Monday, November 2, 2015

Review: Sinners by J. Richards


Title: Sinners
Author: J. Richards
Goodreads Summary: Not all who wander are lost...

Tabitha LeClaire searches the kink clubs in San Francisco for the Dom who can push her limits, yet still appreciate the finer points of manners and grace, which she's worked so hard to master. When a friend introduces her to a mysterious masked man, Tabitha thinks she may have finally found her match and eagerly accepts his collar. But she may have made a mistake—as they say, marry in haste, repent in leisure.

Self-made businessman Nathan Battle loves his new little sub. But he can't let her know that. Pushing her to forget her proper manners, he offers her a collar, hoping to keep her subservient to his needs. For now. Because Nathan doesn't do relationships.

Until family issues demand he return home, and he realizes he doesn't want to go without his little slave. And when his mother falls in love with Tabitha, and his brother starts making eyes at her as well, things can only go from bad to worse. Until they hit rock bottom when he finds his brother and his little slave in bed...

Reader note: contains BDSM, spanking, BBW heroine, dominance and submission, wax play, rope bondage, and strong erotic romance elements



Rating: 5 Stars
Review: ~I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review~

Sinners is perfect for anyone who is looking for a book that doesn't bother with much small talk and gets to the point right away.

Sinners tells the tale of a Sub looking for the perfect Dom. Eventually, she finds him. But unlike other Doms, he makes her fall in ways she didn't think were possible.

He was looking for the perfect Sub, and found her. But she is unlike others. He is drawn to her, but afraid to get close.

Sinners tells the tale of two people who love each other when they thought it wasn't possible.
Purchase: Amazon
Recommended for: Fans of fairytale type romance and Erotica.

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