The Suit and His Switch Claim Their Sub

Jenika Snow
The Suit and His Switch Claim Their Sub
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Evernight Publishing
Release Date
August 2013
Book 1 of The Suits
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more

Blythe Winters had only ever wanted to be a dancer, but an ankle injury claimed her career and her dream. When she is offered a temporary position as a personal assistant to a powerful man, Dietrich Moore, she can't refuse. Spending a month on the sandy beaches of Portugal doesn't seem like work, but it doesn't take long for her employer to get under her skin in the most intimate of ways.

Book Review by Delta (reviewer)
Sep 29, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
150 people found the following review helpful
When an uber dominant Dietrich, his sub and switch Stellan Alfonso and the very submissive Blythe Winters come together in the bedroom, all bets are off! The explosive BDSM sex featuring MM and MMF action is definitely something you should have some privacy for before reading.

When Blythe Winters accepts a temp job as the personal assistant to Dietrich "The Bear" Moore, CEO of Moore Industries, she has no idea how her life is about to change. Blythe is to accompany the very dominant Dietrich to Europe for a month, despite the fact that he makes her very nervous. Dietrich is immediately certain that Miss Winters is the one for him and his lover and sub Stellan Alfonso. Stellan is also a switch, and Dietrich can't wait to watch him dominate the curvy beauty.

Even though Blythe was aware that Dietrich and Stellan were lovers, she's still stunned at how their passionate kisses and murmured words arouse her. She's even more stunned when the men seem to want her! But Blythe is new to the D/s game. Will she be able to handle two very dominant men controlling her?

THE SUIT AND HIS SWITCH CLAIM THEIR SUB is the first book in The Suits series by Jenika Snow. I went back and forth about whether I actually enjoyed this book. On one hand, the sex was smokin' hot, but on the other hand I didn't really feel a strong connection between Blythe and either man. That said, I did think Dietrich and Stellan had great chemistry, and the scenes where it was just the two of them were beyond erotic and well-written.

None of the characters were developed very well, which made the entire story feel pretty superficial to me. I would've liked to have seen some more depth to each of them, more than just the "he's very dominant" and "she likes to be controlled in the bedroom" information. I also didn't really understand whether Dietrich wanted a 24/7 D/s relationship with Blythe or whether they'd meet one another as equals outside of the bedroom. Blythe was very demure, and at times seemed like a bit of a doormat.

Overall, despite some serious editing mishaps and a lack of complexity, THE SUIT AND HIS SWITCH CLAIM THEIR SUB wasn't too bad of a book.
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