Thursday, November 27, 2014

S.E.X. Review~ Melodie's Song by Skye Michaels

Art gallery owner, Melodie Buxton, was attacked and stabbed on the street in Tribeca. Upon waking in the hospital with a knife wound on her face, she remembered the dark presence that held her barely conscious body and attempted to stop the bleeding, but she didn’t know his name.*

Dom Logan Hawk, lead singer and guitar in Dark Place, had seen the attack. He stopped to help the beautiful young woman. As he put pressure on her wound and felt her pulse under his hands and her blood flow through his fingers, he knew that their souls had bonded.*

Logan’s dangerous stalker, Karin Sanders, is determined to get rid of Melodie in any way she can. When Karin attacks Melodie on the street outside Rockefeller Plaza, Logan and Melodie retreat to the new BDSM hotel in Florida owned by his friend, Jack Dalton Brown.*

Can Logan overcome Melodie’s need to hide her scar as well as the malevolent intentions of the stalker and compose a happy ever after?

Sensual and sexy; words to describe Skye Michaels’~ Melodie’s Song~ book 3 in The Black Dahlia Hotel series.

Melodie and Logan were wonderfully sexy and energetic characters. Wrought with insecurities due to tragedy, Melodie Buxton emerged as a strong woman with a sense of self-worth and inner beauty.

Logan, musician and Dominant had always wondered about the woman he saved two years prior, and finally took the plunge and approached her. Grateful for Logan’s previous chivalry, and attracted to him, Melodie needed little encouragement to begin a relationship with the very alpha male.

Ms. Michaels delivered a beautifully written tale of acceptance and strength, as her characters grew psychologically and emotionally. Logan’s not so quiet forte wrapped Melodie in a protective blanket, proving to her that her beauty need not always be worn on the outside, but more importantly on the inside.

The sexual desires and exploits of the Dom and his submissive were well written with clarity and care. I love a dominant man who conveys a tender streak~ kudos to Ms. Michaels for delivering Logan Hawk.

Although characters from the previous books in the series are mentioned in book 3, Melodie’s Song can be read as a stand-alone. The author’s attention to detail was impeccably done. Whether describing a scene room or the Fort Lauderdale area.

My recommendation~ run, don’t walk and treat yourself to all the books in The Black Dahlia Hotel series.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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