Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Too Much by Lea Griffith

A Loveswept Contemporary Erotic Romance 

In Lea Griffith’s Loveswept debut, a novel that’s perfect for erotic romance readers, two lovers who have shared exquisite pain and unforgettable bliss find solace back in each other’s arms.

Jeremiah Copeland and Daly Edwards have a history. Even though he grew up a criminal struggling to care for two younger siblings, and she’s the pampered daughter of a power-hungry senator, they formed a bond that nothing could break. Only a lack of trust ripped them apart.

Seven years later, Daly has reason to believe that Jeremiah’s brother is in trouble. She reaches out to Jeremiah the only way she knows how: at his BDSM club, The Underground. But one look ignites a heat she thought had cooled forever. As Jeremiah takes control of her body once again, Daly quickly loses control of her carefully rebuilt world. Too much has never been enough between them, and as danger swirls in the shadows, Jeremiah forces Daly to recognize what has never changed: She still loves him. His command is that she return her heart—and he will make her obey.

Overall Rating:   4.5 Rockin’ ★★★★☆

Daly is forced to search out her first and only love Jeremiah Copeland when a message is left on her front porch for him.  The message is his brother’s high school class ring and it means he needs help. It has been three years since she left Jeremiah and the hurt is still there for both of them.

It was his brother’s high school class ring. A call for help that meant nothing but trouble.  Last time Copeland had received that ring, he’d ended up having to save David’s life and career as an attorney.  It had cost him Daly.  That his brother had left it on her front porch pissed him right the f#@1 off.  She held it out to him and he took it from her calmly, putting it into his pocket.

She loved Jeremiah with all her heart and he had not loved her enough to stay on the straight side of the law.   He had promised her that he would no longer deal with criminal activities but would leave behind his life of crime. 

They’d shared a bond so deep, so consuming, that the trust between them had been implicit.  Once that trust was broken, the relationship died.

Jeremiah had loved Daly since she was sixteen and had waited until she turned twenty-one to make her his own.  He had struggled growing up to just have enough to eat, while Daly came from a life of privilege.  Her father had told him that he was not good enough for Daly and he realized that when she left him. Now that she was back in his life, he would not let her leave again.

She’d gifted him with her complete submission in the past.  She’d given him a taste tonight.  But Copeland was a greedy man and he wanted it all.  God help her now.  He was going to take what she’d offered him with her body.   He’d tackle her heart and her misgivings as he went.

Daly knew when she went to see Jeremiah that she would never be able to purge him from her body, mind and spirit.  He was hers and she was his.  Could she take a chance and allow him in once again or was the past once again controlling their future.

Copeland allowed her to walk away three years ago because he’d broken his word to her.  He’s vowed never to hurt her and she’d entrusted all she was into his care.  He shamed them both when he withheld information about David’s situation from her. 

Evidence against Jeremiah is placed in Daly’s home by someone that wants to destroy them both.  Daly must decide to give Jeremiah her “Everything” and refuse to believe that he is not willing to do the same.

Hero –Jeremiah Copeland: 4.5 stars
Heroine –Daly Edwards : 4.5 stars
Steam: 5 stars 
Plot: 4.5 stars 
Cliffhanger: No

Would I recommend this book: Yes! This book is a wonderful roller coaster ride of love lost then found again with just a twist of naughty BDSM thrown in for good measure.

Would I read other books by this author: Yes! I would like to see what happens next in this series.  Will Daly’s brother and Jeremiah’s sister find each other?

***Received an ARC of this book from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review***

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