Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Date published: September 2010
Contemporary BDSM romance
Reviewed by Valerie
Obtained by author
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE! May Aiona has had a crush on Evan Chambers for some time. He’s always hanging around where she lives and making her heart go pitty-pat. He doesn’t seem to notice her. She’s had some dates but has always found the men she’s dated boring. So, through a friend, she gets to visit the local, exclusive BDSM club where she can explore her interest. May only has to submit publicly to one of the owners. Now, Evan’s friends have noticed his interest in May and make sure he finds out what May is up to. Evan will not let May submit to his best friend and business partner, so he is the one to dominate her at the club. After that one night, Evan is plagued by his past and he thinks he is not worthy of May. Also, he is used to always being in charge, but May has made it very clear that he can dominate in the bedroom, but outside she is in charge of her own life. And there’s a stalker with a sick obsession with May and maybe Evan won’t be able to help her.
Wow, wow and wow! Melissa Schroeder is back with a bang! This is the third in The Little Harmless... series and has been highly anticipated. Ms. Schroeder has not disappointed but she has delivered a story that will knock her reader’s socks off. I loved her heroine. She is a woman who is very much in command of her life and of those around her. She is capable and down-to-earth. Such a shame, her love life is non-existent except for her trusty battery-operated-boyfriend. Now, Ms. Schroeder’s hero is a man who also likes to be in charge all the time. He is also has a tortured soul and needs a lot of love and patience. May is perfect for him. Evan’s journey to true happiness is not easy for him and sometimes I felt like hitting him over the head, but Ms. Schroeder brings a lot of emotion into this story and it flows beautifully. The love scenes are extremely hot, so keep some ice nearby. I sighed in satisfaction at the end of this wonderful story, had lots of warm fuzzies around my heart and a tear in my eye. This is a story that will be read again.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.