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Submitting to the Sheriff (Cowboy Doms Book 2) Kindle Edition
As soon as Sheriff Grayson Monroe meets the new waitress at his favorite diner, something about her strikes a familiar chord. When he sees her enter The Barn, his lifestyle club, the desire to get to the bottom of her evasive eyes and answers to his probing questions takes hold. He’s determined to find out who she really is and what is troubling her.
After an icy mishap, Master Grayson has finally run out of patience. One way or another, Avery will tell him the truth. But is it too late? Has danger already found her? Can Grayson come to her rescue or will she lose everything she has just gained?
Publisher’s Note: This is book two in the Cowboy Doms series but can be read as a standalone. This steamy contemporary Western romance contains elements of power exchange, sensual scenes, danger, mystery and suspense.
About the Author
BJ Wane loves to write sizzling hot romance novels with a touch of suspense. She was the Long and Short Reviews erotic romance of the month winner for Hannah and the Dom Next Door and gold star recipient for Amy's Redemption. She lives in the Midwest with her husband.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- ASIN : B07PC27RYM
- Publisher : Blushing Books Publications (February 27, 2019)
- Publication date : February 27, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 3407 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 150 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #76,901 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The plot will start in Chicago with Avery Pierce overhearing a conversation between her boyfriend and his partner, both with Chicago PD—and it involves stealing evidence, drugs, and selling them—but also a concern about what she might know and needing to eliminate her. Grabbing a few items, her money, she will take off for the west and picking up odd jobs to survive, including a sex talk line where she will have one caller who offers her help—and a message.
“Look, if you’re ever near Willow Springs, Montana, stop and ask for Grayson Monroe. I might be able to help you.”
That will be the message that will have Avery on the move, picking up waitressing and odd jobs to pay for gas and get her to Montana. She arrives, gets a room at the motel, and finds her a job as a waitress at the diner in town. It doesn’t take long for Avery to meet Grayson, but she doesn’t tell him who she is—and what a shock to discover he is the sheriff.
The story is a mystery, suspense, with danger, and secrets. Avery makes friends with several ladies in town and is even invited to visit The Barn, a BDSM club. Her visit will be an initiation into a whole new world of sex, dominance, and submission. When Grayson has her on his radar, she feels like she is between a rock and a hard place. She wants to believe him, trusts him, but she has to be sure—when he learns more about her, he won’t be happy at her omission.
I love the chemistry between Grayson and Avery, his dominance and her innocence work well, but he knows she is keeping secrets. When her secrets come to light will he turn her away? Will she be back on the run again? The story includes exhibition, voyeurism, dominance, submission, dubious consent and is full of erotic scenes both in and outside of The Barn.
Trouble is coming, and the story will take on a life and death situation. It will also have some surprises. I can’t wait for more stories in this series.
Sheriff Grayson is a strong authority Dom and some folks might not agree with how he handles his affairs but for others, it is a turn-on. As for a BDSM no it is not strictly how it should be handled consent-wise. This book kept my attention from start to end. I read the first book then this one and now I am headed right into the next book which is good because this author is that good you will want to read all the HOT Cowboys' books
The rest of the relationship actually flows together better than the inconsistencies in their characters would suggest. There’s a reasonable build, and Avery’s introduction to the Barn is spread out, in fitting with the needs of her character.