Monday, June 30, 2014

The Bequest by Christina Thacher

Description: Sara leads a double life: CFO by day, sexual submissive at night. When her Master dies suddenly, Sara discovers his will leaves her to his nephew, as though she's a valuable piece of furniture. She's ready to move into a hotel when she gets her first sight of the new owner, gorgeous six-foot-five Cal. Sara has a sudden desire to kneel at his feet. Only problem, he's not a Dom.

Cal, a gifted but impoverished composer, barely knew his uncle. So it's a shock to inherit Bruno's fortune ... and his sexual submissive. Under the terms of the will, they'll have to live as roommates before Cal can deed the house to her. Smart, lovely and graceful, Sara drives Cal crazy with desire. Only problem, he's not a Dom.

Cal is used to directing an orchestra to create the performance he wants, but he has to visit The Club to understand why his uncle left him The Bequest.

Darra's Review:

This book is part of the Spice Box group. I liked the book. It is an easy read but not for children! I really worried about the contract. The last book I read(you know what book I am talking about), was ridiculous. This makes more sense. It should me part of BDSM is a bit different then expected. I have read mane books(No Judging here) and the story about the rooms was a bit shocking.

Like I said, it was a quick and easy read. I enjoyed the story and how Christina made the plot flow within the book.

I rate it a 4 out of a 5.

About the Author

Christina Thacher doesn't use her real name for her erotica, if only to keep her boss from teasing her about her "smut." She's an urban professional writing about urban professionals having kinky sex. Her inspiration is obvious, she says: she just imagines what she would like to have happen to her and the next thing she knows, the book's done. Of course, between her day job as a bankruptcy lawyer and her secret life as a BDSM erotica author, Christina barely has time to date. Just as well...none of the men she meets are as sexy as her heroes. As long as that proves true, she'll keep writing.

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