Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Review: Angels, Demons and Doms by Caroline McCall and Eileen Gormley


Review: Angels, Demons and Doms
Author: Caroline McCall and Eileen Gormley
ISBN: 9781419940354
Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing
Genre: Erotic Romance
Format: E-Book
Price: $ 4.45

Lexi Carter lived a mundane life working at an advertising agency. While working late one night in her sweltering office, she receives another email for a model with the same name, Lexi decides to have a little fun, but she didn't expect to see an invitation to Hades, the local BDSM club inside hosting a fashion show. Assuming she was alone, she removes her blouse to cool off in front of her fan. Responding to the email by entering her measurements for a custom corset for the other Lexy, she hits send with a laugh. Mesmerized by the website for Hades, she is captivated by one of the four masked Doms inked with a devil tattoo on his chest. Startled by her ringing cell, Lexi answers the call that will change her life in many ways.

Sam Lincoln gazed out the office window of his architecture firm late one night toward to offices across the way and recognized a familiar office aglow. He had been chatting with Lexi every chance he had at Starbuck's and had even managed to get her cell number, but she would never agree to a date with him. What a treat to find Lexi removing her blouse and posing in front of the fan. Sam grabs his camera with a zoom to get a better look at what she was doing in her office so late at night, and what he saw shocked him....angel wings gracefully inked down her back. Unable to contain himself any longer, he calls her cell and releases his long suppressed Dom. When she thinks he is calling from Hades, Sam looks closer and realizes she is looking at the website for his club and decides he must have her, but at what cost.

For a short story, the authors packed a lot of drama into this story. I couldn't help but feel for Sam. He was desperate to have Lexi any way he could have her, but he felt like he was hiding a part of himself from her. Then to have Lexi figure things out and feel like she had been lied to devastated him. The vast array of supporting characters gave depth to the story. Sam and the Doms of Hades would make a great series...hint, hint. The story of Sam and Lexi is an emotional journey through self-discovery and patience.

Michele gives this book
 

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