Monday, September 3, 2012

Review: His Forbidden Submissive by Brandi Evans



Review: His Forbidden Submissive
Author: Brandi Evans
ISBN: 9781419939976
Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Erotica
Format: Ebook
Price: $5.95

With her cancer is remission, Vivian Michaels is about to make a few changes in her life and divorcing her cheating husband is just the start. Step two; tell her brother-in-law, Brock, just how she feels about him. He devoted his time to sitting with her as she fought for her life when her husband was too busy with his latest fling. Sporting a new sensual look, Vivian is ready to start living her life and she knows just where to start.

Brock Michaels has always felt a deep connection with Vivian that only deepened with every passing moment of his bedside vigil. So when she shows up on his doorstep with a proposal to stick it to her cheating husband, he is all too willing to help. Vivian wants to join forces with Brock's construction company and land a successful job bid that will rocket both their careers.

Vivian has always been attracted to Brock, but honestly who wouldn't be. A man the size of a mountain, covered in ink, a smoothly shaved head, and a heart the size of the universe with eyes only for Vivian. Her proposition with Brock has a selfish side and one that she plans on indulging in...claiming the man that saved her life. Their passion consumes them both as they spend the day making love and surrendering to what they have both been denying themselves. But, how will she respond to his true nature as a sexual dominant and part owner of a local fetish club or the secret he must keep from her for fear of losing her forever.

These two are phenomenal together. Both are beautiful people, who finally have a chance to be together, loving and supporting each other with a combustible sexuality when they unite. Ms. Evans created "real" characters which true emotions and depth to their character. I thoroughly enjoyed their journey of discovery.

Michele gives this book
 

1 comment:

  1. I really enjoyed this review. I loved this book so much!

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