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Publisher Description

James Caldo needs to control everything in his life, even his wife. But Izzy’s stubborn and is constantly testing her husband’s limits as much as he pushes hers.


When a case at ALFA Investigations takes a dark turn, James is forced to involve Izzy in an undercover sting. The assignment will strain her sexual boundaries as well as the very foundation of their relationship.


Can Izzy hold her tongue long enough to keep them both safe? Or will her inability to fully submit draw the eye of the very man they’re after?


Read the entire Men of Inked series:

Throttle Me (Book 1)

Hook Me (Book 2)

Resist Me (Book 3)

Uncover Me (Book 4)

Without Me (Book 5)

Honor Me (Book 6)

Worship Me (Book 7)

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2017
May 9
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
225
Pages
PUBLISHER
Bliss Ink
SELLER
Bliss Ink LLC
SIZE
1.3
MB

Customer Reviews

Acsiena3 ,

Love the whole series

It was great to see the continuation of Izzy & James’ story. Love the chemistry between them & the whole Gallo clan.

Fiery reigne ,

worship me

the whole series are all good well written definitely 5 stars

Jo D 139 ,

Full of stereotypes

I have mixed feelings for this series, part of me loves the hilarious dialogue and the story (whenever there’s action and movement t to the plot) but I cringe at the stereotypes through this whole series. All of the women, including Izzy, are insecure and second guess everything, the type of woe,n who would say they don’t hang out with other women and prefer the company of men, that’s how they all come across in this series and this book really highlights this with how the women treated the new Inked employee. Then there’s the cultural stereotypes with big, loud Italian family and also Jame’s Cuban family and how the mothers constantly harp on about more grandchildren. The one stereotype that makes me Friné the most is Max, she’s portrayed as the typical angry black woman and it’s awful. I also read the ALFA series and the it’s the same thing, specifically with Frisco’s mother being Chinese and how she’s portrayed. I think Chelle Bliss has it in her to write a really solid book, with truly strong female and male characters without using these ridiculous stereotypes. I feel like I’m reading a Florida version of Jersey Shore.

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