By: Sam Crescent
Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
Published: August 26, 2014
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance
Content: M/F, BDSM, Spanking, D/s, Oral Sex
Heat Level: Scorching
Date: December 9, 2014
Isabella is a librarian and a virgin. She’s tired of her friends nagging her and so, she sets out a plan. The first man to hold her interest is the man she’s going to lose her virginity to.
No matter how much chemistry was between them, losing her cherry against a brick wall was not the stuff of fairytales. There was no way she’d be giving herself to a man any time soon.
However, Jake refuses to step down. He’s got a reputation to uphold and he refuses to let her go until he shows her what it really means to be under a Dom’s care.
Bella is a quiet librarian who is on a mission to lose her virginity so her friends will stop teasing her. She goes to a club with her friends and meets Jake. She doesn’t tell him she is a virgin and ends up having a less than stellar first sexual experience outside the club, at his hands. She quickly makes her escape and goes home hoping to forget about it and get on with her life.
Jake is a Dom who has recently been stripped of his priveliges at the club he works at. Because of a bad decision he made, the other Doms don’t trust him and he is not allowed to train subs at the club until further notice. He meets Isabella and has what he considers great sex with her outside the club but is confused when she runs away without giving him her phone number. In trying to track her down, he finds out she was a virgin and has been ruined on the thought of sex forever and he seeks her out to repair the damage he has done.
I really enjoyed this story. Jake is very much the typical alpha-male Dom. Bella is the meek, shy librarian with the submissive side who enjoys a bit of kink. They are a perfect match and Jake seems to know this from the beginning and pursues her relentlessly. The huge mistake he made in the beginning, by unknowingly taking her virginity in such an uncaring way, made him more believable, in my opinion. I liked that the author made him seem more human with actual flaws and that he owns up to them. He basically spends a good deal of the rest of the story trying to make it up to her. The intensity of their feelings for each other seems to take them both by surprise and it’s actually a very sweet love story with a lot of hot sex.