Her mind rejects his world. But her body knows its master.
Journalist Caroline Preston arrives at Serve, New York City’s hottest BDSM club, with one goal—to hate it. If her brother wasn’t trying to turn the family’s respectable financial magazine into a publication that features “lifestyle” pieces for the wealthy and adventurous, she wouldn’t even be there, trying to write an article about a world she doesn’t understand.
But then she sees him.
Jonah Briggs doesn’t leave his post for just anyone. As the owner of the club, his sole purpose is to ensure that his clientele get everything they need, but when he sees Caroline, his only thought is what he wants—to dominate the sexy little reporter and give the most exquisite pleasure she’s ever experienced.
Caroline has no intention of entering that particular lion’s den—not with her family’s reputation at stake—no matter how dark, sexy, and complex the lion in question may be. But with every encounter, she craves more, and with every slide of his lips, she realizes Jonah might just be the man to break down all her defenses…if she’ll let him.
I read the first 6 books March-June of last year
My favorites in order are:
- Owned by Fate (#1) because Caroline and Jonah are just so fucking hot together. It was a great start to the series.
- Driven by Fate (#5) because British men have always been a weakness for me. It must be something about their manners and accents.
- Exposed by Fate (#2) because I’ve always had the best friend’s brother fantasy (despite never having a best friend whose brother I was attracted to).
- Mistaken by Fate (#3) because there was just so much chemistry and the old flame story is always a good one in my book.
- Rules of Seduction (#7) because Nolan is super sexy, genuinely
caresabout taking care of Ava’s needs (BDSM-related and not), and I can also totally empathize with Ava’s struggle to maintain her individual self while exploring her kinky desires.
- Protecting Fate (#6) because I really loved Z and Sarah (they are hot together), but the way they handle the secondary conflict in the story (the other shoe, so to speak) turned me off. I just felt like they were being a little stupid… which is never a good thing.
- Betting on Fate (#4): I loved Will. Penelope… not so much. But the idea of a Dom and a Switch (who leans Domme) was interesting to read.
- Bind Me Before You Go (#8) is my least favorite one because there isn’t a true Dominant and submissive relationship here. It’s very intense, but it didn’t hit the buttons I was hoping it would.