Title: Power Struggle
Author: Kelly Jamieson
Rating: Four Siren Stones
ISBN E-Book: 978-1419929557
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Reviewer: Yvette Lowe
Tori is the vice president of her company. Her career is all about being in charge, solving problems, making decisions. But in the bedroom she likes to give up control. She likes to be taken to the edge, likes the heady pleasure of pain, likes how it sets her free.
Dev is a physician. In his career, he has sworn to do no harm and was taught that raising a hand to a woman is wrong. And he is nearly a decade younger than Tori.
The attraction between Tori and Dev is more than just physical—they both feel a connection of spirit. They begin a relationship that seems to work despite their age difference. But when Tori reveals what she really wants in bed, Dev’s not sure if he has it in him to give it to her. And Tori isn’t sure she can have a relationship with someone who can’t accept her for who she is. It’s a power struggle.
Tori want things that no one she has ever dated has been able to provide, so it has her very wary to let her needs be known to anyone. When Tori meets Dev she can't believe the instant attraction and need to bond with him she feels. But, can she trust him enough not to completely walk away, or worse think she is crazy?
Dev has been raised to never harm anyone. But, the things that Tori needs can he provide? If she needs these things so badly, how come the chemistry between them is like fireworks every time they are together?
I started out this story with different expectations and then was so very pleasantly surprised that the story between Tori and Dev took on so many levels and all combined with explosive, hot sex.
Kelly Jamieson takes you on a journey with these two that gives you a whole different perception of their relationship and the fears and struggles they face to please each other, while they go through a lot of self discovery.
It is a wonderful story and I recommend it very highly. Power Struggle is a well written story that gives you an inside view of what some people face when they have different needs.