Brad McTavish, the owner of Roped and
Lassoed, a BDSM club, has become fixated with Keely, a sub
who frequents his club. It has gotten to the point where he
wants no one to dominate her in scenes but himself. He
knows that if she would just give him half a chance he could
prove to her that he is a master worthy of her trust. But
trust comes hard for Keely, and the more Brad pushes, the
further Keely pulls away.
Itís going to take more than words to
lasso this filly. Keely has had some very bad experiences
with trust in her past, and she knows that misplaced trust
can get her hurt. She also knows that if she's going to
outlive the rumors about her family, her submissive
yearnings must stay secretive and on the down-low. She
would like nothing more than to be the one woman Brad
McTavish goes home to at night, but she just canít risk it.
His bad boy ways and reputation scare Keely, and so she
continues to shy away from the one good thing that could be
in her life Ė love from her master.
In Hitched, the second
installment of Ann Jacobsí Heart of the West series, readers
will meet the other McTavish brother, Brad. Brad grabbed my
heart from the get go because he was so in love with Keely
that he was willing to give up parts of his lifestyle to
earn her trust. I kept hoping that Keely would realize how
much he cared and accept him for what he was, a Dom who
loved her above all things.
Hitched is a worthy
addition to any keeper shelf. Ann Jacobs has had me hooked
as a reader since I first read A Mutual Favor years ago.
She continues to come up with stories that tantalize and
tease the senses. Not to mention down and dirty sexual
encounters that would leave even the most jaded of readers
panting for more.