Sunday, August 10, 2014

Book Review - Touch My Heart by Paloma Beck

My Thoughts

William wants someone special in his life and knows that Aubrey is that person for him. She really doesn't know much about him or when they first begin seeing each other. He's a dominant with a preference of domestic discipline and wants her to be his submissive. She has some major self esteem issues that he helps her deal with as he trains her for their life together.

At first I thought that this was going to be one of those I am stalking you, kidnapping you, and make you love me stories. I was pleasantly surprised by this love story instead. I will warn you that their is quite the cliffhanger at the end of this one though and I am dying to see what happens next.

I give Touch My Heart 4 hearts!

About the Book

William knows exactly what he wants. He saw what his parents had and he plans to have that kind of love for himself. He just has to convince Aubrey she’s perfect for him. He attempts to take it slowly, cautious of her weariness and his own preoccupations. Then he bargains, persuades and seduces until Aubrey agrees to be his. That’s where the rest of his life begins…

… even while another part of his life begins to crumble. He finds the foundation of his own family rocked. With William’s future not in his control anymore, he needs Aubrey as much as she needs him. There’s solace in knowing you don’t have to go through life’s heartache alone.

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About the Author

Paloma Beck is a Romance Author living a life of contradiction... she's a happily married carpooling mom writing steamy romance. It's almost naughty but she loves it! Paloma writes both contemporary and paranormal romances that are anything but PG. She published her first book in 2012 and hasn't slowed down since. Look for more information on her Website.

With her husband and three sons, the Blue Ridge mountains have been her home for nearly twenty years. There's still a special place in her heart though for New England where she spent her childhood. The lakes of Maine call her name and someday she hopes to find her way back there.

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