Sons of Tallav Book #2 by Cailin Briste
Maon Keefe has always been told he’s doomed to fail as a husband. He decides never to marry instead focusing on living life as a player and becoming a capable marshal of Tallav. When he is shot and the most-wanted criminal he’s escorting escapes, he fears that his career, his one success in life, is doomed. Assigned to ferret out the cause of missing shipments for a VIP aristocrat, he meets Selina Shirley CEO of the House of Shirley. He finds himself inexplicably attracted to her despite her frumpy appearance. When he meets a hooded and masked, scorching hot Domme, Lasair, at his friend’s BDSM club, he’s torn between the two women. Both fire his imagination and call to his submissive nature. Either might be the woman to change him into successful husband material.
Selina Shirley organizes her life like she organizes her business, taking control of all aspects of each. She’s concluded that she must marry to get an heir and that her future husband must be totally submissive. Mentored by the sector’s most famous sadist, she learns what it takes to be a proper Domme. Then, hidden behind a hood and mask, as Lasair, she meets Maon and her instant attraction to his full submission at the BDSM club leads her to break her own rules and become involved with him. But he’s also the marshal assigned to investigate thefts at her company. When his broad streak of protective alpha male comes into play, it obvious he’s not a 24/7 submissive. To stick to her plan to marry the perfect husband, she must ignore her heart and dump Maon.
Sons of Tallav Book #1 by Cailin Briste
“The detail and descriptors in this book take you into the fantasy and draw you into the storyline. The characters were well developed and the storyline kept you enticed.” Mary Shive, BDSM group on Goodreads.
“Through the book we are treated to wonderful vistas of new worlds and their cultures and how both Adrianna and Shane must make sacrifices if either want to be happy.” Wicked Reads
“I loved this book it was great.” Melissa Weeks, BDSM group on Goodreads.
“Shane was the strong alpha type while still being caring, definite points there. Adrianna was sweet yet smart. Together their dynamic was really enjoyable to read.” Charlie, BDSM group on Goodreads.
Shane Tiernan, the Beast of Tallavan aristocratic society, needs relief from the matriarchal rules that are destroying his life. His hope lies in a female submissive, newly graduated from a top sex school. From her resume, she seems perfect. Profile and real life collide when he arrives to collect her. He’s stunned when he spots her vaulting over a bar and snatching up an ice chipper to defend herself against the giant who is chasing her. Her combination of warrior spirit and long-limbed curves fires his Dom imagination and the desire to bind her in his rope and have her under his complete control.
Adrianna Pacquin is sexually submissive, but don’t cross her outside the bedroom. She’s escaped the crime lord who plans to marry her once before. When it becomes clear he’s still after her, she doesn’t intend to get caught. A fortuitous decision to accept the contract of Tallavan Marshal Shane Tiernan promises safety until an attempt to murder him sets the pair on an investigation that will require complete trust in one another. With danger stalking their every step, the secrets they both hide could implode their blooming relationship and leave them exposed to their relentless foe.
Take the Plunge
In the universe that I live in, men come in two types the keepers and the toss ’em back creepers. While that may seem cut and dried, we all know that a bad boy properly reformed can be a keeper and Mr. Considerate can turn out to be a creeper. I write about the keepers. No matter how he may seem at the beginning, my main man always comes through in the end. It’s my universe and that’s the way I like it.
My heroines are feisty, intelligent, and creative. They may display a little introspection and an occasional tear or two (they are girls after all), but they don’t wilt, whine, or demand someone else clean up there messes. No, I’m not into girl power. I’m not talking about Amazon women, unless of course I’m writing about an Amazon woman. In my universe, women are willing to try new things, learn new skills, and surprise themselves with where their intuitive thinking takes them.
My universe is also way off in space somewhere in the future where a short ride by space craft to the hyperpulse point will send you streaming on your way to the planetary system of your choice. You may not recognize the setting, but you’ll recognize the people. They’re all human with the same propensity to make mistakes and do foolish things like the people living next door to you.