She's All In

She's All In

by Cathryn Cade

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ISBN-13: 9781619221611
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Publication date: 10/07/2014
Pages: 250
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.57(d)

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She's All In 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
MsRomanticReads More than 1 year ago
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Daisy started out as a very sweet heroine. I sympathized with her struggle to feel like a whole woman. In her case, the outside didn’t match the inside. She was quite brave when it came to accepting that she had needs of the kinky sort, and when presented with the opportunity to explore them, she didn’t hem-haw about it. She was very close to her family and her two best friends, Carlie and Sara, whom she’d met during a Cancer research fundraiser. There wasn’t much backstory on her pre-cancer. If anything, this was a story about her moving forward and embracing a new beginning. Dack was a sort of Jack of all Trades. He worked in construction, was a partial owner of a fitness center, and partial owner of a club, along with his two friends, Jake and Trace. All three of them were described as big, brawny and beautiful and rather intimidating. He was also a commitment-phobe brought on by his perception of his parent’s relationship. He detested drama of any sort, and what he really didn’t want was a woman who nagged him about his every move, a sure sign of distrust. What I liked the most about him was that he could admit when he’d been wrong and he took his changing feelings in stride. The male side characters were more appealing than the female ones, to be honest. For me, the trio of women as a collective just had too many insecurities which, over time, became a little tiresome. There wasn’t as much revealed about the guys except for what Daisy could witness in the club. I still enjoyed the story a lot mainly for Daisy’s sexual awakening and seeing her buried fantasies brought to the forefront under Dack’s care. He also got schooled pretty good by his mom in the relationship department, and the realization that he didn’t know everything was amusing to watch. Daisy’s character took a bit of a nose-dive for me towards the end. The dramatic climax of the story showed a side of her I didn’t think she was capable of. She jumped to a conclusion involving one of her best friends that just seemed so out of character. It all worked out in the end, but had I been that friend, I would have been hurt and angry about the assumptions. It just seemed that Daisy kept doing something she had to apologize for. The erotic scenes were pretty hot involving voyeurism (Daisy and Dack together), and two menage scenes, both M/F/M and F/F/M, but they were limited to touching or oral. As for the romance, there was an undercurrent of sappiness that I found very cute. The last scene in the club in particular. I definitely want to read Jake and Trace’s stories. FTC: Complimentary copy provided by the author for the purpose of an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was moderatly good. If allowed I would have given it 21/2 stars. Storyline was good but the telling of the story was rather simplistic and feelt choppy in parts. The story really didn't flow the way it should. Also, there was allot of filler sentances there seemingly to just ,ake the story a little longer. The sex was good and I loved Daisy's story tho.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was sooo good!! Daisy had a lot to deal with and was nervous about anyone seeing her scars. Dack hid his scars behind his sunglasses. Dack was not what I expected when I first started reading this book. Daisy had a couple of great friends that helped her and showed her that not everything you see and hear is what you thought. I am looking forward to reading more in this series.
In_My_Humble_OpinionDA More than 1 year ago
Everybody has scars. Physical and emotional. They help shape who we are and who we become. Daisy has had health issues that have left both Physical and emotional scars and she is healthy enough to know this and to want to overcome them. She has joined Big Iron Fitness with her friends Carlie and Sara where they meet the 3 hotties that own the gym. Dack, Trace and Jake. She is immediately drawn to Dack. But Dack has issues of his own. He is a Dom at Club 3, also owned by Dack, Trace and Jake, and he is a top em and drop em kinda guy. He doesn't do vanilla no matter how luscious it looks. When Daisy overhears girls in the locker room talking about Dacks’ proclivities she is intrigued and asks him out on a date. When they finally do get together they have to navigate the minefield of scars each has attained. Can they do it or will they end up with new scars for their collection? I LOVED THIS BOOK! I was so moved by these characters that I couldn't put this book down. This book has some BDSM but nothing too harsh. It illustrates why communication between partners is so important. For those who have read Cathryn Cade before this contemporary is a bit softer than her scifi space romances or even her Hawaiian paranormal romantic suspense stories but just as well written
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fantastic, fast and hot read! Can't wait for more of this new series. Club 3 is where I want to hang out.