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Coda (The Submission Series, #9)
     

Coda (The Submission Series, #9)

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by CD Reiss
 

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The Stunning USA Today Bestselling Epilogue to the Submission Series.

Did you want a pat little ending about me and Jonathan riding off into the sunset? Did you want flowers and stars? Man, I wish it was all soft filters and violins. I wish we could fight about who cleaned the bathroom or who was cooking dinner. But I knew

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The Stunning USA Today Bestselling Epilogue to the Submission Series.

Did you want a pat little ending about me and Jonathan riding off into the sunset? Did you want flowers and stars? Man, I wish it was all soft filters and violins. I wish we could fight about who cleaned the bathroom or who was cooking dinner. But I knew I was never destined for simple contentment.

I almost committed murder for him. I almost tore us apart to save him. How do you get back on the horse after that? Because, I promise you, nothing is the same. Nothing.

I’ve earned our happily ever after. Now I have to survive it.

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Books 1-8 are bundled into a low-priced edition called Complete Submission - AVAILABLE NOW
 

Product Details

BN ID:
2940151753647
Publisher:
Flip City Media Inc.
Publication date:
03/18/2015
Series:
Submission Series , #9
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
103,267
File size:
424 KB

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Coda (The Submission Series, #9) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow. Stunning and powerful i didnt want it to end.
SexyVixenReader More than 1 year ago
Perfection... I'm not going to say to an ending because this couple will keep going on. CD weaves the tale and keeps us loving Monica and Jonathan.
MaryJoMI More than 1 year ago
OMG! C.D. Reiss grabs me every time and keeps me prisoner until the story is done. Life for Monica and Jonathan is very different after his heart transplant. The doubts and insecurities that they are both dealing with following Jonathan's surgery are rooted deep, what they have forgotten is to communicate. I loved when Jonathan finally took back control of his life and reignited Monica's submission. The struggles ahead are many but we get to experience what made them such an amazing couple as they work together to overcome everything life throws at them. We also get all the amazing kink that Jonathan loves to deliver to Monica!
Marianna-ALustForReading More than 1 year ago
Jonathan and Monica have been to hell and back in recent months. Life might be moving on but the strain is making them drift apart. This final book in the Songs of Submission series (a.k.a. the best series ever) is about a husband and wife finding their way back to one another and who they are. This one was all about the feels. Oh so many bone deep feels. The previous book, Sing, ripped my heart out and then tap danced all over it. While it might have been put back in place by the end, like these two beautiful characters it wasn't fully healed. So for me, Coda was not only about Jonathan and Monica healing, but me as well. And it was not an easy process. Sure there is some beautifully punishing Jonathan sex involved, but like I said... the feels. I cried. A lot. Again. There is more pain, there are huge fears to overcome, but despite the hurt it was a wonderful journey. Sad doesn't even begin to describe how I feel about the series being officially over. No one has captured me like these characters have and I don't think anyone else ever will.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Terrific love story with an UMPH.. i have experience with a husband having open heart surgery and the overwhelming feelings but can't imagine the angst for all with a transplant. On top of all else enduring a miscarriage is almost too much! You wrote a wonderful emotional sexually charged story touching on so many subjects that
BookwormBrandee More than 1 year ago
To have this extra installment in Monica and Jonathan's story is a gift. Their story couldn't end with sunshine and rainbows - their story was never those things. But through all the anxiety, the tragedy, the triumphs and celebrations, 'the end' is exactly the end for them. I liked getting this glimpse into life for Monica and Jonathan following the events in Sing. What they each experienced, both individually and as a couple leaves me speechless. Even though they love each other enough to move mountains for the other, they're each living with fear, worry, and anxiety of what they stand to lose. They are each so much more cognizant of that now. Because of the fear, they're each holding back to a certain degree. What I enjoyed most was watching as they realized this and each took the necessary steps to ease and soothe those fears so that they committed and submitted completely to one another. Coda wrecked me and then filled me with hope...much like Jonathan does with Monica -- destroying her, then soothing her, loving her. I don't think I realized until just now how similar the experiences were. Monica and Jonathan's story has been real, raw, complicated, and beautiful. I've loved being along with them on their journey. And I'm worn out, sated, and blissful over their end.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love Monica and Johnathan hate to see it end.
TheMrs13 More than 1 year ago
I've been meaning to get into this series for ages now but for one reason or another I just never did. When I saw the complete 1-8 submission series on sale for $.99 I told myself excuses end now, needless to say I purchased the submission series about a week before the release of CODA.  I regret waiting so long, honestly this series is ridiculously good. I was sucked into Jonathan and Monica's world the instant I read the first paragraph. I couldn't put it down. It was like a vortex and I'm both happy and upset that their story has come to an end.    It's Sensual, It's raw, it's sexy as sin, and highly emotional. As I mentioned before once I started, I couldn't stop. I needed more like I needed air, and I promise you, you'll feel the same. If you are looking for a series that will change the way you feel about novellas then SONGS OF SUBMISSION series is the way to go. Jonathan and Monica will take your heart just as they took mine and they will make you  angry, happy, afraid, and sated all at the same time. They have fought for their love and now they are fighting for their happily ever after. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a great and fitting end for Monica and Jonathan. Beautiful.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was amazing and beautifully written. So sad to see this series end after nine books but CD wrapped up Monica and Jonathon's love story so beautifully.  It was raw,angsty and emotional from beginning to end. Loved the epilogue and thought it was very fitting for this couple. CD is definitely the queen of smut and it really shows in how she writes her sex scenes. Looking forward to more of this talented authors books.
Emily-SBDR More than 1 year ago
Good thing this isn't written on paper or you might see the tear stains from this book turning me into a purely hot mess. I get it, I've read the entire series and her other series but good lord woman just once don't completely mind f*c* me. Just once. Hell, who am I kidding?!?! I loveeeee it. This book was the delicious marble-swirled topping to my favorite decadent, creamy chocolate cheesecake. Yes. THAT good. Just as my heart was mending back together and I felt a murmuring of warm fuzzies CD Reiss ripped all the color out of Jonathan and Monica's life... She made me hit a new emotional low for the series. One, quite frankly, I didn't think I could come back from. Leave to this delightfully twisted author to give the happiness we've all been dying for for 9 books back in just one scene. One scene at the end that puts the band-aids on your heart, pats you on the shoulder and gives you a slap on the ass for good luck into the future. Obviously, by my semi-dramatic (okay, that may be an understatement) opening to this review Coda sent my emotions on the deadliest, scariest rollercoaster. You know that one that may make you cry while you're on it, but leave you feeling exhilarated and like you want to become an adrenaline junky? Yeah, that one. But looking back on this series, Monica and Jonathan deserved nothing less that the ending our Mistress have them. They fought will every ounce of their might to get where they ended up and that makes it worthwhile. That tenacity gets rid of any doubt I ever had in these two. Simply put, it was beautiful. An exquisite finale that left me in a settled happy place instead of leaning over the abyss like the other books did. Don't get me wrong, I'll miss these two crazies and there's a definite emptiness feeling that comes with finishing their story. But they deserved that happily ever after. A LOT of blood, sweat and tears went into that happily ever after. I will make on not about this book - there was part of the book that hit an uncomfortable spot with me, truthfully, that scenario is incredibly difficult to read in any book, but for this one Ms. Reiss went so much further into detail and I about put the book down. But heed my warning, it's difficult yes, but when you get there just keep going. It'll get better and make sure you read the END NOTES!!! There is a personal note in there from C.D. Reiss that yes, broke my heart a little more, but also gave me the utmost respect and love for her as an author and her characters for being able to make convey the brokenheartedness I'm sure all readers felt while reading the book. All I can say BRAVO! An incredibly mind blowing ending to an already fantastic series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I simply loved this book. CD Reiss is so talented and can pull out so much emotion in her work. What a master story teller. Can't wait for Rule.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
OM F ' n G!!!! I have never enjoyed and ending I didn't want to happen more! CD Reiss is our Queen of Smut!