[Siren Everlasting Classic: Erotic Consensual BDSM Romance, spanking, whipping, HEA]
Isabella Ridgefield and her Dom, Chris Powers, accept Jamie Devereau’s invitation to visit the Black Dahlia Hotel and BDSM club in Fort Lauderdale, and to enjoy a cruise aboard the Golden Dolphin mega yacht from Fort Lauderdale to Tampa for the annual Gasparilla Days Pirate Festival.
All kinds of sexy hijinks abound as the passengers enjoy the secret BDSM club aboard the ship as it travels around the Florida peninsula to Tampa Bay.
Isabella is surprised to run into an old boyfriend and Dom, Armando Moreno, at the Black Dahlia Hotel. He ill-advisedly wants to resume the relationship that ended five years ago, bringing out some previously hidden insecurities. Both Chris and Armando’s sub, Tiffany, are not happy about that idea. Can Isabella and Chris's relationship survive the appearance of a ghost from the past?
But there is something else going on.
Just what is Armando up to in Tampa?
Skye Michaels always spins a cleverly developed BDSM tale and Isabella's Pirate Dom did not disappoint.
Cruising the southern tip of Florida brought a new set of adventures aboard the Golden Dolphin as dom Chris and submissive Isabella found turmoil and love.
Ms. Michaels' never fails to deliver sexy characters and spicy sexual scenes. Chris and Isabella were a dynamic couple enhanced by the author's careful pen and open style of writing. The attention to detail, sans overthinking, is a forte of Ms. Michaels, along with her ability to intertwine the characters from previous books.
Another winner to the Black Dahlia Hotel series.
A five handcuff review
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