Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Reviewed Taking His Hand
David and Rachel continue along their exploration in domestic discipline.
David, a professional disciplinarian, spanks women for a living. After Rachel, his newest client, came to see him, he couldn't take his mind off of her. She's smart, pretty, and very submissive.
Rachel, too, had feelings for David. When he asked her to dinner, she readily accepted. But as she got to know him outside of the professional setting, it was clear that spankings would play an important role in any relationship they had.
Which, however odd it made her feel initially, was a comfortable idea.
Taking His Hand is a domestic discipline novella. It's the second book in the 'Under His Roof' series. This is a NOVELLA, not a full length novel. Expect about 30,000 words, or half the length of a typical romance book.
This second part of Rachel and David's story is just as sweet as the beginning of their relationship in Under His Roof. Now living together, they continue their DD relationship but what I love most about this couple is that they're simple, likable people. The author continues her focus on their DD relationship which develops beautifully while adding in the dynamic of his profession to give the couple something to overcome and strengthen them. Readers see the true give and take in their relationship.
This sequel is a tender happily ever after for Rachel and David despite curves in the road and made me smile throughout the read. Don't let the cover art deter you from reading a great book.
4 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries