» Submission To Desire, Leah Brooke

Posted June 15, 2014 by / 0 comments

BEWARE, please! This book contains explicit sexual content and may or may not contain Erotica &/or BDSM content as well. As such, it is not suitable or appropriate for readers under the age of 17 or readers who would be offended by this subject matter. My review may also contain conversation of the same. This warning has been extended to include some NEW ADULT as well.
Submission To Desire, Leah BrookeSubmission to Desire [Desire, Oklahoma 7] by Leah Brooke
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Published by Siren-BookStrand Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Pages: 332
Format: eBook
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3.5 Stars

[Siren Menage Everlasting: Erotic Consensual BDSM Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, spanking, whipping, sex toys, HEA] Brenna Nelson roars into Desire, Oklahoma, for the express purpose of giving the owners of Club Desire a piece of her mind. She's suffered pain, fear, and even the loss of her job at the hands of one of their trainees, and she places the blame directly on their shoulders. Trust doesn't come easy for her, but their concern for her, and outrage at what their club member has done to her, eases some of her fears. Before she knows it, Royce Harley and King Taylor ensconce her in their floor at the club and she's signed a contract to become a submissive at their hands for a month and then be auctioned to live out her wildest fantasies. The sexual journey Royce and King take her on, though, proves more powerful than she anticipated, and proves to her that she is right where she belongs. ** A Siren Erotic Romance


My ThoughtsGreen swirls

Okay, we have the 7th installment in the Desire, Oklahoma series by Leah Brooke.  I’m enjoying this series.  It’s hot and fun to read.

With this installment we finally get to see King and Royce in full force.  They’ve been looking for their significant other for a long time and were sure that they would never find someone that they could fall in love with and have her accept what they needed. Then Brenna came into town.  Well, stomped into town really and right into the club that King and Royce co-own and manage with another character from a previous book in the series (Blade).  She is pissed that she suffered at the hands of a very poor Dom and excuse for a human being and she blames King, Royce and Blade’s club and them for his training as a Dom.

I wish there was a way that I could rate this simply on the hotness of it because it would be a  Sizzling stars-5, however, “hotness” is not all I can rate it on.  The male characters from Desire, Oklahoma {King and Royce} are great.  They’re your typical alpha-male Doms but yet they have a caring side to them that just makes you melt.  It’s the same with all the men in Desire, Oklahoma.  No matter how dominate and controlling they all seem to be, you melt in their arms {or at their feet 😉 } and you just can’t help it because they’re so entirely adorable and caring and yet not belittling.

Brenna on the other hand… there is just something about her character that bothers me.  I mean she’s got a spitfire attitude when she wants to, but she just doesn’t use it enough.  She flops back and forth and to me that makes her a little weak.  She went from wanting to beat the crap out of King and Royce for “training” her abusive ex, to, within what seemed like minutes, agreeing to a contract between her and the two Doms and is so scared of losing them that she doesn’t act like her true self.   I don’t know if this has any relevance or not, but just now while trying to get the words down for this review I had to refer to my notes and the book itself because I couldn’t remember her name.  Now that’s pretty bad… or my memory sucks.  I finished the book 3 days ago.  I should have remembered the characters name so I’m thinking that she just wasn’t that memorable.

The story wasn’t too bad.  It carries the same theme as the rest of the books in the series so far.  Damsel in distress but doesn’t want to admit it so as not to look weak until the male character draws it out of her.  It may be repetitive but it’s still part of what makes these books so much fun to read along with all the hotness.

I love how Leah Brooke keeps bringing back previous characters so that we don’t lose touch with them and also mentioning other characters that we have yet to hear their stories.  It makes it feel like I’m keeping up with a family and not just random characters.

I can’t wait to read more from Desire.  There are a ton of people that I need to hear their stories yet.  Keep ’em coming I say.

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About Leah Brooke

Also writes Historical (Old West) Erotic Romance under the Pseudonym Lana Dare

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