Review: Rock Your Soul by Sara Brookes

Rock Your Soul by Sara Brookes
Series:  Greek Kink (# 2)
Release Date:  May 31, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing, Inc
Pages: 220
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

Beth has been scarred both inside and out by a sadistic Dom and has worked hard to put the pieces of her life back together. However, the successful disc jockey knows one piece doesn’t quite align. She yearns to submit and searches for the one Dom she is convinced will help bring her to lusty new heights.

When Ryan agrees to assist Beth, he’s surprised by her determination. Intrigued, he pushes her limits by using his gifted carpenter’s hands to bring her wild, erotic pleasure. Ryan, though, has scars of his own, and a tragic past filled with death keeps him at a distance.

Beth discovers what she needs in Ryan, and her journey mends Ryan’s heart. But when the life Beth abandoned rises from the shadows, Ryan realizes there is something far worse than his tortuous past—a future without Beth.


Review:   Rock Your Soul is the second book in the Geek Kink series by Sara Brookes.  After reading the first book in the series, I could not wait for this book to come out.  I really liked the first book and had high hopes for this book.  This book absolutely lived up to them.  Even though this book is part of a series it can be read and enjoyed as a standalone novel.

Beth is a strong character that pulled herself out of a tough and sadistic Dom.  She was strong enough to realize that while she still enjoyed the lifestyle she needed to know more.  I loved that while she was a disk jockey from Nashville she worked not for county music stations but Alternative Rock stations.  She broke a lot of traditional submissive molds.

Ryan is a mysterious and intriguing character.  He surprised me every time I thought I had him figured out.  I liked that that he helped Beth embrace her submissive side as well.  I really enjoyed that Beth helped Ryan deal with his past.

The chemistry between Ryan and Beth is explosive.  They are a good match in and out of the bedroom.  I loved how Ryan showed Beth that she could trust him not just in the bedroom but out of it as well.  The sex scenes were very hot.

The only thing that would have made this story better was if it was if the author connected this book to the prior one in a better way.  Overall, this was an enjoyable addition to the series.  I cannot wait for the next book in the series to come out.  There are so many fascinating characters in this series there are so many characters to choose from.



Melissa sig