This series drives me insane. Each new book I read, I say it is my new favorite. Those McKay men are hot, determined, wicked, fun, and loving all at the same time. The female characters are all strong and independent.
You know they always say it’s the quiet ones. Well, Bennet McKay may be the quiet one in his family, but he isn’t anything but dominant in the bedroom. He’s a cowboy with talented roping skills and knows how to yield a whip for more things than just herding cattle. What makes him great is ultimately his ability to compromise. Being a good Dom requires prioritizing the needs of the sub.
Ainsley is smart, successful banker. She holds a powerful position at the bank. Learning the power of being a sub allows her to finally find happiness in a relationship.
Bennet and Ainsley’s playtime at a club blooms into an affair outside of the club scene. BDSM is not just about playing out scenes but has place in everyday relationships as well. Just like any marriage between adults, this can take on many variations.
I appreciated the character, Dalton, who is young and falsely misinterprets the entire BDSM scene. His moment of enlightenment was a wonderful way of explaining the intimacy involved in a BDSM bond.
See other posts about the Rough Riders Series:
Lorelei James – Branded as Trouble
Lorelei James – Cowgirls Don’t Cry
Lorelei James – Tied Up, Tied Down
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