A sizzling-hot new romance trilogy from the author who has "cornered the market on sinfully attractive dominant antiheroes and the women who swoon for him" (RT Book Reviews).
Set in the popular Stark world, featuring the beautiful billionaire Dallas Sykes, who was introduced to listeners in the Stark International trilogy.
©2016 Julie Kenner (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Recorded by arrangement with Bantam Books, an imprint of Random House, a division of Penguin Random House LLC.
loved the book , the readers.....hate the games of publishers....need to get more vigilant about making sure either book is stand alone or all have been released before getting any.
An intriguing taboo love story but it was mired in a kidnaping subplot as well as a bdsm subplot.
It was well written but the pace was slower than I would have liked. There wasn’t really romance, it was more like dark and erotic passion. I suspect more romance will come in book 2.
Dallas Sykes is known to the general public as “The King of F**k”, the billionaire and uber playboy who has and will sleep with anyone. But behind the mask lies a lonely man who desperately longs for only one woman. He uses his time, money and influence to fight behind the scenes as the founder of Deliverance. A mercenary group dedicated to rescuing kidnapping victims and returning them to their loved ones.
Jane Martin has been working for ten years to exorcise the demons from her traumatic kidnapping where she was held for ransom with her brother Dallas. Now she is taking up fighting vigilante groups that focus on the reward money as opposed to the actual kidnapping victim.
Dallas and Jane are doing their best to keep busy because they feel bereft without the person their heart desires the most. The angst of the situation kept it suspenseful. I was hopeful because it was clear there would be healing once Dallas and Jane surrendered. To deal with their yearning, Dallas and Jane begin sexual play that is both erotic and very sensual.
What I didn’t like the build of the forbidden issue perhaps because I didn’t find it so unthinkable. Such emphasis was placed on it when it was clear that the hero and heroine were undeniably drawn to each other. The story flowed much smoother when they gave in to their feelings.
I look forward to the resolution of the mastermind of the devious kidnapping as I have my suspicions. I also look forward to Dallas and Jane finally coming to grips with all they have been running from.
I wished she would have just split the POVs instead of a narrator going from 1st person to 3rd person then to Dallas! I think reading this would have been even more confusing! It was a twist to what we are used to with Dallas Sykes from the other SIN books... I would like to see where it goes.
It wasn't that easy of a listen for me and it was also alot to follow at times. I was very excited for this one to come out, but now I'm not so sure about the next ones.
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