Title: His Deal
Series: Lock and Key Series #2
Author: Rebel Rose
Genre: Contemporary/Erotic Romance
Release Date: March 13, 2018
So this is the second book in this trilogy. The first book was pretty good. Tristan was a little much for me in the first one. His selfishness was way over the top and I really wanted to smack the crap out of him. But this second one has become way better. He seems to be finding himself with Emma and I am starting to really enjoy that. I don’t believe that anyone can change. Tristan isn’t CHANGING per say, but he is seeing that he can become different. He can see that things can be different with someone that questions things. And Emma does question him, even though she is a sub. But again sub’s are allowed to question, and Dom’s are supposed to make sure they are safe and happy. In the first book that is what was missing.
I am excited to see what is going to happen in the last book. Emma is almost through her keys. And Tristan made some big decision at the end of this book that can change both their lives without asking Emma first. I voluntarily read an advance reader copy for my honest review.
A Wonderful World of Words – “Powerful – Breathtaking – Riveting”
Farah – “Continuing straight from Her Debt, His Deal is just as, if not even more steamy and eroticly charged.”
I wanted to give this book 5 strong stars, but I couldn’t and here is why.
First let me say, that I really enjoyed the story all the way around. The characters are good, and the story is strong.
Tristan is a Dom that is obsessed with the women that has taken his casino for a hundred grand. So he is going to give her an option. Become his sub or go to jail.
Emma Lia is a card cheat. She was told never to gamble in Tristan’s casino, so when she is caught, she knows she is in big deal of trouble. She just never thought she would have to give over her soul.
Now for why I couldn’t give this story a full 5 stars. This story is into BDSM. And yes every relationship is different when it comes to this lifestyle. But most of the time the sub is treated like a queen and it is not ALL about the Dom. Tristan stated multiple times that everything was for him. All pleasure was for him. And yes, some relationships I’m sure can go this way, but this is not normal. Most Doms enjoy giving their subs enjoyment in the bedroom and more so enjoy aftercare. For all of Tristan faults this is the biggest one. I am hoping we see him grow, but again BDSM is NOT a fifty shades movie.
Anyway, off my soap box. I am excited to read the next two books, since this ended on a cliffhanger.
I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy for my honest review.