Monday, March 19, 2012
REVIEW: Sly's Surrender by R. Renee Vickers
Title: Sly's Surrender
Author: R. Renee Vickers
Publisher: Noble Romance Publications
Date Published: 11/21/11
By day, Sly is a take-charge, no-nonsense restaurateur, and at night she plays her hand as a demanding mistress. Sly has everything her heart desires: a successful business with loyal patrons, a gorgeous boyfriend and a flare for dominating in the bedroom. Everything she’s ever tried has gone her way, every decision followed to success, every goal achieved, and yet she yearns for more.
One night, she decides to try something new, giving up her customary control to the tall, dark, and sexy Jake. Jake is put in a position to prove to his lover just what he’s capable of, and Sly experiences the new pleasures to be found in letting someone else handle her reins.
My Rating: 3 Steams
FYI: This is a short story.
Being that this is a short story it gets straight to it! Jake has been Sly's sub for a while and has always wanted to "switch" with her. Sly finally decides to give him the chance and he takes complete advantage of it.
I love how Jake takes control completely. He does not let her control ANYTHING of their experience. He is a very convincing dom. Sly, even though she has to think about giving up control, does a great job playing submissive.
I absolutely loved the "walk in" scene in the restaurant. Very inventive.
Overall great for a short, could have used more detail and more connection for the reader with the character. Overall great debut from R. Renee Vickers.