Hurt Me So Good

Hurt Me So Good

by Joely Sue Burkhart
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Hurt Me So Good 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
Yvette4 More than 1 year ago
This is the second book I've read from this author. I very much enjoyed the first book in this series, Dear Sir, I'm Yours. This book, however, is my favorite. It is much darker than the first book as the main couple are a sadist and masochist. So, although they enjoy giving and receiving pain, there is still a romantic love story bubbling on the story's surface. I can't wait to read this again. I loved it! I will definitely read more by this very talented author.
_Michelle_ More than 1 year ago
Hang in here with me because I have a confession to make before getting to the good (and I do mean gooood) stuff. After waiting like a kid at Christmas for the second book in the Connagher series to finally make it to my Kindle, I found myself disappointed after reading the first paragraph. In fact, my dears, I was well into the first chapter before the heebie jeebies left my stomach and satisfaction began to roll in. I can take a whole lot of hawt in my stories. Bring on the meneges, tie-em-up, and go places only the most wicked have gone before, but the idea of sadomasochism wasn't revin' my good-read engine at all. Quite the opposite. I found myself way outside my comfort zone. That is, until Victor and Shiloh stole my heart. Hats off to Ms. Burkhart as she has once again proven herself a master of developing complex, likeable characters in a world most view as unpalatable. In this book Victor Connagher, the crop wielding CEO and Dom, struggles to accept himself and his need to inflict pain, while Shiloh, a self-aware masochist, steadfastly persues him accepting no less than Victor meeting every one of her painful and erotic needs. If you are a fan of the series, the awesome parasol-wielding grandma only makes a cursory appearance, but a crop-wielding mama is there to keep the youngest Connagher in line and a whole host of fetish friends work to add drama and hilarity to the story. The game show plot kept the story moving rapidly with twists and turns, highs and lows. The end was full of suspense and a final heartfelt moment left me with a sigh, before I flipped back to page one and read the whole story again. That's when you know it was a satisfying ride--when you are unwilling for the journey to be over. There must be a big ol' V on my back because Victor has sure left his mark.
sjero More than 1 year ago
This book was HOT!!I loved watching as they overcame their fears and learned to trust in themselves and each other. A great love story with a twist of reality.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book. Entertaining, exciting and educational. (500 pgs).
PeachesNCreamSM More than 1 year ago
Pain…only the good kind… This is the second full-length story in the Connaghers Series which I state knowing there have been some reviews complaining about a numbering difference. Disclaimer: Once upon a time, I had the honor of being a beta reader for this story however I believe there has been enough time since then for this to be an honest review unsolicited by the author whom I consider a friend. This is a re-read leading up to the release of Mal’s story. All the books standalone but are richer when read in order. There are no obvious time hints but my sense is that this story slightly overlaps or picks up immediately following the events of “Dear Sir, I’m Yours.” Here we meet Victor, Conn’s older brother, who is the owner of a cable TV channel. He’s a dominate. He’s a sadist. He’s been hiding for years. We meet Shiloh, who works for Victor…cue all the political incorrectness. Like “Dear Sir, I’m Yours,” a number of chapters open with Shiloh’s blog entries which gives us insight into her hopes and dreams. She’s a strong woman. She knows what she wants and needs. She knows when to walk away. The BDSM in this one pushes an edge, it won’t be for everyone. The story flows beautifully. All the expected romance plot points are hit. Nothing feels dropped. We’re introduced to Mama C and learn more family history. Little sister Vicki’s story is set up to follow.
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