Cora has an amazing sex life. She’s beautiful, daring, and the most popular submissive in Hayven. Too bad none of it’s real…
IT specialist Cora Benning has figured out the key to her formerly disastrous love life—make it virtual. In the online world of Hayven, she’s free of her geek girl image and can indulge her most private fantasies with a sexy, mysterious master without anyone in her life discovering her secrets. Until her information is hacked and she finds herself working to fix the breach under two very powerful men—one who seems all too familiar…
Best friends and business partners Ren Muroya and Hayes Fox were once revered dominants. Then Hayes was wrongfully sent to prison and everything changed. Ren wants to get back to who they were. Hayes can’t risk it. But when they discover the new IT specialist is their online fascination, and that she’s never felt a dominant’s touch, the temptation to turn virtual into reality becomes all too great.
Thoughts: If you’ve never read one or Loren’s books then you’ve missed out on one the best voices in erotic romance.
In the latest installement of her Loving on the Edge series she gives us another one of her fantastic ménage stories. This time with a hacker, a tech guru and an ex-con who all bring something extra to the table.
Cora is hands down one of my favorite of Loren’s heroines. She has a take charge personality, with the exception of one thing (okay really two otherwise this wouldn’t be a Loren book) and you’ll never guess what the exception is and no I’m not going to spoil it for you. So when something happens to her, she does what comes naturally and goes after information. She just never expects it to lead her to the men who’ll change everything.
Ren…man what a great character. On the outside he appears to have all of his crap together when it’s anything but the truth. He’s just a guy trying to get his best friend back and keep his company from going under so when Cora storms his office and demands to know who hacked her personal information he had a feeling that Cora was going to save more than just his company.
When it comes to broken dominant men Loren really knows how to write them. Hayes is one of the most broken of her heroes and all I wanted to do was wrap him up in a hug and tell him it will all be okay. As he slowly opens himself back up to actually living he’s afraid it will all come crashing down around him again, and when it does all he wants to do is disappear so that those he loves are no longer hurt.
Of all the books in this series I don’t think I’ve ever cheered or cried as much as I did in this book when everything comes crashing down around them and how Cora will stop at nothing to save the men she loves and convinces those around her that everything they believe about Ren and Hayes is wrong.
This is one book you won’t want to miss if you love characters who will do anything to save the ones they love.