Rebecca Grace Allen
(Legally Bound, #3)
Publication date: April 29th 2019
Genres: Erotica, Romance
Exploring their fantasies could save their marriage…or push it over the edge
Legally Bound, Book 3
Samantha Archer’s life has hit a wall. Her world is housework, homework and reminding her husband—the biggest kid in the family—to help out at home. Once she felt confident, powerful and sexy, but Brady doesn’t seem to notice her anymore, and now all she feels is invisible.
Brady has tried being the goofy guy who stole Sam’s heart, but it’s not working. He’s losing the woman he loves and doesn’t have a clue how to fix it. He’s keeping his darkest fantasies hidden too, sure they’re not what Sam wants, and his inability to please her cuts him deeper than she knows.
When Sam lands a new job at a law firm, Brady still won’t pick up the slack, and one night giving him orders unexpectedly reignites their missing spark. Sam discovers the Femdomme she didn’t know she was, kindling Brady’s submissive desires.
But while things heat up inside the bedroom, life outside it starts unraveling. Brady’s need to call the shots at work complicates his hunger to kneel for his wife, and Sam has longed to experiment in more ways than one. Their exploration of dominance and submission goes a step too far when they invite Sam’s sultry switch coworker into their bed, and the fallout could cost them everything.
Warning: contains a six-foot-five, ex-football player geek and a ballsy, badass redhead who’s learning to unleash her inner Domme. Scenes depicting humiliation, pegging and threesomes could disturb, or stimulate a thirst for adventure.
Have you ever read a book and didn't want it to end? Have you ever read a book and thought now I can really relate to that? Have you ever read a book and said FINALLY a book that shows the struggles of real life and it doesn't blow smoke up your ass telling you life is just one big rainbow and your the pot of gold at the end of it? Well, for me this book was absolutely the one I didn't want to end, the one that I could relate to (for the most part anyway), and it definitely didn't blow smoke up my ass about how great life was....and I LOVED every minute of it!
Their Discovery showed the everyday struggles of a married couple that lost their way in the romance area of their relationship. They are bogged down with two daughters one that suffers from ADHD, work, dealing with aging parents, you know real life stuff and it's not surprising that they forgot how to communicate with one another especially since each of them have been hiding a side of them the other knows nothing about.
Brady and Samantha have to find a way to make things work or their marriage may collapse under the struggles of life. Samantha has a gift for reading people but for some reason she can't read Brady she can never figure out what he's thinking or why he doesn't do the simplest things she asks so she starts to let her inner Domme out and she sees a difference in him, can't it be that he's hiding the fact that he's a submissive just like she's been hiding she's a Domme? Their friends are in the lifestyle, Brady's older brother Jack is a Dom, we met him in book 1 His Contract, so maybe they need to face the fact that they enjoy kink as well.
This story is not full of hearts and flowers so if that is what you are looking for you won't find it here, what you will find is a story about two people you can relate to because their struggles are real whether you have kink hidden in you or not.
I purchased the audiobook and I have to say that the dual narration by Burke Stevens and Roxanne Castro was superb. They did a great job with not only bringing Brady and Samantha to life but also the secondary characters as well. If you have the opportunity to listen to the audiobook I would definitely do it.
This book is for 18 and over due to subject theme and sexual content. Happy Reading...or listening!!!
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