Title: Taken by the Biker Dom
Series: The Spectrum Auctions, 6
Author: Doris O’Connor
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
Genre and Pairing: Contemporary and M/F
Word Count: 70,463
Reviewer Name: Luna
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[Siren Classic: Erotic Consensual BDSM Romantic Suspense, bondage, sex toys, HEA]
Falling in love had never been the plan…
Turning forty tends to make any woman evaluate her life. For Sandie Buckley, it was the catalyst to escape her mentally abusive husband and to explore her needs and desires. Her first step in that quest was returning to her work as a pediatric nurse. The second step: become a member at Club Spectrum. Third step: get the attention of Micah Flaherty. And that’s where her plan falls short.
Biker paramedic Micah is drawn to the curvy, wannabe subbie with attitude from the minute he shows her around the club. However, getting involved with the typical ex-corporate wife ready to take a walk on the wild side is out of the question...until Sandie’s past catches up with her.
Micah can’t help but step up to claim Sandie as his. No one harms his woman. It seems to be the only way to keep the infuriating woman safe, and besides—their off-the-charts chemistry needs further exploring.
Sandie has found the courage to leave her husband and embrace her sexual needs. But each time she sees Master Micah she forgets her steps toward independence. So when she finds herself laid up in the hospital, she is surprised by his presence. But can Sandie take a leap of faith and trust Micah with her independence and her submission?
In Taken by the Biker Dom by Doris O’Connor, we find out if Sandie and Micah have the courage to grab onto their future. While this is the sixth installment to Ms. O’Connor’s The Spectrum Auctions series, it is my first time reading this series and I was able to follow along quite well. I love Micah and Sandie. Sandie was determined to grab life. She would no longer live the one life she has pleasing someone else’s expectations. Micah sees her submission but isn’t sure he can trust it. That is until he sees her when she is vulnerable. Ms. O’Connor gives us a story in which Micah must move past his hurt pride to see the woman who hides her pain. And Sandie must drop her bratty behavior and judgmental attitude to learn honest communication is the key to her future. Ms. O’Connor doesn’t make it easy for either to trust in the other, but she does make the journey interesting. I enjoyed not only the characters but also their path toward happily ever after.
Five Shooting Stars