This is a series of five books or short stories or novellettes or novellas or whatever you want to call them. They take place in between the White years and The Red years and feature our favorite smart-ass, Nora I love Nora. She reminds me of movie heroines from the thirties and forties.
In this story, Nora meets Lance, a sexy male sub. Watch out, world! If you love knights in shining armor, you will LOVE LOVE LOVE Lance. I want a Lance. There aren't enough words to describe him. Every woman needs a Lance!
For instance, check out his favorite position :
"Standing so I can protect you" He ran a hand through her long hair and shoved a fistful of it off the back of her neck. "From behind so I can shield you" She understood at once what he meant. If someone broke into the house while they were making love, Lance's body would stand between her and the intruder at the door. Even during sex he would keep her safe or die trying.
Isn't that the most beautiful thing??
Lance is a dive in front of a bullet kind of a guy. And he's a hottie dad!! Anyone who follows me on twitter knows I have this fascination with hot dads. To me, nothing is sexier than a man taking care of his children
Of course, this book is not just about a sexy male sub. It also has mystery and intrigue
Lance is not allowed to see his daughter, because his ex thinks he's a pervert for looking at kinky porn
NORA TO THE RESCUE
Some questions to ponder:
- How will she save him? After all, she's an erotica novelist and Domme
- Who is after the Dommes in Kingsley's employ?
- Why is King insisting that Lance keep his hands, and other parts, off Nora ?
Well, you'll just have to read to find out!
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In summary, this series has
- a sexy hottie dad
- a Knight in Shining Armor
What more could you ask for?
It's a short series, so it's a nice, fast read and loads of fun. Get it for the friend on your gift list who loves Tiffany or for the one who needs to meet her
As usual, I give her stuff five stars, because I cannot find anything that would make it better, except to send me my very own Lance,