Sunday, July 19, 2015

Temptation to Submit by Jennifer Leeland

Publisher:  Loose Id LLC
Date published: 9/02/2014
ISBN: 978-1-62300-374-6
Contemporary, BDSM
Reviewed by Gabrielle (

Obtained via publisher
 4 Hearts


Victoria has had a hard life and when her job is threatened she tries to find a way to make it all work out but one man; Atticus is throwing a wrench into it all.  Atticus is one of the men who have come to take over the company Victoria works for. When she learns that she is working under him Victoria does not know what to do. She wants to help save the company but at what cost? Will it cost Victoria more than just her peace of mind?  As long as she can stay strong Victoria has a chance but Atticus has his sights on her. He has wanted her from the moment he saw her and is more than willing to fight to break down her walls. Can the two work together to save the company or will it all fall apart before too long?

I enjoyed my visit to Atticus and Victoria’s world. Their story is full of emotion and strife. Victoria feels that she needs to hide and is ashamed at that need. She longs to let go and feel safe. She wonders if Atticus could be the man for the job.  He is all that she longs for in a man but she is still afraid. Atticus is a good man. He cares deeply for Victoria and waits for her to open up on her own. He gives her glimpses of what it could be like if she only let go. Watching their relationship grow and take shape was a great read. The two work well together and make a good couple.  As hot as the two are together we see the love that Victoria and Atticus begin to share. It was nice to watch Victoria learn to trust someone and finally begin to let go and find herself.

As the two try to work through their own feelings they must find out just who is trying to ruin the company. I enjoyed seeing the interaction between not only the main characters but the secondary ones as well. There is so much turmoil and anger going on that it begins to be hard to know just who is friend or foe. I truly enjoyed this book and I hope that there is at least one more book in this series if not more.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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