Released: May 20, 2014
Genre: BDSM erotic Romance
Publisher: Malachite Publishing
Reviewed by Lena
On the flap: Lizzy is trapped. Her new Dom Mannix Bonfils and Theo Valencia have bought The Devilhouse. Her estranged parents keep calling, wanting her to quit college to coach Olympic-level gymnastics, the life she escaped at sixteen. Mannix demands that she give up more and more control, and he becomes rougher, more frightening, with her. Her job is gone. Sports reporters stalk her college dorm, looking for the feel-good homecoming story she dreads. Mannix’s sexual power games grow more disturbing every day, and someone tries to shoot them at The Devilhouse, narrowly missing Lizzy. Even though she wants to stay with Mannix, to grow stronger, to be loved, and to fulfill her commitment, everyone is telling her to get out, but they all seem to want something from her. When Theo offers to help her leave, should she stay with Mannix or go back to the prescribed life she thought she had escaped?
I could not put this book down. I needed to see what happened next. Would Theo, who is aware of all Mannix ways and who you can see cares about Lizzy, step in and play the white knight? Would Lizzy finally wake up and know that this type of relationship is not for her? I had to know. Unfortunately, not all questions were answered but enough to give you hope. Especially when Mannix puts Lizzy in Theo’s care for a week while he goes out of town.
I look forward to reading the next episode. I want to see Lizzy get her happily ever after.
Rating: 4.75 Bonbons
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You can always find me with my nose in my Kindle reading a romance novel starring a tough talking, hard loving alpha male and sassy heroine. For the past six years reading has been my addiction. I am always up for a good read and am excited when I get any suggestions. My other loves are working out and spending time with my hubs, family and friends.