Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Bunny and the Beast by Heather Rainier


Hard-working, strong, and sassy, Bunny Carrigan desires a simple life, far away from the complications of the big city, posh houses, and materialism. She makes her own rules and has no time for pushy men in fancy suits or playing games.

Joseph Hazelle enjoys taking control and has very set ideas about what the ideal submissive looks and acts like. In fact, his ideas are so set they might as well be concrete. Vibrant and full of life, Bunny challenges Joseph's preconceived notions and she's determined that if she submits at all, it's going to be on her own terms.

Accustomed to being the instructor, Joseph discovers that Bunny has claimed his lonely heart and has a thing or two to teach him. All he has to do is educate her about his world and convince her that she does indeed "do" submission. What could go wrong?

Siren Everlasting Classic: Erotic Consensual BDSM Romance, BDSM, sex toys, HEA

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Book 22
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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Mary Jo☆☆☆☆
Joseph Hazelle is a Dom and has his own BDSM club that he runs from the privacy of his home in the Texas Hill Country. Bunny is the IT Tech that the company sends to work on his extensive IT needs. She's good at her job, takes no crap, and Joseph is infatuated with her.

Not that he would ever admit to it. He senses that there is more to Bunny than she lets on, and that there is a submissive inside her that yearns to be taken care of. Oh, he knows that she is not the typical submissive in that she will take orders for the sake of taking them or even playing the part among his friends.

Bunny has had a rough life. Her mother dying when she was young, her father's quick remarriage to someone who could not care less about his children and a brother with a traumatic brain injury and a series of other events that led her to live with her grandmother and take custody of her brother.

Bunny likes Joseph but she doesn't understand the dominant/submissive aspect of his life. When she agrees to give it a try, she's astounded to find out that there are some aspects she does like. However, what she likes most is the fact that Joseph respects her, her decisions and her nickname for him – even if he doesn't admit it.

I enjoyed this book. I was able to get to know the characters as they got to know each other. Once again, Ms. Rainier has given us a peek into the wonderful world of Divine.


Also Available in the Divine Creek Ranch Series

Book 21
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Heather Rainier lives and writes in South Central Texas. Her stories offer up the content of her fantasies, with autobiographical humor, triumph and tragedy mixed in. With great pride, Heather writes erotic romances exclusively for Siren Publishing, under their Ménage Everlasting and Everlasting Classic imprints.

Heather's love of romance fiction began as a teenager when her mom gave her copies of Kathleen Woodiwiss's The Flame and the Flower and Bertrice Small's Skye O'Malley. To this day she's pretty sure that was her mom's version of the "birds and the bees" talk.

Heather writes the type of novel she loves to read: More erotic and edgy than the mainstream, with plenty of sweet romance mixed in and a happily ever after guaranteed. Heather's favorite type of hero is the gentle, lovable giant but readers will discover a wide variety of heroes and alphas on the pages of her novels, from nearly perfect to very flawed. Heather hopes that readers relate to her heroines and the challenges and dilemmas they face head on.

Heather believes that life doesn’t always present love to us in neat little sanitized packages. Sometimes we have to seize the day, live life with no regrets, forget the past, never give up, learn to trust, and dare to live, even in outrageous circumstances. Those themes are woven throughout her Divine Creek Ranch Collection which debuted in November of 2010.

When not happily typing at her keyboard, Heather is usually busy corralling her kids, volunteering as a reading tutor, or loving on her smokin’ hot husband, who thankfully loves to cook.

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Mary Jo reviewed her personal copy of Bunny and the Beast (Divine Creek Ranch #22) by Heather Rainier for this post.

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