Thursday, August 25, 2016

Lassoed by the Dom b y Desiree Holt

Title: Lassoed by a Dom
Series: Rawhide, 7
Author: Desiree Holt
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc.
Genre and Pairing: Contemporary and M/F
Page Count: 95 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Just for an instant their gazes connect, then he’s gone. Barrel racer Trish Barton wants to find that mysterious man in black who, in brief seconds, pushed all her buttons. A born submissive, she sees herself on her knees before him, bound by the lasso he'd held in his hand.

Jake Keenan will never forget that one brief glimpse of the woman who set him on fire, a woman he’d give anything to master. How could she have taken root in his dreams after that one brief glimpse?

Then Fate throws them together and gives them the opportunity to fully explore the Dom/sub connection they crave. But Trish isn’t yet ready to give up the rodeo circuit, much to Jake’s dismay. How can he convince her she can have both her career and a relationship with him?





Review
A heated glance across a crowded room…and then nothing. But the intensity of that look is felt long after that day even as Trish does not know the name of the man who caught her eye. That is until she shows up to compete in Oklahoma and well-meaning friends help a single girl get Lassoed by a Dom. This is the latest in Desiree Holt’s Rawhide series and boy howdy was it a good one.
Jake is ready to settle down and being able to put a name to the face of the woman who caught his eye long ago reiterates his desires. Only problem, Trish is by no means ready for the same. However is Ms. Holt going to resolve this seemingly insurmountable issue? With lots and lots of passion!
I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Trish and Jake fit. They had similar taste and sexual needs that dovetailed nicely. Ms. Holt may have given them a big wrinkle but you believed from the get go they would figure out a way to make it work. They built a friendship upon commonalities even as their chemistry burned off the charts.
I thought this was a wonderful short read. The story Ms. Holt put together was well written and believable. I loved seeing the journey Jake and Trish took in order to find their happily ever after.


                            Five Shooting Stars

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