ARC Review: Yours to Take by Joely Sue Burkhart
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Released: April 2, 2013
Genre: Erotic Romance
Series: The Connaghers #3
The day one of her old clients gunned down a cop, former defense attorney Vicki Connagher lost everything—her passion for justice, and her lover, Detective Elias Reyes. The dead cop’s partner.Even though she’s following her dream to start her own fashion line, it’s tough with heartache as her only companion. Until she brings Jesse, a wandering street artist, in from a freak Texas snowstorm. His submissive flirting brings out dominant tendencies she never knew she possessed, yet she hesitates to let him take her as far and as hard as she wants to go.
As the days go by, the three work out an uneasy alliance. But Vicki’s joy at having Elias back in her life is tempered with a growing desire to have it all. Elias in her bed, and Jesse under her command. The only question remaining is if her tough alpha cop is willing to embrace all that she is…
I think this book may have popped my cherry! I haven’t read any books where the heroine was the dom and there was a submissive man, been as my tastes run the opposite way round I wasn’t too sure if I would like this. I am glad I gave it a chance though as I did enjoy this book.
I liked the caring Vikki showed towards Jesse, not wanting to take advantage of him, I liked that it showed the love between them as well as the smokin’ hot lust. Elias, her other man (the lucky duck!) was good as well, as a dominant man he didn’t want anyone else touching his woman and it was interesting watching the three of them trying to make the relationship somehow work.
A good read, with some very hot sex scenes in it and I will definately look forward to reading some more in this series.
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This book sounds great! I’m liking some BDSM books. I’m new to the genre. Thanks!
Thanks for the review! Sounds *hawt* definitely going to go check it out 🙂
I haven’t read any Domme books either, but I’ve heard good things about this one.
Thanks for sharing your review!
I haven’t read any books with a Domme…definitely looking into getting this one-Thanks Suz!