Review: My Tye by Kristin Daniels

My Tye by Kristin Daniels
Release Date: April 10, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing, Inc.
Pages: 286
Source: Book provided by publisher for review



For years, Laine Morgan has fantasized about being bound and taken. After a night of testing the waters at a BDSM club, all her erotic dreams shatter when she’s assaulted and kidnapped. Tossed into a hell she never expected, she’s forced to succumb to the protection of Sheriff Tye Carter—the star of her most vivid bondage fantasies.

Tye’s hidden his desires from Laine for over a year, but not anymore. She’s hurt and scared, which throws the Dom inside him into a rage. He’ll do anything to protect her, even move her to his ranch. But having her all to himself sends his control into a tailspin. And when Laine finally reveals her sexy secrets? He knows he’s the only man who can give her everything she needs.

But there’s an enemy on the loose, one whose personal brand of hatred has put Laine’s life on the line. In the span of a heartbeat, Tye’s is too. To save them both, he’ll have to surrender control to the one woman who might not be ready to accept it.


Review:  Just when Laine Morgan decides to explore her hidden fantasies, she is subjected to physical pain, but not in a sexual setting. She finds herself in the care of the Tye Carter, who is determined to protect her.

In My Tye, author Kristin Daniels creates a story line full of emotion that explores how a determined Dom can bring healing to a woman who yearns to experience the BDSM lifestyle but is held back by a painful attack.

The suspense builds throughout the story as Laine’s stalker continues to wreak havoc in her world. This aspect of the story is presented very well with a truly horrifying adversary. Meanwhile, the attraction between Laine and Tye continues to grow, with neither one realizing the other has an interest in anything other than a vanilla lifestyle. When they discover their dreams are on a parallel course, it’s only a matter of time before passion takes over.

The author does an excellent job incorporating BDSM elements into the story line. As part of the healing process, Tye realizes Laine needs to feel a sense of control, so he tamps down his Dom tendencies to give her what she needs. There’s a solid connection between the characters, which helps in creating a realistic amount of heat in the story line.