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Title: Break Me Down

Author: Roni Loren

Book Blurb:

The New York Times bestselling author of Call on Me invites you to discover the thrill of control as one couple wrestles for power in and out of the bedroom…

Samantha Dunbar needs to forget Gibson Andrews. When he trained her to be a domme, she experienced just how hot things could get with the sexy executive. She was ready to hand him everything—including her heart. But Gibson backed away, declaring them incompatible. He’s a dominant, and Sam’s no submissive.

But after an attack shakes Sam to her core, Gibson tracks her down at her family’s rundown farmhouse and makes her an offer. He’ll stay the week and be hers in every way—a helping hand for the renovation and a willing lover in her bed. He swore he’d never give up control to anyone again, but he hasn’t been able to touch another woman since Sam. Maybe a week alone with her will cure him of his relentless craving.

But one taste only makes them want more, and Sam and Gibson are drawn in deeper than ever. The man who won’t give in has just met the girl who won’t give up…

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The floors creaked as he made his way back to the front of the house. He examined the dining room with critical eyes. It looked like one small patch of floor was left. Sam had been close to done when he’d interrupted last night. Yet another valid reason for her to be mad at him.

He squatted down and picked up the sanding machine. It’d been a while since he’d tackled any home improvement projects. His position as head of PR at Vandergriff kept him too busy. But when he’d first bought his house, it had been in pretty rough shape. He’d taken on weekend projects to get it how he wanted it. He’d learned a lot and messed up more. A handyman, he was not. But he understood the satisfaction Sam probably got from doing this herself. It could be cathartic.

“I don’t suggest you turn that on unless you know what to do with it,” Sam said from behind him.

He turned around, finding her at the bottom of the stairs, raven hair damp and twisted into a messy bun atop her head. Face scrubbed clean. She looked so young standing there. He was used to seeing her with her dark eyeliner and hair done in some quirky way. But this version of her was just as breath-stealing. He held up the sander. “Don’t turn it on unless I know what to do with it. There’s a dirty joke in there.”

She smirked, some of that trademark attitude back, despite the lingering ghosts in her eyes. “So do you? Know what to do?”

“With a woman or home improvement equipment?”

“I already know you know what to do with a woman.”

He tilted his head. Flirty Sam. Yes. Yes, he liked this. “I’m not quite as skilled with machinery, but I can hold my own. Why? Gonna put me to work to earn my keep?”

She walked forward, her beat-up Vans silent on the floors. “Hmm, now there’s an idea.”

The tone of her voice had slipped into a dangerous place, one he recognized. One his body recognized. “I don’t mind helping.”

She tucked her hands in the back pockets of her jeans, her vintage No Doubt T-shirt stretching thin across her breasts as she considered him. “Is that right?”

He lost his focus for a moment just looking at her. Her shirt read Just A Girl, but that was far from the truth. She was so much more. A fucking mystery wrapped up in smarts and sex appeal and kink. He’d only gotten to touch her once, but he hadn’t forgotten how those pert breasts had felt in his palms, how her body had responded to his touch, how it had seemed like the goddamned sun had come out when he’d made her come. His blood rushed south at the memory, and he had to shift his stance to tamp down the reaction. How big of an asshole would he be, getting hard and horny the morning after Sam had been attacked? He cleared his throat. “Yeah, I can help with whatever you need.”

Her smile was quick, not too big, but enough to punch him in the gut. “Those are mighty vague terms, Gib. You should know how dangerous that is in negotiations. I could make you strip naked and clean the bathroom grout with a toothbrush while I sip iced tea and watch.”

He set down the sander and ran a hand over the back of his hair. She’d meant it as a joke. He tried to smile but managed only a tight grimace. Any image where he got on his knees for her pushed that forbidden button inside him. “Right.”

The silver ring in her eyebrow twitched up as if she knew exactly what he’d been thinking. “Nah, never mind. I know how you can help. Leave.

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**ARC Provided for Honest Review**

Another amazing, exciting and panty-wetting book by Roni Loren. Yes, I said it. I really love her Loving on the Edge Series. I enjoy having characters who starred in other books in the series, appear and be a part of other stories. Especially this one. I feel like I am reading about old friends almost. Kade, Tessa, Pike, Foster, Grant (love Grant) and Charli to name a few, make appearances in the book. Each has their own story in the series but they are a tight nit group of friends and family that are always supportive of each other.

I don’t want to describe the actual story because I don’t know if I can without giving anything away. There are some unexpected twists and turns that I don’t want to divulge but they sure shocked me. As usual, Roni left me on the edge of my seat not wanting to put this book down or go to bed. But that is not a surprise to me because she has a way of doing that with every book she writes.

All of Roni’s books in this series deal with BDSM. They revolve around The Ranch. I love reading stories with BDSM in them but for some reason, this book tugged at my heart a little more than the others. I don’t know if I felt bad for Griffin or if I hurt for him and his decisions he needed to make, but the scenes with Sam were definitely intense. I think I almost cried at one point. The struggles between Sam and Griffin and within Griffin himself were written very well, making me get emotional. My heart was racing at times, especially at the end. Yet, they were very real struggles that I am sure others have dealt with. Roni writes her stories in a very real and believable manner.

And then there is the sex and in this story, really it was more of the BDSM scenes. They were hard to read only by way of intensity. The dom/sub relationship is always something special. The way one pushes the other and the complete trust the two have. It is definitely erotic. I felt bad for the humiliation factor but if that’s someone’s kink I understand the need for it. I am happy for Griffin and the outcome, glad to know those closest to him realized his struggle and supported him. I know I could never be as strong as Sam and Griffin were in this story. Amazing strength. There is something to be said for being pushed off the diving board, that’s for sure but sometimes it needs to be done. (You will understand when you read the book)

Another five star read for Roni. I love her books and this is another on my favorites list. Griffin and Sam are two more friends I can add to my list. Well done Roni! You always amaze me.

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Author Bio:  

Roni wrote her first romance novel at age fifteen when she discovered writing about boys was way easier than actually talking to them. Since then, her flirting skills haven’t improved, but she likes to think her storytelling ability has. Though she’ll forever be a New Orleans girl at heart, she now lives in Dallas with her husband and son.

If she’s not working on her latest sexy story, you can find her reading, watching reality television, or indulging in her unhealthy addiction to rockstars, er, rock concerts. Yeah, that’s it. She is the National Bestselling Author of The Loving on the Edge series from Berkley Heat.

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