Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Double Trouble by Sierra Cartwright


One love. One obsession. Double the trouble.

This time, he won’t take no for an answer.


For three years, Daniel Armstrong has wanted the beautiful, fiery Bridget Kelly. But when he sees her at Houston’s premier BDSM club and realizes she has an interest in submission, his determination reignites. A charity auction provides a means for him to possess her and do good at the same time. Who could resist? Focused solely on Bridget and the decadent delights he intends for her, he outbids everyone to claim her.

Helpless, trapped by the glare of a spotlight at an auction she never agreed to participate in, Bridget is stunned when bidding for a weekend with her goes higher and higher.

She’s frantic when she realizes the gorgeous, successful Daniel Armstrong has won her. For years, she’s been attracted to the renowned heartbreaker, but she’s kept him at a distance to protect herself.

Then one night, she sees him at a BDSM club, and there’s no doubt he recognizes her submissive tendencies. Now that the devastating Dom knows her naughty desires, she’s doubly determined to avoid him.

When he claims her, she believes things can’t get worse. Then he introduces her to his identical twin, Jacob. Suddenly, she’s faced with not one, but two men determined to make her every fantasy come true and take her to the heights of submission.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of anal play.

Publisher's Note: This book has previously been released elsewhere. It has doubled in length for a new and expanded version of this story.


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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Avid Reader☆☆☆☆
M/F/M Romance BDSM

So, I usually jump right in and love Cartwright stories, but I had a more difficult time with this one.

It seemed that nobody was really listening to Bridget when she protested, said no and was generally reluctant to do anything in this story.

Daniel has been obsessed with Bridget since he saw her at a local BDSM club a while ago. He made the automatic assumption that she was a submissive and based everything from then on, on his assumption. He didn't really take the time to ask her, talk with her, or figure it out. Now, I realize that Bridget made talking with her difficult, but still... what dom doesn't take the time to make sure?

Then you have Bridget's sister... I did not understand this relationship at all. There is no way I would ever forgive my sister or any family member, even if things did work out. Again, this is where I had issues with the story – nobody listened to Bridget.

Jacob was another story. I felt that he listened to Bridget, got to know her, and that their chemistry and relationship was the most genuine in the book. If you can get past the fact that him and his brother like to share women, I thought Jacob was the most patient and realistic of the bunch.

The scenes of BDSM were steamy and hot and all were M/F/M. I liked how you got to see the relationship from all sides. I also liked how the brothers interacted towards the middle and end.

Overall, this was a quick, steamy read. There were just a few things that made it strangely, not my favorite.



Sierra Cartwright was born in Manchester, England and raised in Colorado. Moving to the United States was nothing like her young imagination had concocted. She expected to see cowboys everywhere, and a covered wagon or two would have been really nice!

Now she writes novels as untamed as the Rockies, while spending a fair amount of time in Texas…where, it turns out, the Texas Rangers law officers don't ride horses to roundup the bad guys, or have six-shooters strapped to their sexy thighs as she expected. And she’s yet to see a poster that says Wanted: Dead or Alive. (Can you tell she has a vivid imagination?)

Sierra wrote her first book at age nine, a fanfic episode of Star Trek when she was fifteen, and she completed her first romance novel at nineteen. She actually kissed William Shatner (Captain Kirk) on the cheek once, and she says that’s her biggest claim to fame.

Her adventure through the turmoil of trust has taught her that love is the greatest gift. Like her image of the Old West, her writing is untamed, and nothing is off-limits.

She invites you to take a walk on the wild side… but only if you dare.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Double Trouble by Sierra Cartwright to read and review.

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