Jay knew he’d handled the situation poorly but didn’t expect Pen to storm off and cut him out of her life for good. He hadn’t been able to mend his fences, and he wanted her back.
When he learned that Penelope and her friends would be at the luxurious, new BDSM Black Dahlia Hotel on Fort Lauderdale Beach, he knew this might be his one and only chance to corner Penelope and make her listen and make whole something he knew he had carelessly broken.
Can a black mask and a lot of love heal their breach, or will Jay’s subterfuge blow up in his face permanently?
A ticked off sub and a slightly overeager Dom, equals what? The answer is simple~ another winner by author Skye Michaels, Penelope’s Gift. Five years ago Jay Fairlamb knew he made the biggest mistake of his life when his bright idea of a ménage with his submissive back fired. Slightly immature and eagerly wanting to express his Dom status, Jay soon realized that Penelope wanted no part of sharing her lover. Years later, Jay used trickery in his attempt to get Penelope back. After the mind blowing sex and Penelope realizing who her masked lover truly was, all Jay got was a toss in the pool.
Ms. Michaels wrote of growth and maturity as both characters waded through their issues and found their way back to each other. Penelope’s Gift was not only a tale of scenes and BDSM, but a story of personal evolution and acceptance.
Jay’s character especially, progressed throughout the story. His spoiled, I want what I want attitude morphed into a loving man, who discovered that sometimes others are more important, yet Ms. Michaels allowed him to maintain his alpha status. The chemistry between Penelope and Jay radiated through the pages and whether scening or talking, they heated my e-reader.
I adore The Black Dahlia Hotel series and Penelope’s Gift did not disappoint.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review
A five handcuff review