His to Seduce by Stacey Lynn
Publication Date: March 21st, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
The connection to place, to the land, the wind, the sun, stars, the moon… it sounds romantic, but it’s true – the visceral experience of motion, of moving through time on some amazing machine – a few cars touch on it, but not too many compared to motorcycles. I always felt that any motorcycle journey was special.
DARE TO SURRENDER (Dare To Love #3) by Carly Phillips:
After ending a relationship to a cheating, domineering man, Isabelle Masters takes off in her leased Mercedes, only to be arrested for grand theft and hauled to a local police station. To her surprise, she is rescued by the most unlikely person possible, Gabriel Dare, a man she’s been attracted to for far too long. Gabe offers Isabelle freedom along with an invitation to Eden, an exclusive island resort where everything and anything is possible.
Although Gabe yearns to possess Isabelle, he knows all too well he must fight his primitive need to bind her to him, and instead help bring out the independent woman she yearns to become – or risk losing her for good.
A woman who needs to run her own life. A man who needs to exert control. Can she surrender to his erotic demands without losing her sense of self once more?
I got the chance to read this before it’s release. First off, this is a first and a big honor!
I’ll be honest. I hadn’t read the first two when I got the copy. I purchased both of them, without even thinking. I’m a HUGE Carly Phillips fan. HUGE! There are authors you go back and read, re-read, and re-read over and over. This series was no exception. I blew through the books in just a few days. Three books, about 4 days.
Now to the story:
There’s a hint of slight BDSM. Nothing big, not like the Rough Rider series or similar. I enjoyed it. It was just a hint, enough to add spice to the story. If you’re not a fan, don’t let the hints turn you away.
It’s a classic romance, with that happy ending, but it’s a different spin, as Carly Phillips is known for!
I know I’m leaving out SO MUCH but I don’t want to give away everything. I could gush, but I’d completely ruin the story. Let me just put it this way: my Kindle was attached to my hand the whole time I was reading. Dinner, dishes, bed, working on the computer, etc. I couldn’t put the book down at all!
I love these historical type romances.
This one was fast-paced, with a touch of unique.
It dealt with alcoholism, but it didn’t rule the story.
It was obvious the author put a lot of research into the aspect, and it made the story, not broke it!
This was odd.
That’s sort of normal for the Sandra Hill novels.
I’m used to it.
But it was weird to NOT read a Viking novel by Sandra Hill.
It was written like it WAS one of the Viking series.
It was TRULY weird as hell!