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Innocence meets Protector

The Southern Gentleman: Protective Instinct Book Cover The Southern Gentleman: Protective Instinct
Dominant Heroes Collection)
Sweden Reese
romance, contemporary, women's fiction, BDSM
Lens Flare Media Group
(3 Sept. 2016)

ENTER THE GLAM WORLD of a crisis management agency specializing in celebrity scandal and political intrigue… (Book 1 of 2)

Sex. Politics. Scandal.

When a shadowy group intent on stealing the U.S. presidential election targets a leading candidate’s daughter, jaded professional fixer Nolan Jackson is hired to safely escort her across the country to a star-studded Election Eve event. There's only one problem: She’s ditched the campaign and disappeared… A southern gentleman who likes fast cars, deadly weapons and total control, Nolan is used to winning at all costs. Except in love. Yet, he’ll soon find himself irresistibly drawn to the candidate’s beautiful, naïve daughter.

Sheltered heiress Lola Randall has always played it safe. Now she’s gone rogue. After escaping the media spotlight and her overbearing parents, the last thing she needs in her life is an alpha male. But when Nolan shows her how good it can feel to relinquish control, she begins to secretly crave his domination. Now, she must choose between her independence and falling in love. Because Nolan is determined to win her heart and nail the bad guys before the opposition finds a way to steal the White House.

Erotic romantic suspense series for mature audiences

At least you are warned that there is a cliff hanger before you start reading this book!

The truly truly Innocent meets an alpha BDSM – Oh and yes, she is naturally submissive – as so many Southern Gals are(!) – under her mother’s thumb but with enough spark to attempt to break free.

So a book for the very adult reader.

A 3 for me but if BDSM is your thing you might give it more.

I didn’t bother to resolve the cliff-hanger – I’m sure it all works out well in the end!

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What is it about that bed?

Hinky Brass Bed Book Cover Hinky Brass Bed
Hinky Chicago
Jennifer Stevenson
paranormal, mythology
Book View Cafe;
October 25, 2016

Too much of a good just enough Lord Randy was bad in bed in 1811, so his magician-mistress turned him into an incubus with a curse: "You don't get out of this bed until you satisfy 100 women!" Lucky for Randy, two hundred years later, con-artist Clay finds the bed. Clay's scam works until that foxy fraud investigator arrives. Lucky for Clay, fraud-cop Jewel has a weakness for hunky con men. Jewel is the hundredth woman, and she frees Randy--now he's her booty slave, and her case against the con artist dissolves in a hail of hormones. Lucky for Jewel, she's got a lusty libido.

Hinky means that something or someone is behaving suspiciously or dishonestly and here we have a bed where it all doesn’t seem quite right – at least the expressions of the women who sleep on it aren’t quite as rested as you might imagine.


This is a spicy story of what can be stored in the brass bedposts that might just be a little bit hinky but also great fun!

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Chatty Ghosts

In Good Spirits Book Cover In Good Spirits
Michelle Bardsley
paranormal romance, mystery,, contemporary, new adult, humour
Freeman Publications
(29 Jan. 2016)

When Las Vegas cocktail waitress Violetta Graves is wrongly accused of killing her ex-boyfriend, she knows the odds are stacked against her. Still, she’ll do almost anything to avoid using her gift (hah!): the bad-luck-inducing ability to talk to ghosts.

Being considered a murder suspect by hunky homicide detective Matthew Stone motivates Vie to straighten out her priorities. She’s being framed by an unknown killer, her uptight sister has lost her ever-lovin’ mind, and the hot guy she can’t resist might have to arrest her. Vie has no choice but to turn to the supernatural for help, and try to remain in good spirits.

Whilst I liked this story – it was very short and thus not enough content.

But the ghost of Violetta’s boyfriend was fun, especially when he could possess other people and talk for them.

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