Review: Wyk’s Surrender by Dakota Trace

Wyk’s Surrender by Dakota Trace
Series: 1NightStand (# 184)
Release Date: September 17, 2013
Publisher: Decadent Publishing Company, LLC
Pages: 55
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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She wants to mark him and make him hers…

Mistress “V” lusts after her boss. She wants him at her mercy, begging for her touch, but he only knows her as his very capable assistant Venus. When an off-hand comment dashes her hopes, the sexy domme turns to Madame Eve at 1Night Stand for help…

He isn’t sure he can handle the dark pleasure she promises…

Living up to his father’s expectations has driven Wyk Havas to the edge. His curvaceous assistant Venus wants to push him past those limits, and he’s damn near attracted enough to try. But Venus’s preference for men to submit to her threw him for a loop. Can a date from 1Night Stand show him if he’s able to submit to a woman?

Can Wyk truly surrender to Mistress V’s pleasure or were they doomed from the start?

 

Review:   Wyk’s Surrender by Dakota Trace it the 184th book in the 1NightStand series. 1NightStand series is a series that is written by several authors about a mysterious woman who sets up one night stands that end up with the couple having a happily ever after. I chose this book because I have read several books in the series and each book is more enjoyable. In addition, I enjoy reading Ms. Trace’s books so I was interested in her take on this series.

Venus is in love with her boss. She is a personal assistant who is very good at her job. By night, Venus is a Domme. Venus turns to Madame Eve for help after hearing her boss make a comment that puts any and all thoughts of a relationship between the two to rest. Venus comes across as a strong and capable woman in all aspects of her life.

Wyk Havas is a man with a troubled soul. He is trying to live up to his father expectations on how he should live his life and failing. He is in love with is assistant and wants to be dominated however he battles his inner demons. Wyk’s biggest issue is trying to live for someone rather than enjoying his life. It’s always hard to live up to someone else’s expectations.

I loved this book a lot more than I expected. I liked the different and unexpected take on the boss/employee relationship. The chemistry between the characters was blistering. The sex scenes was scorching hot. This book was very well written and at 55 pages, it has a clearly defined beginning, middle and end. The characters were fascinating and realistic. Overall, this was a great book. I hope Ms. Trace does another in this series.

 

Victoria