Damaged Goods

Damaged Goods

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by Lainey Reese
     
 

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New York, book 2—Homicide detective Brice Small’s current case has him stymied and frustrated. A serial killer is slaughtering young women, and after a long, fruitless day poring over the most gruesome evidence he’s ever seen, he needs a break. Stepping into his friends’ BDSM club is a reminder of another part of himself that’s

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New York, book 2—Homicide detective Brice Small’s current case has him stymied and frustrated. A serial killer is slaughtering young women, and after a long, fruitless day poring over the most gruesome evidence he’s ever seen, he needs a break. Stepping into his friends’ BDSM club is a reminder of another part of himself that’s been left empty in a life ruled by work. The fact he’s a Dom in search of a sub. When he bumps into Terryn, a slender redhead who’s new to the scene, her wide-eyed, eagerness even in the face of her nerves attracts him like gravity. Terryn is the sub of his dreams, with the power to ease his soul. Then the murder case unexpectedly reaches ugly tentacles into the most private parts of his world—the club, and the woman he wants to claim as his own. A woman whose stubborn search for the delicate balance between sub life and independence could put her directly in the path of the killer.

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"Damaged Goods is an astounding addition to the New York series and well worth the wait. Lainey is a gifted writer with a knack for writing characters with a great balance of depth, strength, and emotion." —Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781619212695
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing
Publication date:
07/01/2013
Series:
New York Series
Pages:
202
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.60(d)

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Christian Fox is a seasoned veteran for erotica narration.

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Damaged Goods 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 64 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this story....it was a great read...its the 2nd book in the new york series....table for three is the 1st...so start there if you havent read that...but I loved that it followed his detective theme and not all bdsm...i woild recomeend this book to everyone...so buy it...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I fell in love with Table for Two and with Ms. Reese's writing style and characters. Damaged Goods was not a let down. It had all the steamy stuff and just enough suspense. It was a little over 400 pages on my nook. I would recommend it for anyone looking to liven up their library. Can't wait for the next one. ;)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you read A TABLE FOR THREE then u will enjoy this one.. i can't wait for the next one... ;p
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can't wait for the next!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was not as good as the others in this series. I thought the characters lacked emotion and words were just words spoken from a script. Won 't be buying any more from this author.
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CaylaA More than 1 year ago
well i really suck as these but I will give it my best shot because Lainey Reese is an amazing author this is the second book I have read by her and it has not disapointed me in the least. I fell instantly in love with Master Brice when he he was introduced in Table for Three Terryn is an awesome female. This book was great like i said i'm not disapointed at all. I fear I will once again dream about the people in this book and like the other one I could not put it down once I started it. 
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ci7 More than 1 year ago
This is a great read, the whole series is great.
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This book to me was not as good as Rileys story. It went to fast without developing the characters and the story. For lack of a better term it was a wham bam thank you ma'am and just fell a bit short. An ok book but not a great book
chalie More than 1 year ago
HOT!!!!!!!!!! Great Story!
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bbyktchr More than 1 year ago
WOW I fell in love with TABLE FOR TWO and anxiously awaited the sequels. Was not disappointed. All I can say is Keep them coming Ms Lainey
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Marissa Book provided by the author for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book First off the bat, I love that this book incorporates a mystery as a major part of its storyline. It gives the book more meat, a substantial reason for being other than just the sex. The sex, however, is the actual meat of the story, and I loved every spanking and hand-cuffed moment of it. Terryn is very believable as the small town girl who moved to the city but still retains some of her small town charm. Even though she’s been in New York for a few years, she’s just now beginning to explore her “wild” side with a membership to a BDSM club. This is what makes her a believable character. She’s not a fresh-off-the-bus naïve, young thing. She has moxie and just enough attitude to make it plausible that she would be exploring her “wild” side. And as the story begins, she is exploring and is open to the world of BDSM. She doesn’t tumble into it unexpectedly or try to hold it at bay after discovering that she enjoys being tied up and spanked. This is what I truly liked about this character. Brice is the typical Dominant hero – a cop who likes to be in control of all around him, including his woman. Again, he is too perfect. I don’t find any flaws in him. No scars. No fears. Nothing. I like flawed heroes so I had a harder time accepting him than I would if he were scared of bees or something. However, for a flawed hero, he is one sexy man and his Dom side is very appealing. While this story is number two in the series, you don’t necessarily have to have read the first book. The characters from A Table for Three do show up but Damaged Goods takes place two years later. The relationship between all of the characters is fully explained – not glossed over or ignored. I have to say that I enjoyed this book so much more than the first book, mostly due to the fact of the murders and the mystery. (I’m a diehard mystery/thriller fan.) But I also loved the development of the characters. Not to mention the sex. Lots of sex. Hot BDSM sex.
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Lascobaby More than 1 year ago
Never read anything from this author before, was pleasantly surprised. Will definitely be buying more of her books!
pilsilver30 More than 1 year ago
it's a sequel for the book "Table for three" and I absolutely loved it. I wish it was a character like this - six foot five w/gorgeous blond hair and blue eyes, who knows how to be a very experienced dom. A happy ending is a good bonus as well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book started off a little slower for me than ATable For Three. I loved these characters too though.