Touch My Heart

Touch My Heart


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ISBN-13: 9781495203817
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/01/2013
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)

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Touch My Heart (Heart And Soul) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A Love Story about Aubrey and William, now told through William's eyes. William, a Dom, has found the perfect woman to be his partner in life - now can he convince her to accept his lifestyle. I did not read the first book (which I guess is from her point of view) - but from what I could tell it doesn't matter - but I will be reading the first story also now. I found it an interesting read. To me the writing could have been better - seemed to lack something. It does have good sex scenes and the BDSM is lite compared to most. More of showing how the dominate 24/7 lifestyle would be. But the story sucked me in and with the cliffhanger ending I am sure to get the next book to see what happens. ***ARC from NetGalley in Exchange for an honest review***
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A lot of credit needs to be given to the author were this story is concerned . William's story was so much more involved and travelled the story line so much better , Williams version was fantastic to read . It was great to get into his head to fund out what was going on with him . With the 1st book in this series you could really tell what was going to happen . Due to the girl just being skittish but with William you don't really know what's going on in his head . I really enjoyed this story and how it was written . There isn't much to say about the book that the description doesn't tell you . Just be prepared for the cliff-hanger ending .
CindyMeyer More than 1 year ago
Touch My Heart is the second book in the Heart & Soul series by Paloma Beck. It tells the story of William and Aubrey, this time from William’s POV. I wasn’t’ aware that there was a first book from Aubrey’s POV, so I experienced their story for the first time with Touch My Heart. While I will now plan to go back and read Hold My Hand to learn more about Aubrey, reading Touch My Heart did not leave me feeling like there were gaps – or at least not like there were gaps that made the story incomplete. William is a dominant, and he’s been content with playmates to satisfy his tendencies. But when William sees Aubrey, he not only recognizes in her the spirit of a natural submissive, but there’s something about Aubrey that captivates him in a way he’s never experienced, and William starts to think about the kind of domestic discipline arrangement like his parents have – a permanence – with Aubrey as is partner. I loved the chemistry between these two characters. Aubrey’s nature is submissive, but she also has deep-seeded emotional wounds. She trusts William, but her own insecurities keep her somewhat closed off and reticent when it comes to William. Despite his dominant nature and his sometimes frustration with Aubrey for failing to recognize her own beauty and worth, William is both tender and patient (even in punishment) as he nurtures Aubrey’s inner-submissive. I must warn the reader that the story ends on a rather shocking cliffhanger. I kept watching my percent meter and was starting to become a little concerned as I hit the 90% mark, as it was clear that the story was really developing and moving along nicely and couldn’t possibly conclude so quickly. Then, BAM! She did it. Paloma Beck ends Touch My Heart without warning. The conclusion of the series – Heal My Soul – is scheduled for release this summer.