Title: Wrapped Around Your Finger
Author: Fallon Blake
Rating: Five Siren Stones
ISBN E-Book: 978-1419931314
Publisher: Ellora’s CaveReviewer: Cia
Plus-sized fetish model and aspiring chef Indigo Hartley has plenty of tattoos and a fiery attitude to match. When she’s offered a job as a sushi model for one of Miami’s trendiest restaurants, she jumps at the chance. Little does this country-mouse-turned-city-vixen know that what starts out as a modeling job will end up the answer to all of her kinkiest fantasies. Three days serving as a sub to this hot chef is too tempting an offer to refuse.
Banner Faust has worked his ass off and sacrificed his love life to become a rock star in the culinary world. On what should be the biggest night of his career, he realizes something is missing from his life—the submissive woman he’s always craved. The curvy new model with the blue-streaked hair and innate submissive nature just might be the one he’s been waiting for. And when he gets her home—and in his bed—he soon realizes three days will never be enough.
I absolutely loved Wrapped Around Your Finger by Fallon Blake. From the beginning the story had me captivated. Indigo was a fabulous heroine. I loved that she felt comfortable in her body even though she wasn’t a size two. Her personal choice of body art and hair deco gave additional insight to her need to be her own person. At the same time I could see how she used her clothing and copious amount of makeup to hide away.
When she got the job for Banner, I couldn’t have been more pleased. I didn’t much care for those who thought she was a catastrophe in the making; I thought she’d be fabulous. When Banner warmed up to her and told her what he wanted to do with her, to her, I got all giddy with delight for her. I felt she deserved a strong hero and when he drew her into his world, a place he thought she’d fit, the story all came together. Through him she learned things about herself; to me she refused to admit.
The sex was white hot, the emotional impact rollercoaster of highs and lows ending in the perfect happily ever after. This is definitely going on my keeper shelf.