- Carina Press
- Release Date
- February 2018
- Book 2 of Noble House Kink
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Welcome to Noble House, Where Your Passion is Our Pleasure, and Someone is Always Watching…
Hacker Madeline Zane gets off on crossing lines. So when she discovers security flaws in the Noble House website, she thinks nothing of showing up at the door of the hybrid fetish club and demanding an audience with the owner. Especially after watching an intense online scene of the notorious Dom bringing a submissive to her knees.
Kochran Duke is weary of always being in control, but meeting Maddy rekindles his pleasure in what had become strictly business. And instead of making him jealous, seeing her submit to his old friend Ezra has him aching for something he didn't even know he was searching for.
The kind of heartbreak Ezra's lived through changes a man. Maddy makes him crave a life he thought he'd put behind him for good. Watching her with Kochran only fuels his desires, rousing the caged beast within.
Fortunately at Noble House, virtually any fantasy can become reality.
This book is approximately 90,000 words
Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Feb 01, 2018 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
112 people found the following review helpful
Looks like I'm on a geek roll, because lookee here, another book with geek characters!
Maddy is a hacker who tests websites for their security. When she found a hole in the website of Noble House, the online site of a kink club, she immediately drove over to inform the owner and was roped into repairing the hole and eventually was given a permanent position on their staff. Which boded well, because she found herself attracted to Ezra, the computer expert, and Kochran, the owner of the club, and she wanted to explore the BDSM lifestyle that the club supports with these two men…
I found myself hopelessly fascinated by the power exchanges in the story, as well as the way a Dom works in a BDSM relationship and the budding attraction between the two men. Sure, I've read heroes who act in a dominant way, but not as a Dom in the BDSM lifestyle. That Ezra the Dom is a geek only added to his allure, and Kochran is so dominantly male he makes my mouth water!
The author described their reactions and thoughts well, and it's not difficult to follow or even to understand what each character was saying or feeling. The story flows and it's a fascinating, compelling read, especially as it's my first time to read BDSM. That said, though it's enjoyable to a certain extent, I find myself somewhat dissociated from the characters, and maybe it's because I'm not wired for such kink.
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