I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Tiffany Reisz
Released: December 1, 2010
Published by Spice Briefs
Eleanor is a perfectly trained submissive so when her Master decides to loan her to a friend, she does what is asked of her with little complaint. This is why she finds herself in a large house with an intriguing man.
A widower for 3 years, Daniel has been grieving over his wife’s death since then, never once escaping the confines of his home. However, the fact that he is still lost in grief does not mean that he has forgotten the pleasures of flesh or the words that make a submissive melt.
For seven days, Eleanor is his and Tiffany Reisz makes sure that those seven days are well spent. I don’t think this book is required reading to understand what happens in THE SIREN or in THE ANGEL, but it’s a nice bonus to an already addicting series. It’s as if Reisz knew I would require another hit so she gave us this short to pass the time until the next book comes out. I only wish it were longer.
I’m told that there are more freebies on Daniels on her website so I will be zooming to take a look at those before going on to the next short, LITTLE RED RIDING CROP.
*ARC provided by Netgalley
When it comes to books I’m pretty adventurous. I read everything from Paranormal Romance to Urban Fantasy, New Adult, BDSM, LGBT fiction, Cozy Mysteries and even YA. If it’s got the littlest trace of romance in it, then I’ll probably read it. That being said, my all-time favorite authors are J.R. Ward and Karen Marie Moning.
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