Dirty Irish

Sara Brookes
Dirty Irish
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Publisher
Loose Id
Release Date
March 2017
ISBN
9781682522882
Series
Book 5 of Sinners & Saints
Genre
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, MC Romance

SUMMARY
He refuses to be owned. She won't settle for anything less...

Natalie has done everything she can to forget the man who gave her the most erotic power exchanges of her life. He wasn't her first lover, but he was the first to submit to her. McKinley wasn't a docile submissive. Whenever she pushed him to the edge, he became commanding and domineering. Perfect. She was prepared to give him her heart, but he abandoned her when she needed him the most.

McKinley swore he would never give up control again. But his reclusive existence has eroded his soul so much, there is nothing left but his need for the only woman he ever loved. Back on familiar soil for a St. Patrick's Day ride with his Riding Irish brothers, McKinley seeks to repair the one relationship he is convinced will cure him of his relentless cravings. This time their reckless games won't break him.

In the secret dungeon at the clubhouse, memories of their wild past rouse sinfully dirty thoughts. Then one fateful moment leaves two rival clubs in an all-out war where Natalie and McKinley are in the crosshairs. They could end up losing everything--including each other.

Book Review by Nikki Prince (author,reviewer)
Apr 19, 2017   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
108 people found the following review helpful
I really enjoyed this take on BDSM because it had a Domme instead of a Dom. This is definitely a fresh take on a very hot kind of relationship.

Honestly coming into this series at this point in the game, I didn't feel like I was missing anything and I will definitely go back and read the other books in the series.

I loved Natalie and McKinley's relationship and felt that even with McKinley being a sub, it still didn't take away from his alpha-ness. Mckinley comes back and Natalie wants nothing to do with him because he has broken her heart. This makes for a lot of hot conflict and even hotter sex!

A great read that I recommend if someone wants something a little different in the dynamics of the usual D/s.
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Book Review by Delta (reviewer)
Apr 22, 2017   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
103 people found the following review helpful
4 delicious Domme stars for DIRTY IRISH.

Grant McKinley hasn't been back to Oahu and Riding Irish for too long, instead opting to live in solitude, pretending to his brothers that life is good. When he comes back to town for a St. Patrick's Day ride, he's ready to see the only woman who's ever brought him to his knees, Natalie Conklin. McKinley lost himself to her dominance once, and left her before there was nothing of himself left. But now he's back, and he wants another chance to prove how much he loves her. But McKinley broke her when he left…there will be a hell of a lot of begging he'll have to do to win her back.

This is a fantastic series, one I recommend picking up from beginning to end. Book 5 in the Sinners & Saints series, DIRTY IRISH is just so fabulous, and like the others, unexpected. You've got McKinley, the typical Alpha male biker who wants nothing more than to repair his relationship with Natalie, his Domme, the one woman who makes him want to serve and worship her until nothing else matters but her happiness. Understandably, Natalie is wary of letting McKinley back in, but she's helpless to resist his restrained power and gorgeous submissiveness. The two together set off fireworks in my kindle, and I was quickly swept up into their furious obsession for each other.

DIRTY IRISH did get a little head scratching at times, it felt like I was missing a piece of the puzzle where McKinkey stood emotionally, but overall this was a decadent read that I found erotic and delicious.

Bottom Line: No OM/OW or sharing; no condom use; BDSM/kink; no sexual assault; some violence, no murder.
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