Nothing Between Us by Roni Loren

Posted January 22, 2015 | 23 Comments

Nothing Between Us by Roni LorenNothing Between Us
Author: Roni Loren
Series: Loving on the Edge #7
Published by: Berkley
Publication Date: January 6, 2015
Format: eARC
Pages: 464
Source: Publisher

Unlike the heroine of her popular thriller series, Georgia Delaune can’t afford to take risks or push sexual boundaries—unless you count spying through her neighbor’s bedroom window, and never missing a single move he makes.

Colby Wilkes is more than willing to put on a show for the alluring woman next door. But his dominant side aches to show her the pleasures of submission up close. As a counselor, Colby is sensitive to Georgia’s fears. As a Dom at The Ranch, a private BDSM retreat, he’s the perfect teacher to unleash her passion.

But just as Georgia lowers her emotional barriers, an unexpected complication arrives: a bad boy musician from Colby’s past who adds fuel to her heated imagination. Now, the lonely author has two gorgeous men eager to fulfill every fantasy she’s ever written—and one she’s never dared to dream…

Cover your eyes, kiddies! This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, violence, and/or subject matter. You know, all the fun stuff.

Slap me! I almost passed this book right up thinking I wouldn’t be that into it. Wrong, wrong, wrong! Nothing Between Us was so good and so, so freaking hot! This is only my second book by Loren, but I’m kind of obsessed now.

Georgia is dealing with some pretty scary stuff in her life that has her hiding out in her house. Panic attacks and paranoia abound. Luckily, she has the perfect view right into her neighbor’s bedroom. And what a lovely show he puts on. Sure, she has barely said a few words to him since she has moved in, but man, can he get her off.

♥ The characters are absolutely lovely. Colby, Keats, and Georgia are well fleshed out and all have such distinctive personalities. I’m usually not all over male doms, but Colby … hell yeah. He is such a wonderful, caring man (even with a flogger in his hand). He’s in his thirties and wants to settle down. I love what a real man he is, instead of some wishy-washy wounded man-child. The stability and experience he provides is sexy as hell.

Keats is such a great guy too, despite some of the shit he went through. He can be such a smartass, so of course I love him. That isn’t only why, though. He is so good to Georgia and helpful with what she’s going through.

Georgia is a character that could have easily gone downhill for me, but the author did a fantastic job with her. She’s in the midst of some pretty scary stuff that is affecting her mental health, but she wants to break free from what she has become. And what a dirty bird she is!

♥ The humor totally won me over too. I just love how they would laugh and tease each other, even during some of the most intimate moments. I find that extremely sexy.

♥ Whoa, baby, was this hot! Talk about a smokin’ ménage! I can’t even tell you how much I love these three together. The BDSM is done so well and beautifully. I truly enjoy the dynamic they had, but I would’ve loved to have seen some of Georgia in domme mode, especially around Colby – yum. When Keats and Colby had their moments … holy shit. I need to fan myself!

♥ No, this book isn’t all sex, sex, sex. There’s actually a really good plot going on here. Promise! Like I said, Georgia is dealing with some scary shit. Like a psycho-stalker ex. I thought the whole storyline was really good, and enjoyed how it all unfolded. Then at the same time, Colby is dealing with his own thing regarding the school he’s a counselor at. It was all pulled together fantastically.

♥ I love how characters from the other books make appearances! I’ve been pinning for Pike for a while, so it was nice seeing him, especially since his book is next!

So hell yeah, I love Nothing Between Us! Roni Loren does this genre so very right …

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23 responses to “Nothing Between Us by Roni Loren

    • Christy
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      Some of the characters overlap because they’re all friends that visit the same club, but you can definitely jump in any time. And this is coming from me, who is a freak about reading in order. lol.

    • Christy
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      Hahaha – no, there’s no drug or alcohol use in this specific book. Well, they have some drinks, but that’s all. lol.

  1. Tell me something Christy – do all three of them end up together, or does she end up with just one while they occasionally play with a third? I’m all for a sexy menage, but I tend to like it best when all three people actually have feelings for one another:) Either way, I’ll be picking this one up!
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  2. I know that you are just as anal as I am about reading in order so I trust you if you say you were okay with it and not at all lost starting at book six.

    And secondly…where the heck do you find all these great reads and why must you make me want to read them too? You’re killing me!
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