Bound and Determined
by Shelley Bradley
Kerry Sullivan is running out of time – and patience. With her brother wrongfully accused of embezzling millions, she can’t face one more humiliating hang-up from the man she’s begging for help. Rafael Dawson may be one of the top electronic security experts in the country – and the only man who can prove her brother’s innocence – but his phone manners are appalling. Damn Yankee. Too bad kidnapping the man isn’t an option. Or is it?
There’s nothing Kerry wouldn’t do for her brother. There are lots of things she longs to do to Rafe Dawson when he’s lying tied-up and naked in her secret hideaway. Rafe is certainly something to look at, but Kerry’s brother’s life is riding on her pulling off the impossible: getting this man who’s always in control to lost it. But when the tables get turned, Kerry finds herself at Rafe’s mercy. And the only way to get her way is to let him have his way – with her…
Review: Not bad, not bad I say! It’s the first Shelley Bradley I’ve read, and I liked it! It’s put under contemporary, but I’d put it under erotic. The language, some might call it smut, me … well written and well worth the read, LOL! Regardless of the way it was written, it was more than plenty to make you hot under the collar and squirm in your seat, and I love that in an erotic contemporary novel. Bradley chose her wording well! 😉 The story has it’s own little mystery, all together with actions (in bed and out), made it exciting to read. Couldn’t get enough, LMAO! You could feel the connection between hero and heroine, the charactes were sincere and completely believable, including the bad guys. I kinda guessed who it was, but that didn’t matter to me. It was how the climax (no pun intended, LOL!) played out that went well with the story. The women are far from helpless, brainless females, and the men not only struggle with the action, but with their feelings as well. A good read, and I’d recommend it to anyone looking for an easy read. And although this isn’t part of a series, the second book coinciding with this one is titled Strip Search.