- Liquid Silver Books
- Release Date
- August 2014
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Two men, one woman and the thrill of exploration come together when a secret fantasy is revealed in Finding Her Fantasy. From the corporate boardroom to the beaches of exotic Belize, Melinda is about to discover bondage and being bossed around is a complete turn-on … that is until a madman, bent on kidnapping her for real turns her fantasy into a nightmare. Explore the world of a fantasy revealed in this exciting, contemporary romance by Trista Ann Michaels.
After finding out the man she thought was "the one" had only wanted her money, Melinda Hawthorn began to wither away. She turned cold and bitchy, drank more than she should, and worked way too much. Being mega-rich wasn't all it was cracked up to be if she could never trust anyone. And pissing off her twin brother, the CEO of the corporation they'd inherited from their grandfather, probably wasn't the smartest move on her part. Especially since she'd revealed her secret kidnapping fantasy to him in a drunken confession.
Erik and Jon were thrilled when they got the call from Melinda's brother to come "kidnap" his sister. Melinda needed a break, and if she wouldn't take one herself, then they would make sure she did, and return her to her sexy, confident self at the same time.
Melinda had always had a kidnapping fantasy, but she never dreamed she'd find sharing, spanking, bondage, and being bossed around just as sexy. Hidden away with Erik and Jon on a beautiful seaside estate in Belize, Melinda finds out just how kinky her fantasies can get, and Erik and Jon find out just how strong their friendship is when they both fall for Melinda. But when a real kidnapping threatens Melinda's life, can they get to her in time to keep her and their growing dream of a life together alive?
Content Notes: Hot, Anal Play, Anal Intercourse, D/s Elements, Ménage, BDSM, Spanking, Non-Sexual Violence, Contemporary
Book Review by Delta (reviewer)
Dec 09, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
79 people found the following review helpful
You'd be hard-pressed to find a woman who wouldn't want to be kidnapped and taken on a forced vacay by two very sexy men!
After a soul-crushing, ego-destroying breakup, Melinda Hawthorne finds herself drinking and working the days away trying to lose herself from the misery. One particularly low night, Mel told her twin brother about her kidnapping fantasy...something he decides to make happen to get her out of the office for a few weeks. When Mel finally finds herself at the mercy of her brother's sexy friends Erik and Jon, something in her clicks and finds peace.
For two weeks in Belize, she'll happily obey the two Dom's requests, even as both men find themselves falling harder and harder for the corporate vixen. But Mel's ex isn't happy that he's being denied her inheritance and decides to get it in whatever way necessary. Will Clark succeed this time or will her fantasy men be able to protect her?
FINDING HER FANTASY featured two hot alpha men and a woman begging to be captured by them. I found the storyline to be decent, the writing good, the characters sexy, the setting pretty...nothing extraordinary about any of it, but it was all just OK. Jon and Erik were Doms, and Mel's naturally submissive sexual side was totally turned on by that. Likewise for the men, they were smitten with the beautiful-lady-in-the-streets-but-freak-in-the-sheets persona their Mel had going on.
I was bummed by the lack of guy on guy action, I felt like the two men had more chemistry and familiarity with each other than with Mel, which would've made them good lovers. And while Mel's connection with Erik was decent, it felt like she barely tolerated Jon's presence a lot of the time. There was barely one threesome sexual encounter and can hardly be called a ménage book, unfortunately.
The suspense felt a bit like an afterthought, thrown in to thicken the plot a bit but falling completely flat. It didn't fit with the feel of the book and felt out of place. Overall this was just an average book for me.
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