Review: The Suit and His Switch Claim Their Sub by Jenika Snow

The Suit and His Switch Claim Their Sub by Jenika Snow
Series:  The Suits (# 1)
Release Date:  August 29, 2013
Publisher:  Evernight Publishing
Pages:  101
Source: book provided by the publisher for review



Blythe Winters had only ever wanted to be a dancer, but an ankle injury claimed her career and her dream. When she is offered a temporary position as a personal assistant to a powerful man, Dietrich Moore, she can’t refuse. Spending a month on the sandy beaches of Portugal doesn’t seem like work, but it doesn’t take long for her employer to get under her skin in the most intimate of ways

Known as ruthless and dominant in everything he does, Dietrich takes what he wants without thought and without remorse. Though already in a D/s relationship with Stellan Alfonso, an ex-quarterback and businessman, Dietrich feels something is still missing in his life. It isn’t until he meets Blythe that he realizes she is the only one who can complete their relationship. Dietrich and Stellan are about to use the next four weeks to show Blythe exactly what it means to be their submissive in every way.


Review:   The Suit and His Switch Claim Their Sub is the first book in The Suits series by Jenika Snow.  I chose this book because I have not read a book by Ms. Snow that I did not enjoy.

Blythe had her life planned out until an injury changed her life forever.  Now she works for a temp agency.  Therefore, when a job overseas in Portugal comes her way she jumps at the chance.  Blythe loves her temp jobs.  She has the ability to experience different job without becoming bored.

Dietrich is a powerful and rich man who is also a Dom.  He goes after what he wants and gets it.  He is in a relationship with Stellan however, their relationship feels incomplete and they want a third person to complete them.  Stallen comes across as a mystery because the author does not go into much detail about him.

The sex scenes were blazing.  I loved how Stellan was not jealous of the relationship Dietrich and Blythe when they were alone together.  The chemistry between Dietrich, Stellan, and Blythe is blistering.

One of the problems with this book was how rushed it felt in places and overall.  I wish Ms. Snow had gone into more detail.  My other problem with the book is I am not sure how the relationship between Stellan, Blythe, and Dietrich will do in the future.   This book was well written with exciting and appealing characters.  I loved this book a lot.  I read this book in one sitting.  I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.


Melissa sig




One thought on “Review: The Suit and His Switch Claim Their Sub by Jenika Snow

  1. Tina B says:

    Ooh, this sounds like a good one. 🙂
    I can imagine it would be hard to get a triad’s relationship to show completely in a shorter story. I added this one to my TBR.
    Thank you for sharing.

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