Review: Bound to Them by Lorna Jean Roberts

Bound to Them by Lorna Jean Roberts
Release Date: November 29, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing Inc.
Pages: 261
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

 

 

Crista has better things to do than watch Nash walk around shirtless. But it’s hard to remember that when faced with his sexy chest, his wide shoulders and all those lickable muscles. Delectable. If only she didn’t have an alcoholic brother to worry about, a stalker scaring her to death and a fear of being hurt again when she just wants to explore BDSM a little.

Quinn doesn’t want a relationship and he’s not into men. At least that’s what he tells himself. But there’s no denying he’s fallen in love—with Nash—and the sex is freaking amazing.

Nash has given up on Quinn admitting he loves him. Until Quinn chases after him, determined to win him back. But they need something more. They need someone to bind them together, someone to submit to them both. They need Crista. And she needs them.

 

Review:  Bound to Them by Lorna Jean Roberts is not part of a series but I would love if a sequel comes out. I chose this book because I have read a few books by Ms. Roberts and I have enjoyed them all.

Nash is in love with one of his friends, Quinn. Therefore, when Nash realizes that Quinn might never admit his feelings, Nash leaves town to make a new life for himself. He finds a new job, and in his new life, he meets a woman he falls head over heels for.

Crista’s brother is an alcoholic and leaves his business for her to run rarely ever showing up. If that was not enough to deal with, she has a stalker as well. This seems to leave her afraid to get into a relationship or even date. Crista seems to be a sweet woman with more on her plate then she should have.

Quinn lost his best friend because he was too worried about what others would think about him rather than face it. Nash’s leaving town makes Quinn face it and with the help of his family makes a move to show Nash how he feels.

Christa, Quinn, and Nash have great chemistry together, but they have an issue communicating with each other. They each have issues in their past that they are all reluctant to talk about and face together. Keeping secrets and not talking about things is how relationships end out falling apart. While the sex scenes were hot, I enjoyed that not every sex scenes is a ménage scene.

I had a hard time putting this book down and I read this book in one sitting. I found this book well written. The main characters and the secondary characters were appealing and engaging. Overall, this was a great book.

 

Victoria