- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- February 2016
- Book 2 of Scandals
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
I thought I was happy. Being a part of the world famous boy-band Right Time meant lots of traveling and endless girls at my fingertips. But watching Dillon settle with one woman had me rethinking my life. I realized how out of control I was. When Jas took me to a BDSM club, I discovered a way to take some control back. Then I saw her. She was bound in rope, and I knew I had to have her. What I didn't see was the other woman watching me, nor did I realize the scandal that woman would cause.
I discovered so much about myself in my year working in Paris, but learning I was sexually submissive was the most important. I knew when I returned to Australia I was going to miss the BDSM club that had become a second home, so when the owner asked to use me in a demonstration I agreed quickly. I loved being bound, and he was a master with rope. I had no idea how much that one choice would change my life so completely.
May 08, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
150 people found the following review helpful
As a member of a rock band, Zeck is used to keeping a low profile off the stage. When he's introduced by his bodyguard to a BDSM club, he's hooked from the start.
Author Khloe Wren matches up a shibari-loving submissive with the talented musician in ZECK. It's novella length with just enough of a storyline to provide a good appetizer.
Because of the length, there's not much time to develop a solid relationship between Issy and Zeck. Since they are connected by a shibari session, I would have expected more attention focusing on the intricate details involved in the BDSM lifestyle. As it is, there is a great deal of untapped potential.
The added drama of a jealous woman provides an interesting plot twist, especially under the circumstances. Since this is the second book in the Scandals series, it is only logical to conclude there would be a scandal of some sort.
My preference would be to read the entire series together since it is likely that each band member will get his own story.
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