Control by CD Reiss

Told from both points of view this is my favourite of all the books so far.

We get to see how they have developed and embraced the roles they have in their relationship. Monica knows that despite her best efforts she is already falling in love with Jonathan, but what she doesn’t know is whether she will be able to completely accept her submissive role and the burning question is where Jonathan will be able to love her back?

Just what exactly when on between him and his ex-wife Jessica? I hope we get to find out?

For the first time we hear from Jonathan about what goes on in his head, what it is like to be him. He is more honest with himself than he is with Monica but by being able to experience his feelings and emotions the book really comes to life.

This is the most emotional of all the books so far, as a reader you get a more intense look at the relationship that has developed between Jonathan and Monica but the proverbial bad penny Jessica rears her ugly head and it becomes blatantly obvious that she is more determined than ever to stay around for the long haul.

The sex scenes in this book are off the charts – they are handled with both care and intensity. CD Reiss is the mistress of emotion.

I am eagerly anticipating the next instalment, because I can’t wait to read what is happening with Jessica and more to the point – what the hell is going on with Kevin?

Rating 5 out of 5


 

 


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