Author: Roni Loren
Series: Loving on the Edge #8.5
Published by: InterMix
Publication Date: October 27, 2015
Genres: Adult, Erotica, Romance
Samantha Dunbar needs to forget Gibson Andrews. When he trained her to be a domme, she experienced just how hot things could get with the sexy executive. She was ready to hand him everything—including her heart. But Gibson backed away, declaring them incompatible. He’s a dominant, and Sam’s no submissive.
But after an attack shakes Sam to her core, Gibson tracks her down at her family’s rundown farmhouse and makes her an offer. He’ll stay the week and be hers in every way—a helping hand for the renovation and a willing lover in her bed. He swore he’d never give up control to anyone again, but he hasn’t been able to touch another woman since Sam. Maybe a week alone with her will cure him of his relentless craving.
But one taste only makes them want more, and Sam and Gibson are drawn in deeper than ever. The man who won’t give in has just met the girl who won’t give up…
Hot damn, Break Me Down was good! I haven’t read all of the books in Loving on the Edge series yet, but this is definitely one of my favorites.
I love all the different relationship and kink dynamics Loren writes about, but the ones featuring a Domme tops them all. So to speak. Especially when her counterpart is an alpha-male type. Even more so when he’s a challenge. And that’s what I got with Samantha and Gibson. Both are dominant … or so Gibson thinks he is. Insert evil grin here.
These two are quite the pair. They push each other in ways they both need to be pushed, emotionally and physically. It was so much fun watching them work everything out, and very touching and sweet at times. Really, the romance was wonderfully done.
And oh man, were they ever smokin’ hot and sexy as hell. I swear, Loren is a master at writing BDSM. This isn’t all sex, sex, sex though. Yes, it is erotica and gets into the kink, but the plot and the characters actually have depth. Plus, there’s a nice dose of humor that totally bumped it up even more for me.
Seriously, Break Me Down is so freaking good! Everything about it! I highly suggest it even if it isn’t a dynamic you’re usually into, because it’s still a fantastic book. And you just might be surprised.