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Freedom to Submit [Freedom, Colorado 1] (Siren Publishing Menage Everlasting)

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  • Posted November 3, 2013

    Title: Freedom to Submit - Freedom, Colorado Book 1 Author: Mel

    Title: Freedom to Submit - Freedom, Colorado Book 1
    Author: Melody Snow Monroe
    Publisher: Season Publishing
    Published: 6-17-2013
    Pages: 164
    ISBN-10: 1627404201
    ISBN-13: 978-1627404204
    E-Book ASIN: B00DZX3AHY
    Genre- Romance
    Tags: Menage, Suspense, BDSM, Erotica

    Danisa "Dani" Milan and her two sorority sisters, Nikki Wilder and Holly Morganton joined together to form a security service agency. Which is how she came to be outside a no-tell hotel in Freedom, Colorado. Thrilled with getting a second set of pictures of Charles Lane for her client. Waiting for Nikki to clear out her listening equipment Dani is just reaching to put her cameras away when she hears a commotion outside the room where Lane holds his weekly dalliance with Carmen Ritchie. She looks over in time to see a man shoot the woman. She quickly takes a number of pictures of the man and then turns on the video component on on the digital camera to capture the man running away from the scene. The shooter suddenly turns and looks directly at Dani. Nikki coming out of her room scares him off.

    Dani and Nikki check on the woman and find Carmen's son, Mark, in the motel room. When police arrive she finds the Sheriff is none other that her high school crush Brady Braxton. After giving their statements Nikki and Dani are headed home when the killer shoots out her windows and runs her off the road. When she fails to meet him at her home Brady retraces the route Dani would have taken home and finds emergency medical ready to put Dani and Nikki in an ambulance. Getting statements from witnesses, checking on the two ladies and staking out the totaled vehicle waiting for the gunman to return for the camera keep Brady busy for the night.

    The following morning he returns to the hospital to take Dani home and tells her of being grazed by the gunman the previous night and that he wants her to stay at his home until the killer is found and it is safe for her to return to her home. What he doesn't tell her is he wants her and that he and his roommate, Lucas Holt. Something Lucas is in complete agreement with. Can the two friends keep her safe? Why did the killer kill Carmen? Was he working alone or for someone else? Will Dani accept Brady and Lucas? Is there a tomorrow for them or just a night?

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 29, 2013

    3.5 Stars Usually I¿m all about the ménage books

    3.5 Stars

    Usually I’m all about the ménage books, what can I say I love the fantasy world! And with them usually comes the sexy smut scenes that a lot of people read the books for. In the case of this book, it has the smutty smut and there is some drama that happens throughout it.
    The characters in the book I thought were really well written, there were the distinct personalities that separated them all from each other. I really enjoyed that because it was really easy to tell who was talking to whom and what was going on. Out of all the characters though, I felt really let down with Lucas’s character. There really wasn’t ANYTHING about him, besides why he can cook so well. I’m not sure if there will be another book in the series about them, or if the following books are going to be about the friends of Danisa that we are introduced to in this book.
    The story itself was a very quick read, which at times I do enjoy that, but I felt like there could have been more added to the story. There were times where the drama that was taking place seemed to move past too quickly and it felt to me like the ending was a bit rushed.
    All in all though, I did enjoy the story and I would read the next in the series just to find out if there is more about these characters in it.

    I received a copy of this book for an honest review

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  • Posted October 2, 2013

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    this book has some very steamy sex scenes, supense with lots of

    this book has some very steamy sex scenes, supense with lots of twists and suprises that kept you guessing. We also get insight into all three characters during the book.

    Danisa was a interesting person and following her as she tries out submission and the sexual journey is very hot as well as intriguing. She also had a great group of friends and instant attraction to Lucas and her old high school crush Brady.

    It was intriguing to learn some things about Lucus and also how he handles someone he really liked, but some of the scenes he did as a Dom were hot.

    Was interesting the interaction between Brady and Lucus, Brady's sex scenes that were just him and Danisa.

    The characters were strong and story was well written and looking forward to more in this series.

    I recieved this book from netgalley in exchange for a honest review

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  • Posted September 15, 2013

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    The first book in the Freedom, Colorado series is hot and steamy

    The first book in the Freedom, Colorado series is hot and steamy read full of suspense and romance.
    Danisa and her two friends have a security agency and while on assignment, Danisa witnesses a murder on film.  She recognizes the Sheriff, Brady, as her high school crush.  The attraction is still there for her so when he suggests that she stay with him at his friends ranch for protection, she accepts his offer.  Danisa then finds herself attracted to Lucas as well and finds out that they like to share. She finds this very intriguing and embarks on a sexual journey that leaves the reader scorched. 
    The suspense builds as Brady attempts to find the killer and protect Danisa. The author has created a very intriguing story with some twists that reader doesn’t expect.
    The scenes are well written and the strong characters draw the reader into the story.  The only thing I wish the author would have made the motive behind the bad guys actions just a little clearer.  I am certainly looking forward to reading the future books in this series.   
    I was provided this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Posted September 12, 2013

    I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review

    I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

    Freedom to Submit was well worth reading. Danisa has recently moved back to her hometown of Freedom, CO with her two former sorority sisters to start a new security firm business when danger crosses her path. She and one of her partners had been out on a surveillance job when she witnesses the murder of one of the people she was watching. Danisa is surprised when she sees the sheriff is none other than Brady, her high school crush. After leaving the scene she is shot out and run off the road. Brady insists she come stay with him and his roommate Lucas when she is released from the hospital. While being worried Lucas won't be happy about it she concedes and goes home with him. Once she meets Lucas she has an immediate attraction to him. The three get to know each other and begin to embark on a menage relationship that Lucas and Brady have been looking for. At the same time they are trying to keep her safe and find the killer. In the end all works out but not without a lot of action, humor, suspense, twists and of course sex. Two Doms and one little sub make for a great read and then throw in some friends to make it better.

    This book contained just the right amount of erotica and balanced with a really intriguing story. For that reason I five it 5 stars.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2013

    Good read

    Looks like a great start to a new series.

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