Can a brave submissive show a rock star that accepting his true nature will be nirvana for both of them? Letting go with her may help him put the pieces of himself—and his band—back together again.
Struggling with the death of her mother, Sage Lyndsey turned to her Dom for comfort, but his impatience led to a humiliating scene in front of their club. Devastated, she runs to a small town on the Cali coast. Buying into Citrus Pointe’s bakery may be her best decision ever—if she can overcome the embarrassment of having her new landlord’s dog steal her towel right in front of him. It gets worse when she realizes he’s none other than rock bassist Hank Nash, and despite the problems it would cause, she wants nothing more than his talented hands on her, bending her to his will.
Hank is an ex-cop who knows all too well what dominance looks like when it turns to abuse—he saw the consequences on another cop’s wife. After turning the man in, Hank left that life behind to start a rock band, Weekend Washout. Now he’s fighting to keep the band together, and to deny his urge to dominate pretty, spunky Sage. But when Sage’s ex-Dom reappears, Hank is forced into a life-changing decision: Accept both their needs and gain more than one night with Sage, or retreat to the safe life he’s built so carefully?
Hank Nash has a big surprise when he arrives home late one night from his tour. Hank is the bassist for a rock band. To his surprise he walks in on a towel draped Sage.
Hank and Sage both have pasts that they will have to overcome before the flirting they are doing becomes more.
Can Sage teach Hank to become a Dom, and overcome his fear of hurting her?
Can Hank save Sage from her fears and her past?
Ella writes an awesome story about Dom's and sub's and their struggles with this life. Well written and had me so absorbed from the first chapter. I will definitely be reading more from this author.
5stars. Loved this book.