Genres: BDSM, Military, Romantic Suspense
Source: Received from Audible.com
How does a "vanilla" woman write a BDSM novel? With hands-on research!
Kristen needs inspiration and personal experience for a sequel to her unexpected and kinky best seller. Devon, an ex-Navy SEAL and private club owner, is all too happy to help.
Soon, a single weekend of hot and dirty sex turns into something more. But while they fight their connection, a killer has Devon in his sights.
Will they survive with their hearts and lives intact?
The Trident Security series contains elements of the BDSM lifestyle, sensual romance, nail-biting suspense, and happily-ever-afters.
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This author is a new to me author, so hey why not listen and review this audio book… right? The narration was between meh and blah. Yeah, I wasn’t fond of it. The story however was OMG good and I actually binge read the rest of the series. All 11ish books, the 2 books from the spin off series, a Kindle World book, and the crossover book. The story had me hooked, more that what I expected.
Kristen is an author, who writes BDSM, but has never participated. Her knowledge is based on research. Devon is a former SEAL that she meets and goes on a date with. But oh that all goes so wrong when he walks into his club and there she is, working on “research”. There is obviously plenty of heat in this book, and suspense.. WOW the trouble that follows the team around. The narrator, ugh that voice. It was beyond irritating and the only reason I finished listening was because of the story. Overall this one receives 3 bullets, because of the narration. The story itself is higher than that.