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Seven – K.D. Robichaux

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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?

I’d like to thank Give Me Books Promotions for sending me an e-arc of this book. I had never heard of this author or the book so I was really interested. This is an erotica book.

The book focuses on Twyla and Seth, Twyla moves with her sister Astrid who is escaping from an abusive relationship and to earn money Twyla begins to work at a sex toy shop the only problem is she’s a virgin and has no idea what these toys do or look like which is where Seth comes in and he is a regular customer as he buys for his club Club Alias. He offers Twyla lessons on these sex toys so it can help her work. This story is really fascinating, it was so nice to see BDSM correctly, obviously from when Fifty Shades was released which is mentioned in the book, and I know that people from the community wasn’t pleased with the representation that was in 50 shades, so this was a very different read. I loved how they represented the BDSM community. A very safe place and there is a process to joining the club including that they have to

This story is really fascinating, it was so nice to see BDSM correctly, obviously from when Fifty Shades was released which is mentioned in the book, and I know that people from the community wasn’t pleased with the representation that was in 50 shades, so this was a very different read. I loved how they represented the BDSM community. A very safe place and there is a process to joining the club including that they have to undergo therapy sessions with the doc before they can join. So that was a great part of this, I figured that would be the first thing that I actually mention in the review.

I loved seeing a virgin character in this novel and it wasn’t shown as weird the fact a grown woman was still a virgin and I really loved the innocence of Twyla and that even with her embarrassment of not knowing any of the sex toys she is still willing to do it for her sister. Her character made me laugh and smile and the fact she was focused on her career when she was younger and the fact she was willing to drop that for to protect her sister Astrid. It was a nice change of character from the usual ones I have been reading lately. She is definitely a favourite character for 2017!

Seth was so charming and the fact he wanted to help Twyla was so sweet and how their relationship grew with each chapter it made my heart warm and how honest he was with her when it came to the other side of his business to Club Alias. I liked the character building and that we got a bit more insight with both of these characters as it is a dual point of view. I liked his relationship with the doc too!

The Doc is my favourite person in this novel like side character wise his humour and the fact he knows Seth so well and then he’s there for Astrid and it was so cute! I wanted to know everything about him and it was lovely how he was although a side character also important in the story especially with Seth and learning to adjust his feelings for Twyla.

I loved all the pop culture references that whole scene of friends just made me smile, I love seeing pop references in the story and especially the ones I know!

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