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Posted December 5, 2014
It¿s no secret that I have highly recommended Fiona¿s first book
It’s no secret that I have highly recommended Fiona’s first book in this series (Chloe’s Double Draw) and repeatedly praised the exceptional talent shown in her debut novel.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
So, my thoughts now after this second instalment?
If Fiona Archer hasn’t cemented her place along side authors such as Sophie Oak, Chloe Lang and Cherise Sinclair, then people have no appreciation of the genre!
Ménage and dominant alpha men may not be to everyone’s liking, but I for one say, “Where can I get me some of that!”
Full of the sassy one-liners, loads of laughter, and moments of heartbreaking reality and loss, this story will keep you up all night and have you cursing at the end that you’ve turned the last page.
The characters of King’s Bluff, Wyoming are charismatic, funny, quirky, and loyal to a fault; they’ll have you shouting for joy, fist pumping the air, crying as they hurt, and wishing you could hold them close when they’re suffering the most.
Selfish, I know; but I can’t wait to return to King’s Bluff again and visit with the wonderful people who call this extraordinary place home.
Congratulations to Ms Archer on her brilliant second novel!
If you aren’t familiar with the concept of BDSM; for those who live the lifestyle, whether it be in the privacy of their own home, within a club environment or an occasional group gathering, the one thing that remains the same is the non-flexible rule of “SAFE, SANE & CONSENSUAL”.
The reason I felt the need to explain this? I often have people ask if the books I recommend would be categorised as “light or heavy” BDSM.
I’m not inclined to define this story as either or; as I personally believe the definition is dependent entirely on your particular hard limits.
Moreover, my advice to anyone not sure if this genre is for them; please make sure that you read the synopsis of any book you intend to start. You only have yourself to blame if it isn’t to your liking; NOT THE AUTHOR!
Posted March 22, 2014
Fiona Archer did a fantastic job with this book. The characters
Fiona Archer did a fantastic job with this book. The characters were exceptionally well written. I found myself really relating to the heroine. I was especially pleased with how the heroes were able to help her overcome her self esteem issues in a passionate and caring way. The plot was gripping and this book kept me up into the wee hours. All in all I highly recommend it to others. Well Done Ms. Archer, I look forward to reading other books in this seriesWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 11, 2014
Can't wait for the next book
Another great read from Fiona Archer. The only problem is waiting long after the book was released for B&N to get with the program and make it available to us Nook owners.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.