Author: Talia Hunter
Source: Author Request
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: March 9, 2015
Reviewed by: Jasmyn
Rating - 4
Sexual - 4
The whole idea behind this book was pure genius. Seriously...what would a somewhat shy girl do if they had to pretend to be dominatrix for a week? Ally somehow manages to convince Max that she is on - I never would have been able to pull it off without giggling. Watching her take on this new role was really fun and it showed how strong she was and her ability to overcome her nerves.
She’ll learn to tame him…
When he scores the lead role in a feature film, millionaire model-turned-actor Max Oberon won’t let anything mess up his big break. But there’s a problem. His character’s submissive relationship is a big part of the movie, and Max can’t seem to make it convincing. Solution? Five days with a dominatrix should help him overcome his need for total control.
Ally’s life is one hot mess. A broke blogger, this story could be her chance to get back on her feet. If Ally can pass herself off as a dominatrix, she can publish a tell-all article and get the money she needs to keep from losing everything. So what if she’s clueless about anything kinky, and her abusive ex left her with a self-confidence problem?
Although Ally can’t give orders and Max hates taking them, together they discover new ways of commanding pleasure. But will Ally’s deception destroy their one chance at love?
Max is all alpha male so trying to learn to like submission is pretty hard for him. He's glad that Ally seems to make it easier and you can really see the chemistry growing between them from the moment they meet. I wish we had seen a little more of his softer side earlier in the story - but he hid it away until a bit later and then just let it loose.
So...why not five stars. Well, romances based on lies can be tricky to wrap up. Max is really pissed at Ally when he finds out she lied about be a dominatrix, but he still loves her. What to do? Not gonna give it away, but Talia Hunter did a pretty dang good job wrapping it up. One of the better post-lie make ups I've seen.
*This book was received in exchange for an honest review*