so I don’t know if they were at the beginning of a relationship or if they felt they were well established.
If you want to shock your reading, this will do it with a punch at sexy that will leave you wondering how they got through everything. While I would normally say sign me up for what she is having, I think I will leave it all to Aislynn to take as she did an awesome job taking everything Gus doled out.
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