Thursday, July 23, 2015

Branded Irish

Branded Irish
By Sara Brookes

She’s a genius with biotechnology. He’s a sadist in tailored suits. Their business arrangement is about to get personal…in more ways than one.

For workaholic Arden, the vacation to a tropical paradise was supposed to be relaxing. But when a past lover unexpectedly crosses her path, every desire she has been smothering roars to life. When Garvey offers her a lucrative business proposition handling technology that will revolutionize the industry—and change the world—like a moth driven to flame, she can’t resist.

One year as president of Riding Irish, and Garvey is struggling to balance the burdens of the motorcycle club, his personal life, and his security firm. Weighed down with responsibilities he is convinced he can’t manage, he is near the breaking point. But Arden’s reappearance is a perfect distraction. And his second chance with the only woman he ever loved.

When Garvey teaches Arden to turn the pain he gives her into the pleasure she craves, dark desires are awakened. Limits are tested. And the line between play and love starts to blur. Just as they discover how far they’re willing to go, a heart-breaking deception is revealed that threatens to extinguish their rekindled passion.

WarningTake a sadist with a talent for edge play, add in a masochist who craves his masterful touch, mix in a belt, some ropes, and a set of special knives and this is one second chance love story that will have you aching to get marked.


Good but not my thing.

Review copy provided via Reading Alley in exchange for an honest review.

This was a great story and I enjoyed it, but I made an error when I decided to read this story. I love kink and the author does a great job writing. I'm unfortunately didn't read the fine print where is said he was a sadist and her a masochist. I have difficulty with those concepts. I just can't go there. If you like it this is the book for you. The story around all of the kink is good and I like that part and some of the scenes; others I had to skip. I would read the next book

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