Software mogul Blake Landon has met his match in headstrong Erica Hathaway. While his controlling nature and her independent spirit continue to battle, Blake has no intention of letting her out of his life again.
Erica has given Blake her trust and her love, determined that they will conquer any challenges together. But when he demands more and tests the boundaries of her commitment, she is forced to face the dark desires he's kept hidden.
As their bonds grow tighter, their enemies close in. With Erica's start-up in danger, Blake's frustration grows as he tries to protect her from those who would ruin her only to get to him. Can their relationship survive when Blake's enemies cross the line and threaten more than her livelihood?
Plots, plots, and subplots
Plots, plots, and subplots. This story keeps you on the edge. Each book gets closer to tying all the loose ends only to have it unravel at the end and leave the reader reeling to find out what happens next.
I'm loving Blake and Erica. Their developing relationship and Meredith's romance with a naughty kink is fabulous.
It went downhill fast...
The first two books weren’t that bad...but this one just went downhill fast. I stopped at a 138 pages and couldn’t go any further. I found myself wanting to scream at Erica and shake some sense into her. For someone who just finished her business degree, she’s missing a lot of things. Blake’s behavior got worse...
Nasty and disturbing
I can't believe I have read three books in this series. The best answer I can think of is that, despite everything else I hate about the book, the author has made me care about the heroine, Erika. I really want her to get a grip and find a way to get a life without that depraved man she is so obsessed with. This book glorifies sex addiction and the abuses that doms inflict on their subs. It is difficult to think how many young women, even girls, might be reading this and thinking that this type of relationship between a man and a woman is somehow normal and desirable. It's understandable that women want to explore sexuality in the safe way that graphic books like this allow them to do, but it seems exploitative in the way that the main character doesn't seem to be able to overcome the addiction and abuse to which she succumbs. Erika is still a victim, after three books. I can't take it anymore.