Seth Owens, co-owner of Club Alias, has always taken full-advantage of the endless supply of willing submissives who frequent his high-end establishment. But he’s never trusted anyone enough to let them get to know the man beneath the leather mask.
Twyla Quill has always been the good girl, the responsible one, which has left her no time to indulge in the many pleasures of life—much less a relationship.
When Twyla finally convinces her sister to leave her abusive boyfriend, they have no choice but to move across the country and hide out, away from the monster determined to get her sister back. With their savings quickly running out, Twyla takes a position at the local sex shop—where she meets Seth, a man who is all too willing to show her what she’s been missing out on.
What happens when the witty Dom meets the sweet new girl in town? Sparks fly and a whirlwind romance neither ever saw coming begins. But will Seth be able to protect the woman he considers his?
Seven is a spinoff of The Confession Duet, but can be read as a stand alone.
What to say about this book?
It wasn’t bad per se. It just isn’t for me. The first 40 % was fun, hilarious and I enjoyed every moment of. Then it seemed to go downhill from there. I have mixed emotions. I liked it and I didn’t. The writing style is simple but good and entertaining especially with all the pop culture references. One of my favorites was mentioned. Friends. And I learnt something I now know where that’s what she said comes from. Yeah. We don’t have The Office where I live.
Seth/Master Seven lives and breathes his BDSM club that is until he needs to make a run to Toys for Twats to stock up. Where he meets the new employee, and is smitten with her from the start.
Seth is too jovial. He is a happy go lucky kind of guy. A ray of sunshine and he annoyed with his sunny disposition. He is a kind and a good man but just too happy.
Twyla is a chemical engineer but now works selling sex toys. She has no experience with the toys and is yes you guessed it still a virgin at the age of 24. She left everything behind so that her sister could live her abusive relationship.
I’m quite ambivalent about her so I can’t really say anything about her. Nothing really stuck out.
There was good chemistry and build up until it all was rushed and the ILY dropped pretty quick from both of them. So, you could say that is instalove/lust.
A lot of things were glossed over IMO. The plot could have been more in depth and fleshed out. It’s like the author didn’t even scratch the surface. Another thing that bothered me were unnecessary time jumps. Either flesh it out more or don’t tell us how much time has passed. People will fixate on that time line.
This is where my believability muscle kind of clicked on or out cause they also run a security business as well. Does Seth ever sleep? Day job and night job? Even if he is a child prodigy.
This author isn’t for me but in the grand scheme of things that doesn’t mean squat.