Review: Breathe (Songs of Submission book #10), by C.D. Reiss

The Blurb:

Cover Breathe by CD ReissHe was the dream I never knew I had until he claimed me. The kinky billionaire who wanted to give pain as much as I wanted to receive it. He’d marked me as his own and I accepted him. I trust him completely. I swear I do.

But, now things are getting complicated. I have a career, and he has his claim. How far is he going to go to mark me? And am I going to run or stay?

WARNING: This novella has some of Jonathan and Monica’s roughest encounters. That’s how they like it!

*This takes place after he reclaims her in the studio, and before the second wedding. If you already love them, they’re hotter than ever!

The Stats:

Published:   September 14, 2015
Length:        69 pages
Genre(s):     Contemporary Erotica
Publisher:    Flip City Media Inc.
POV:            1st Person-Dual POV
Type:           Part of a Series
See the book on GoodReads.

The Review:

5StarIf you’re reading this and haven’t already read every single word ever published in the Songs of Submission series then stop right now. Go. Do that.

Okay, for the rest of you…and those still here who didn’t heed my previous words…Jonathan and Monica are as hot as ever in this little surprise number. How does C.D. pack so much hotness in so few pages? This book is freaking combustible. I’m surprised my Kindle didn’t start sparking and sizzling.

For those who’ve been following along in this series from the beginning you know what I’m talkin’ ’bout. I don’t need to say a whole lot here. But, I have an idea. See, I think that C.D. ought to release at least one, no…strike that, two…at least TWO tales of Jonathan and Monica a year, every year until the end of days. She’s proven they’re not some staid old married couple. He’s not slugged out in front of the television with a beer and his hand in his pants while she reads in another room. They continue to be on fire, and I think we need regular updates. We NEEEEEED them. Regularly.

I know, I know, C.D.’s busy; she’s got other books to write. I hear you. I want them too. Those Drazens’s are a wily pack of dysfunction and hotness. I want those stories as badly as everyone else, and all the other stories C.D. has up her sleeve—or wherever she’s storing them. Not that I want to throw a kink (see what I did there?) in her artistic process or anything, but…It’s JONATHAN and MONICA…it’s where it all began.

Who knows how to start a petition?

Read September 16, 2015 and review posted on GoodReads.

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