Sequel to First Submission, this is an exciting erotic adventure as Selina decides to go looking for the Brody, the Dom of her dreams! But will Brody be happy to see her, or was she just a one-night-stand he’s already forgotten?
This book takes place three months after the first and finds Selina arriving in Savannah from Dallas and finding Brody Seemingly at a loss for words when he sees her. She’s afraid he had forgotten about her but that’s not the case, he is just super surprised to see her. In reality, he’s never quit thinking or dreaming about her.
Since her plans are up in the air Brody convinces Selina to stay with him and this short book is about Brody teaching Selina the ways of a submissive while he falls more and more into, what? Love, he doesn’t think so, but it’s something pretty strong. END
While I enjoyed this book, it didn’t pack the same punch as the first one. The sex scenes were explicit and the dirty talk was there but there was something lacking.
BUT, I will read the third installment to see how the author is going to end the storyline.
Matt has always been nothing but a clone—grown from a strip of old El Patron’s skin. Now, at age fourteen, he finds himself suddenly thrust into the position of ruling over his own country. The Land of Opium is the largest territory of the Dope Confederacy, which ranges on the map like an intestine from the ruins of San Diego to the ruins of Matamoros. But while Opium thrives, the rest of the world has been devastated by ecological disaster—and hidden in Opium is the cure.
And that isn’t all that awaits within the depths of Opium. Matt is haunted by the ubiquitous army of eejits, zombielike workers harnessed to the old El Patron’s sinister system of drug growing—people stripped of the very qualities that once made them human.
Matt wants to use his newfound power to help, to stop the suffering, but he can’t even find a way to smuggle his childhood love, Maria, across the border and into Opium. Instead, his every move hits a roadblock, some from the enemies that surround him…and some from a voice within himself. For who is Matt really, but the clone of an evil, murderous dictator?
I didn’t enjoy this book near as much as the first one, The House of the Scorpion, because it seemed the author was in a hurry to tie up the loose ends and the end was sort of anticlimactic. BUT, after all that, I still consider it worth reading.