I recommend as entertaining…a former sex slave tries to foist her merchandise onto a seasoned mercenary. Having somewhat the personality of a bulldog, he doesn’t let go. Several iterations of “I told you to stay” later, she admits defeat and heels. Plenty of crotch-sniffing and rutting for the reader’s inner bitch.
Waiting for Dawn by Lorie O’Clare
She took hold of his pants, tugging on them until the top button came free. “Now this is interesting,” she teased him, watching a dark glaze appear over his eyes. “Maybe you do want to be told what to do, if you want me to tell you what I want.”
I recommend as enjoyable. A human female, who is only capable of showing affection through arguing, is saved from getting murdered by her boyfriend after accidentally getting picked up by an alien. The male alien, member of an extremely violent species everyone avoids, is undecided on whether or not to kill her or sell her until she starts talking.
Accidental Abduction by Eve Langlais
Of course his method of punishment—extreme screaming pleasure—might have had a lot to do with the fact she didn’t let up in her attempts to drive him insane.
I recommend as AWESOME!
RUN! Don’t walk, RUN! Lower middle class dame falls for complete psycho billionaire. While not much surprising so far, the “control freak” (in her own words) falls for her in turn and wants to severely punish the uppity bottom, if he can tempt her into the “red room of pain”. Haven’t been this enthralled by a lip biting story in a long time.
Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James
Favorite Quote (so many to choose from!):
“Anything else?” My voice is husky and breathy. His eyes widen slightly.
“Some rope, I think.” His voice mirrors mine, husky.
An excellent explanation of the train wreck described in detail:
I recommend as entertaining. A repossession agent becomes the property of cyborgs during a failed recovery attempt. Recognizing a kindred soul in one of them, the most bitter one, she chooses to belong to him. A few struggles later, they find happiness after managing to irk just about everyone else.
Kissing Steel by Laurann Dohner
“Did you call me your little siren?” She lifted her head, staring down at Steel, not sure she’d heard him right.
His gorgeous eyes sparkled with amusement. “It is a term of endearment.”