Genre: Erotic, intended for mature audiences
Published By: Loveswept
Release Date: July 21, 2015
Pages: 239 Pages
In this erotic story of temptation and total surrender for readers of Sylvia Day and J. Kenner, a powerful master gives his dream girl a new beginning in the dungeons of decadent ecstasy.
Running from a troubled past, Sandra Barry spent years hiding out in New York City’s BDSM scene, finding satisfaction and even a sense of community as a sub at a large dungeon. But when a stalker joins the dungeon posing as a Dom, he crosses her personal boundaries, giving her no choice but to return home to Arizona. Seeking refuge once again in the kink lifestyle, Sandra meets a sexy new Dom whose tutelage drives her wild—although there’s something familiar about him she just can’t place.
As a teenager, Brent Weston was a nerd. Now he owns the hottest dungeon in Phoenix, enjoying the power and success he’s always craved. All that’s missing is the right woman to share it with. Then one day Sandra, his secret high school crush, walks into his club. She’s just as beautiful as he remembers. She’s also scared as hell. Brent has been waiting for this moment, and now that Sandra’s in his sights, he’ll do anything to protect her, pleasure her—and prove that he’s the only master worthy of her devotion.
My Obsession is intended for mature audiences. Includes a special message from the editor, as well as an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
***I received a copy of My Obsession by Cassie Ryan via Random House Publishing Group - Loveswept and Netgalley for an honest review***
What all should I say besides I love the book. In my opinion, the author not only knows how to write a story, but to draw the reader into the plot as well.
Though it starts slow, the speed and action, all the action heats up quickly between Sandra and Brent. Our hero and heroine are old classmates, yet she does not recognize him from school, but he recognizes the girl he’s had a major crush on throughout high school. But I am getting ahead of myself as usual.
We start out with Sandra literally running from a tragic past in NYC, but where to run to? Why back home, of course to Phoenix where she is staying with her bff from school, Michelle. However, back in NY she discovered that she has a kinky side. She likes to watch others having sex and not only that, she had begun to explore the D/s relationship. Now in Phoenix, she seeks membership to the exclusive Club Desire, owned and operated by hotty, mchot Master Brent. Did I forget to mention that Brent has an uber crush on Sandra since high school when she turned him down? Well oops, my bad. Now I won’t give the rest of the story away, but needless to say, Brent is not the boy he used to be and Sandra is not the frightened girl hiding secrets anymore either.
At least she isn’t by the time Master Brent is through with showing her just how well he can make her body sing. Smokin’ hot sex, an introduction to the world of BDSM that many may not know about (I for one have a different connotation when I hear the word Munch), and a suspenseful story beyond and within Club Desire brings My Obsession to the top of my recommendation list. I was either on the edge of my seat or having my heart ripped out. I most definitely did not want to put the book down.
As a romance, you know there will be a happily ever after, but the ride getting there is part of the fun and My Obsession is no different. The author pulls the reader in, so that you can imagine yourself as Sandra wanting a hunky Brent all of your own. If this is the first of a series, I cannot wait to meet the women who put the men of Club Desire through their paces.
Cassie Ryan (aka Tina Gerow) started her career writing steamy paranormal romance under another pen name. However, when one of her critique partners suggested she try her hand at contemporary romance, she gave it a shot—and Cassie Ryan was officially born. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona, and besides being a write-a-holic, is a frequent speaker on several writing and motivational topics.
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