After Dark Jxxx Pink Lady reviews Willing Sacrifice by Joey W. HIll

After Dark Jxxx Pink Lady reviews Willing Sacrifice by Joey W. HIll

 

WILLING SACRIFICE

 

 

Synopsis

Part of the Knights of the Board Room series.

Janet prefers her men submissive, her relationships confined to a club environment. Which is why her attraction to former Navy SEAL Max doesn’t make a lot of sense. There isn’t a submissive bone in his honed, muscular body, suggesting that her interest in him is best indulged as a private fantasy.

After a crisis situation reveals a different side of them both, the attraction becomes mutual, explosive and undeniable. They take the plunge, willing to see if the give-and-take of their unexpected relationship can satisfy their deepest desires.

Unfortunately, ghosts from their past might take the reins from them both, destroying the balance of power before their love can find a way to tip the scales.

A Romantica® BDSM erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave

 

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An Easy 5 Million Stars!

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Willing Sacrifice is an erotic BDSM story. It’s also a story overflowing with feeling, deep emotion, intriguing layers, and intelligently developed characters that reach into your heart and take centre stage.

The story is about trust, accepting it, giving it, and looking after it. Ensuring you hold it safe in your hands and trusting another person to do the same, understand needs and limits. It’s about the willing sacrifices we make to ultimately earn unwavering trust.

I highlighted so much whilst reading, I literally couldn’t stop which is a testament to the beautiful, lyrical and meaningful quality of the writing…. Let me share with you the brilliance of Willing Sacrifice and the characters who’ve captured my love. The FORMIDABLE Janet Albright and the GENTLEMANLY, ex Navy Seal Max Ackerman.

Through employment and history they’re both part of the K&A family.

Janet is an attractive middle-aged woman, Matt’s cool-terrifying-to-many administrative assistant. She’s a sexual dominant who likes her men submissive. She has a shocking past, one that took her years to recover from and, as a result, she has no desire to have a relationship that has the potential to unsettle the status quo of her life. She’s happy playing out her sexual fantasies and desires in her favourite playground, Club Progeny.

Max, what can I say about yummy, sexy, could-make-your-knickers-catch-fire Max? Joey says it best, “…he was pure sex.”

He has a strong moral code and keeps his body in perfect shape, all a result of his past life as a Navy Seal. He’s powerful and strong and simply put, wonderful. He’s ALL MAN! There’s “…a silent core to Max, seemingly impenetrable,” which makes him seem a little mysterious and oh so interesting. He has his own horrific past, one that, when it’s delved into, made me weep…. Seriously, it’s desperate, but he’s dealing with it and ends up facing it head on in this story.

On paper Janet and Max do not seem completely compatible, but over the course of the K&A dynasty they have gotten to know each other, something is drawing them together….  What will be the result? Does Max have the potential to bend to her dominatrix will? As we know from the K&A women, just because someone submits does NOT mean they aren’t strong.

Willing Sacrifice is sexy and intensely erotic.

I could feel the heat radiating between this couple. I love how he notices and remembers details about her. Max mentally and physically sweeps her off her feet with his words and his power. He’s sensual, passionate, masterful, and considerate. There were times when Max’s words and actions literally took my breath away and that’s all down to the crazy good writing of Joey Hill. Max will be many woman’s fantasy of their perfect man. The burning question is can he be the man to please Janet?

 

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Joey Hill has given us an intriguing world in the Knight’s of the Board Room series. A world with inspiring, strong male and female characters who have insightful thoughts and powerful ties and relationships laced throughout this multi-layered story.

The author bombards our senses with her beautiful words, drawing us into the fictional BDSM world and her characters. They caress your senses, envelop your mind. I cannot praise enough the lyrical writing that breathes emotion into your heart and soul, painting vibrant pictures with creative descriptions. There first kiss was wow, scorching! Her descriptions and metaphors are stunningly beautiful.

In essence, I adore this story.

The prologue is wonderful and made me want to jump into Matt and Savannah’s story…. Very soon, I’m thinking. That’s the power of Joey Hill. She always leaves me wanting more of her sublime writing.

**Note** Each Knights of the Board Room story can be read as a standalone. I was recommended to read Hostile Takeover before Willing Sacrifice. That was great advice and I’d recommend everyone to do the same.

 

 

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About The Author

Website

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An RT Book Reviews Career Achievement Award recipient in Erotic Romance, Joey W. Hill has well over thirty titles available in contemporary and paranormal erotic romance. Her characters include everything from vampires, mermaids, witches and angels, to boardroom executives, cops and simple housemaids.

Free excerpts from all her works are available at www.storywitch.com, and additional vignettes, character interviews and graphics inspired by the work are at the fan forum site, accessible via www.storywitch.com/community. Subscribe to her newsletter from her home page and receive the latest info about appearances and releases.

Though much of her work is BDSM, she has built her reputation on award-winning romances with absorbing characters who not only attract fans of the genre, but readers who would “never” read BDSM romance. “Whatever genre you’re writing, if the characters are compelling and sympathetic, the readers are going to want to see what happens to them. It can be the coolest storyline ever, but if the reader could care less whether the hero or heroine survive (in fact, in some cases they may be rooting for their destruction just so they can be done with the darn thing), then it’s not a story worth reading.”

 

 

 

 

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