- Dream Words, LLC
- Release Date
- October 2013
- Book 2 of The Doms of Her Life
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Raine Kendall has everything a woman could want…almost. Sexy, tender Dom Liam O'Neill is her knight in shining armor, but Raine keeps pinching herself. Is he too good to be true or is this growing connection one that could last a lifetime? She's constantly torn by her abiding feelings for her commanding boss, Macen "Hammer" Hammerman, especially in the wake of the mind-blowing night he cast aside the barriers between them and ravaged every inch of her body.
Hammer, Liam's former best friend, can't stop coveting Raine. But Liam is determined to hold and guide the woman he loves and see if she can be the submissive of his dreams. However, he's finding that her trust is hard won and he needs a bloody crowbar to pry open her scarred soul. So he risks everything to win her once and for all. But once he's put his daring plan in motion, will it cost Liam his heart if he loses Raine to Hammer for good?
Dec 02, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
87 people found the following review helpful
THE YOUNG AND THE SUBMISSIVE is the second book in The Doms in Her Life series. It is the story of Raine, Hammer and Liam, two men in love with the same girl. One man has her and the other thinks it is too late.
I have not read the first book, so I started at a slight disadvantage because the beginning starts where that book left off. Once I was past the references to what occurred in Book 1, I started to like the story. If you have not been in a BDSM relationship or read any books on the subject, it does give you an understanding of some of those relationships because that is the type of relationship the characters have, or should I say, hope to have.
The characters, their interactions with each other, and their individual backstories were complete in some instances and incomplete in others. That made me wonder what happened in Book 1, again. The evolution of the relationships and the plot of the book made sense. I liked how the characters evolved with the relationship. People should grow together, not alone, especially if you are in a romantic relationship.
If you think that this book is mostly about sex, it is not. It is definitely about the relationship. I have read BDSM erotica before that has been mostly about the sex, but this is a book about the relationships, which is great. The ending makes me wonder, is that it? What is next? Who is next? Is the series only about Raine, Hammer and Liam, or will the other characters get a book, too?
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