- Tri Destiny
- Release Date
- January 2012
- Book 1 of Stewart Realty
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Jack Gordon is Ann Arbor's most delectable bachelor. At age thirty-five, he's made millions as a top-selling Ann Arbor real estate broker and has the right connections to close a deal by any means necessary. With his rugged good looks and compelling personality, he has a virtual black book most men would kill for and he uses it often, never settling for one woman for very long.
While his D/s past remains buried, exactly where he wants it, an undercurrent of boredom and dissatisfaction runs through his life now. A disastrous experience years earlier made him swear off the whole scene, but the more Jack suppresses his natural Dom, the more his frustration grows.
Sara Thornton, a rookie in the real estate game, has fast-tracked herself to the top of the Ann Arbor market. Her life reflects a disciplined and focused routine, exactly the way she wants it. However, as her career takes off, the fulfillment she seeks remains inexplicably out of reach. The one thing she knows for sure, she will not join the Jack Gordon groupies in her company, no matter how tempting that might seem.
A chance encounter, then a difficult transaction, throw Jack and Sara together and the sparks fly high and hot and often. Forced to confront the compulsions that gain momentum with each sizzling encounter, their relationship seems to spiral out of control until Jack finally admits what he needs, and shows Sara what she's been missing.
Jun 18, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
182 people found the following review helpful
Jack Gordon is prime meat to women but there is only one who seems to evade him in every way possible—Sara Thornton. The more she evades him, the more he wants her but does she want him?
Jack Gordon is the delectable bachelor in Ann Arbor and a multi-millionaire who has everything in life. He has women surrounding him at all times but when he sees Sara for the first time, there is something about her that haunts him at night. He sees her day and night in his mind and it gets to the point that his darker side emerges. He was in a Dom/sub relationship but it ended in disaster and he vowed never to let anyone in his heart ever again. But once he starts playing again, it's hard to stop and he doesn't know if Sara will be able to handle it.
Sara Thornton is a single, independent, strong-willed person who has her work cut out for her about keeping her feelings for Jack secret. She tries to be strong and becomes a workaholic in order not to have any contact with Jack and it helps, but soon it is unavoidable. When a moment of passion ends with her on her knees with her hands bound and being spanked, there is some kind of feeling that overcomes her. She has never had this feeling so strong before and her mind fogged over what just happened between her and Jack. She is intrigued about the "BDSM" world and she seeks information on the Internet. She can't seem to trust him but when she is ready, he proves her wrong. Men can't be trusted.
I have to say I have heard lots of wonderful things about this series and I had to read it from the beginning. I am so happy that I did and so happy to do a review on it. FLOOR TIME is nicely written and with characters that seem so realistic. The sparks that fly between Jack and Sara are flaming but no matter how much they try to keep apart, they seem to find a way to be together. Relationships are hard at times but if they are not willing to be open to each other, then it can't work out. All relationships have their rough patches but in Jack and Sara's case, it seems they have more rough than good. Jack needs to learn that he needs to be open about his true feeling for Sara and stop trying to deny his true self—that he is a Dom. Sara needs to learn how to trust—fully trust—because without it, she will never be able to submit to Jack.
I have to know what is next in their life journey and see if they are both able to be in the Dom/sub relationship they deserve to be in, and if they will get their happily ever after. Can't wait to read the next book, Sweat Equity.
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