Too Much: An All or Nothing Novel [NOOK Book]

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In Lea Griffith’s Loveswept debut, a novel that’s perfect for erotic romance readers, two lovers who have shared exquisite pain and unforgettable bliss find solace back in each other’s arms.
 
Jeremiah Copeland and Daly Edwards have a history. Even though he grew up a criminal struggling to care for two younger siblings, and she’s the pampered daughter of a power-hungry ...
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Overview

In Lea Griffith’s Loveswept debut, a novel that’s perfect for erotic romance readers, two lovers who have shared exquisite pain and unforgettable bliss find solace back in each other’s arms.
 
Jeremiah Copeland and Daly Edwards have a history. Even though he grew up a criminal struggling to care for two younger siblings, and she’s the pampered daughter of a power-hungry senator, they formed a bond that nothing could break. Only a lack of trust ripped them apart.
 
Seven years later, Daly has reason to believe that Jeremiah’s brother is in trouble. She reaches out to Jeremiah the only way she knows how: at his BDSM club, The Underground. But one look ignites a heat she thought had cooled forever. As Jeremiah takes control of her body once again, Daly quickly loses control of her carefully rebuilt world. Too much has never been enough between them, and as danger swirls in the shadows, Jeremiah forces Daly to recognize what has never changed: She still loves him. His command is that she return her heart—and he will make her obey.
 
Too Much is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.
 
Praise for Too Much
 
Too Much was very sexy and commanding at times, the writing was flawless and there’s no denying the sizzling hot chemistry between Jeremiah and Daly.”—Totally Booked Blog
 
“The feelings between Jeremiah and Daly are just as intense as their Dom and Sub play.”—Hines and Bigham’s Literary Tryst
 
“This book is smoking hot. While there are great sex scenes, there is also a lot of depth and emotional ties between Jeremiah and Daly.”—Desert Divas Book Addiction
 
“A sexy and steamy read.”—My Midnight Fantasies

Too Much was an emotionally and sexually charged story about second chances and learning to love and trust again.”—MsRomanticReads
 
“This book is one word: explosive. It grabbed my heart and didn’t let go.”—Mary Elizabeth’s Crazy Book Obsession

Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from other Loveswept titles.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780553390698
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 6/10/2014
  • Series: All or Nothing
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 7,139
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Lea Griffith began sneaking her mother’s romance novels at a very young age, cutting her teeth on the greats: McNaught, Woodiwiss, Garwood. As she got older, her need to devour all genres of romance–including contemporary, paranormal, and sci-fi—grew. Now, when she’s not working her day job, you can usually find her at her keyboard, using every spare second to write. She lives with her husband and three teenage daughters in rural Georgia.
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  • Posted June 12, 2014

    Too Much, Lea Griffith Review from Jeannie Zelos Book reviews.

    Too Much, Lea Griffith
    Review from Jeannie Zelos Book reviews.
    I do love erotic romance so was looking forward to this one. I didn't really enjoy it though – there seemed to be sex on every other page, which would be fine if it was backed up by a decent story but for me that part fell short and * shrug * all that sex just became boring without anything deep for it to relate too.
    I felt neither Daly or Jeremiah really knew what they wanted. If everything was so hot, so needy, so intense between them, how had they managed to stay apart for three years? The novel does give reasons but they just didn't fit for me. There seemed to be lots of angsty soul searching but getting no where on both sides. I felt the Savannah angle would have made for some great jealous scenes and yet...nothing really. I just didn't get the sense of them as people, as we saw little of them in their everyday lives, just their sexual interludes, which I began skipping trying to find the story. The excuses about trust issues didn't work for me either :( so I found it hard to empathise with them.
    Sadly some you win, some you lose and for me this one was lost. As ever though remember I’m just one reader and everyone likes different things. Just because it didn't work for me doesn't mean you won't love it. I'm just giving my opinion and reasons here, its not a judgement of the story, just how I felt about it. I can see from the Goodreads reviews that there are many readers for whom this was a fantastic book.
    Stars:two and a half. Just not one for me :(
    ARC supplied by Netgalley

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2014

    Way too much

    The issues were redundant. The characters immature and one demensional. The sex, not live scenes, were every other page without any emotion. This book was two immature people pretending to be adults engaged in a D\s romance. By the middle of the book I just wanted it to be over. I couldnt get into the sex scenes because the conversation was the same as the last six times. This book had potential but no proper execution.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 18, 2014

    It was excellent! I loved it! I'm not that into BDSM much, but I

    It was excellent! I loved it! I'm not that into BDSM much, but I did enjoy the sex scenes in "Too Much". Daly and Jeremiah had tons of chemistry, and the depth of their feelings really shines through. I loved both of them, and I was rooting for them from the beginning. Jeremiah was very alpha; which I enjoyed, and Daly was still a strong character even though she allowed him to be dominant. What really did it for me was their soul deep love for each other. The bit of mystery was a great addition to the story, and I'm I really looking forward to further books in the series! Definitely want to hear Toby's story, and I want more of Jeremiah and Daly!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2014

    Received an ARC copy for a honest review. This was a first book

    Received an ARC copy for a honest review. This was a first book for me by Lea Griffith and definitely won't be the last. Loved it. Storyline contains action, suspense, emotions, steamy sex and friendship. Loved Jeremiah and Daly's story. They come together after three years absence but their love and steamy chemistry was still there. Both were broken and devastated over their breakup but neither one saw that it was lack of trust on both parties that played a big role in it. Book shows second chances are possible with mutual trust, undying love and communication outside the bedroom. I would recommend this book. Can't wait to see if there is a Toby and Ruthie story?

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  • Posted June 13, 2014

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    Wow! I was hoping for a good, just over the edge, hardcore read.

    Wow! I was hoping for a good, just over the edge, hardcore read. I got it and a good plot to go along. Good job Lea! I will be looking for more of your books to read. I fell for your characters. Copeland fought for his younger brother and sister to have a better life. Daly' s father, who she hates, grew up with the silver spoon. She and her brother Toby were disowned. Toby was a friend to Copeland and worked for him. That's where he and Daly found each other. There was lots of miscommunication between everyone. If you like BDSM you should like this story. If not, just skip right on by.

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  • Posted June 11, 2014

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    I received a copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchan

    I received a copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review, so here it is. Daly Edwards is still trying to get over Jeremiah Copeland after three years of not seeing him. Then suddenly his brothers ring shows up on her porch and she knows David is in some kind of trouble. She tries to call Jeremiah but he will not answer or return her calls. So she does the only thing she knows to get his attention. She shows up at his club, The Underground, a BDSM club where she knew he would be. Toby, her brother, is at the club and she hasn't seen him in three years. Toby and Jeremiah are as close as brothers but when she left, Toby chose Jeremiah. So now she just wants to give him the ring and leave, her heart can't take being around him and not being able to touch him. But when Jeremiah follows her out of the club and takes her home, her body has overruled her mind and she gives in to him. But things are not alright until they talk. They have to clear the past in order to have a future. Can they move past the past and have a future? What will happen with David? Can she and Toby move past the hurt she caused Jeremiah? Is love enough to more forward or is the pain of the past TOO MUCH? This is a first for me by Lea Griffith and I can't wait to read more from her.

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  • Posted June 10, 2014

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    Rating: 4.5/5 Lea Griffith is a new to me author, but after spe

    Rating: 4.5/5

    Lea Griffith is a new to me author, but after spending the past five hours devouring this book, I’m so glad I requested it. I loved the connection between Daly and Jeremiah. From the first page, it was quickly established just how weary they both were about coming face-to-face for the first time in three years. Both of them were still suffering from the break-up three years ago, and neither had really moved on. Daly most certainly hadn’t. If it hadn’t been for the deeply intimate connection they once shared as Dom and sub, then her quick capitulation to Jeremiah’s dominance may have made her seem weak in the negative sense. However, it was clear that she was well aware and angry at herself for caving to him so easily. She wasn’t weak, but she was stubborn. They both were.

    I haven’t come across a story quite like this before. In this D/s relationship, they had no problem trusting one another with their bodies or pleasure. But when they weren’t playing, a lack of trust was the very thing that had driven them apart. Trying to understand these characters and that odd dynamic was what kept my interest throughout. I got the feeling that they both fell for each other so suddenly and so deeply, they never got around to really understanding some base truths about each other which led to misunderstandings and not being able to communicate properly. Daly was a very black and white, right and wrong kind of woman. Jeremiah had an innate need to protect her. No matter how well-meaning Jeremiah’s attempts were to not let the ugliness of his past touch her, he also took away her choices. Daly subconsciously held his past against him which made it so much easier for her to dismiss and distrust his actions.
    Their journey was sexually and emotionally intense. Every (HOT) encounter showed not only how perfect they were for one another, but it also gave them both an opportunity to grow, individually and together, if that was what they both wanted. I really liked the dual POVs which let me know where they were in their stages of healing and communication. Of course their stubbornness made several attempts to derail them, and I wanted to scream at them. The ending was very appropriate and came full circle.

    The secondary characters were interesting enough to pique my interest. I would love to know more about Toby, what happened to him and what his history with Ruthie was. I look forward to reading their story as well as discovering if the Dixie Mafia will return and interfere with Jeremiah’s life. Since this was an uncorrected proof, any inconsistencies I did observe are probably irrelevant.

    The Bottom Line

    Too Much was an emotionally and sexually charged story about second chances and learning to love and trust again. The BDSM elements heightened their dynamics and allowed them to bare themselves on different levels while they worked on their verbal communication. The suspense portion served to make them open up faster, but it was also a predictable plot device that would test the strength of their love. I enjoyed it enough that I will be purchasing this book for my personal collection when it releases.

    Complimentary copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley for an honest review.

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  • Posted June 10, 2014

    They are each other¿s everything... Too Much is an erotic conte

    They are each other’s everything...

    Too Much is an erotic contemporary BDSM romance. Jeremiah is a Dom, and Daly his Sub and the woman who loved him years before. They have an intense history, and when Daly believes Jeremiah’s brother is in trouble, she seeks Jeremiah out to let him know, only it’s in the one place she never thought to return to, his BDSM club.

    Theirs was a powerful relationship, broken only because a lack of trust ripped them apart, but now back together, heat ignites as Jeremiah takes back his control and plays Daly’s body until she whimpers for more.

    The chemistry is hot, and the BDSM is mixed with more poignant love scenes, allowing the reader to connect with the characters on an emotional level.

    This book is filled with surprises, and certainly when danger lurks and their haunting past rears its ugly head, you feel their pain as they must both make the decision about whether to take that step and fully trust each other. I was captivated from the beginning to the end.

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley for an honest review. My thanks also goes to the author for a well written book with fun and interesting characters.

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  • Posted June 10, 2014

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    Read from May 29 to 30, 2014 Book Info  Kindle Edition 272 p

    Read from May 29 to 30, 2014




    Book Info 
    Kindle Edition 272 pages
    Expected publication: June 10th 2014 by Loveswept
    ASIN B00HKVHYVK
    edition language English
    other editions (1)
    Source:Netgalley EARC




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    BOOK SYNOPSIS








    A Loveswept Contemporary Erotic Romance 




    In Lea Griffith’s Loveswept debut, a novel that’s perfect for erotic romance readers, two lovers who have shared exquisite pain and unforgettable bliss find solace back in each other’s arms.




    Jeremiah Copeland and Daly Edwards have a history. Even though he grew up a criminal struggling to care for two younger siblings, and she’s the pampered daughter of a power-hungry senator, they formed a bond that nothing could break. Only a lack of trust ripped them apart.




    Seven years later, Daly has reason to believe that Jeremiah’s brother is in trouble. She reaches out to Jeremiah the only way she knows how: at his BDSM club, The Underground. But one look ignites a heat she thought had cooled forever. As Jeremiah takes control of her body once again, Daly quickly loses control of her carefully rebuilt world. Too much has never been enough between them, and as danger swirls in the shadows, Jeremiah forces Daly to recognize what has never changed: She still loves him. His command is that she return her heart—and he will make her obey.




    Too Much is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.




    Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from other Loveswept titles.




    My Thoughts








    The shared passion, caring and intense love for each other comes through strong and clear every time Daly and Jeremiah are together in a scene. Their problems were never caused by a lack of chemistry and mutual love but rather the fact that outside of a sexual relationship these two characters cannot seem to communicate verbally with each other in a way that allows them to understand each other outside the physical attraction.




    This is in no way a read for anyone who finds BDSM and certain aspects of the lifestyle distasteful, it however will work well for those who can keep an open mind understanding that what works for characters portrayed in the book is not something most of us would ever dabble in or find a need for exploring to enhance our sex lives.




    For me these particular elements are actually secondary to how much we all need to be totally honest with our significant others at all times, as both Daly and Jeremiah find out the first time around at a very high cost which three years later still causes them both painful memories. 




    There is a lot of back and forth rehashing of the past despite that this is an enjoyable read about 2 people given a second chance to recapture their relationship, only this time with both of them on the same wavelength.




    Daly Edwards and Jeremiah Copeland make unconventional sex seem very appealing, it certainly kept them heating up the sheets while getting to the bottom of who was trying to keep them apart from each other permanently!




    [EArc from Netgalley in exchange for honest review]

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  • Posted May 13, 2014

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    A dark and gritty erotic romance

    3 stars!
    Erotic Romance
    Release date: June 10, 2014

    ABOUT THE BOOK:

    In Lea Griffith’s Loveswept debut, a novel that’s perfect for erotic romance readers, two lovers who have shared exquisite pain and unforgettable bliss find solace back in each other’s arms.

    Jeremiah Copeland and Daly Edwards have a history. Even though he grew up a criminal struggling to care for two younger siblings, and she’s the pampered daughter of a power-hungry senator, they formed a bond that nothing could break. Only a lack of trust ripped them apart.

    Seven years later, Daly has reason to believe that Jeremiah’s brother is in trouble. She reaches out to Jeremiah the only way she knows how: at his BDSM club, The Underground. But one look ignites a heat she thought had cooled forever. As Jeremiah takes control of her body once again, Daly quickly loses control of her carefully rebuilt world. Too much has never been enough between them, and as danger swirls in the shadows, Jeremiah forces Daly to recognize what has never changed: She still loves him. His command is that she return her heart—and he will make her obey.

    Too Much is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.

    MY REVIEW:

    I enjoyed the opening to this book, thought the writing was very well done, but for some reason, the characters I just didn’t get. Don’t get me wrong, their chemistry was strong, their actions palpable, but all they seemed to do was have sex. Not talk, not connect in any other way.

    I’m no reader to shy away from erotica scenes, but in this it almost seemed to overpower everything else. I wish I would have had a chance to really get to know them but by the end of the book, I was more confused than ever. I gave it three stars specifically for this reason: because I didn’t understand what motivated their actions, why they couldn’t think outside the bedroom, and really work on the real issue. The trust aspect didn’t seem to get fixed, but the heroine seemed almost too weak to think outside of having sex.

    Now, it may not have been my cup of tea, but I have seen some success with other readers. It’s gripping with sexual tension, and while the dom/sub relationship could be confusing in this read, it was still a hot aspect that made me grip the pages of the book tighter.

    I say give it a shot, pick up a copy, and take a look into this dark and gritty novel in order to uncover a new world. You may find, you just might like it.

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