Review: Enraptured by Shoshanna Evers

Enraptured by Shoshanna Evers
Series: Enslaved (# 3)
Release Date: June 10, 2013
Publisher: Pocket Star
Pages: 168
Source: Book provided by the author for review

 

 

Lovely, blonde, and young, Jessica accepted a job at New York’s most exclusive BDSM nightclub to make ends meet…and to satisfy her curiosity. Nobody is more intriguing than the BAD boys—Billionaire Arrogant Doms—a trio of unbelievably rich and sexy men. Jessica willingly gets involved with the group, shedding her formerly shy persona to explore the limits of her own desire. But she isn’t sure how vulnerable she wants to be…until the one BAD Boy who never wants to fall in love again—the gorgeous, passionate, and unexpectedly tender Roman—takes an interest in her, and Jessica finds herself drawn deeper into his world than she ever expected.

 

Review:  With the final installment in Shoshanna Evers’ Enslaved trilogy, Roman Chase, the baddest of the notorious BAD boys, meets his match.

Enraptured smoothly picks up the storyline where Enamored left off. We’ve watched as the two other BAD boys have gotten their happily ever afters while Roman continues to toss away ideas of commitment. For the resident sadist, his residual feelings of being rejected colors every action.

Young Jessica Vaughn was introduced in the second novel as a curious waitress from the BDSM club. Her fascination with the lifestyle and Roman himself create a perfect backdrop for plenty of excitement.

As the final installment, Enraptured features the characters that we’ve come to know and love. With the conclusion, all the loose ends get tied up, so to speak. While Roman isn’t necessarily adverse to training Jessica , he guards his heart closely. The central question revolves around whether Jessica is genuinely interested in the real Roman Chase or whether she is enraptured by his billionaire alpha dominance.

From start to finish, there is plenty of steam accenting the storyline. Because of Roman’s interests, the darker side of BDSM plays a key role. There is also some interaction between Lauren (main character in the second book) and Jessica, but it would probably be categorized as more educational in nature.

The author did a great job building up Roman’s character throughout the series. By the time I finished the second book, I was eager to see whether he would ever meet his match. With Enraptured, all my expectations were met.

 

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