- Loose Id
- Release Date
- May 2016
BDSM, Erotic Romance
Shane Tiernan, the Beast of Tallavan aristocratic society, needs relief from the matriarchal rules that are destroying his life. His hope lies in a female submissive, newly graduated from a top sex school. From her resume, she seems perfect. Profile and real life collide when he arrives to collect her. He's stunned when he spots her vaulting over a bar and snatching up an ice chipper to defend herself against the giant who is chasing her. Her combination of warrior spirit and long-limbed curves fires his Dom imagination and the desire to bind her in his rope and have her under his complete control.
Adrianna Pacquin is sexually submissive, but don't cross her outside the bedroom. She's escaped the crime lord who plans to marry her once before. When it becomes clear he's still after her, she doesn't intend to get caught. A fortuitous decision to accept the contract of Tallavan Marshal Shane Tiernan promises safety until an attempt to murder him sets the pair on an investigation that will require complete trust in one another. With danger stalking their every step, the secrets they both hide could implode their blooming relationship and leave them exposed to their relentless foe.
Sep 26, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
57 people found the following review helpful
Scifi erotica can be somewhat challenging, but author Cailin Briste tempts readers with SHANE: MARSHAL OF TALLAV.
Adrianna has been trained to be the best of the best when it comes to submission. As the story opens, she is set to start work with a new employer as an assistant/companion. With themes of BDSM interspersed throughout, the story details Adrianna's journey with Shane and their sexual escapades. However, there is a strong thread of drama and intrigue in the form of a very powerful man who will stop at nothing to possess Adrianna.
There is plenty of hot action throughout the story, but unless you are a scifi fan, it might prove difficult to follow. While I liked Adrianna's strength as a character, I wasn't able to really form much of an attachment with the story.
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