Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Kaitlin Maitland, Strung Out

Title: Strung Out

Author: Kaitlin Maitland

Rating: Five Siren Stones

Genre: Contemporary Erotica

Length: Novel

ISBN E-Book: 978-1-60737-804-4

Publisher: Loose Id, LLC

Buy-Link: http://www.loose-id.com/Strung-Out.aspx

Reviewer: Yvette Lowe


Who said money can’t buy everything? Erik Aasen has never failed to get what he wants. If money equals power and power equals influence, then Erik is at the top of the social strata. But when fate tosses a sexy classical musician named Talia Davies into his path, Erik discovers that the one thing he wants more than anything else is priceless.

When a one-night stand with Erik becomes much more than she ever could have imagined, Talia realizes she’s in way over her head. Growing up with nothing means understanding compromise. But the only thing Talia has is her self respect and that isn’t for sale at any cost. Not even when Erik is the buyer and the price is millions.
It doesn’t take Erik long to realize that Talia is worth everything he has. But a lifetime together might be more costly than either one of them expected. When worlds collide and the sheets catch fire, both will have to place a value on love, trust, and loyalty.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse.


Erik can buy or have anything he wants so when he realizes he can't buy Talia's love and respect that he must earn it; he is completely taken back that she doesn't want anything more than his love and honestly. But, can that really work if they are from two different words?

I absolutely loved this story. I think that it happens to us more often than not. The way that Kaitlin Maitland handles Erik, the self assured get whatever he wants type of a man he is, and then makes Talia a strong but sensitive person that comes from a different place in this world, and how they must face many different struggles and problems to keep their love alive, and how they must completely trust and truly love one another to make it work is amazing.

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