Kerra Thornton is on the run from her
stepbrother, who believes she is hiding money from an
inheritance. She doesnít stay in one place very long, but he
always manages to find her.
During one of her stays, she finds a
job at a construction site, owned by Cress Construction
where she meets Theo Cress, a Dominant in search of a
submissive. Kerra agrees to be his sub, and then she hears
from Cary, her stepbrother, and she runs.
With the help of his brother, Theo
finds her, and reminds her that she belongs to him. But life
intrudes, in a very unpleasant way, and the lovers must
fight her brother, and forces that donít understand them.
Can they stay together as Dom and sub?
All Chained Up starts
with a bang, and doesnít let up until the last page of the
book. I feel in love with Kerra, who faced not only losing
her parents but putting up with her brother, who was a royal
jerk. Theo is the perfect Dom for her, strong and
knowledgeable. And very creative. His use of chains, and
other instruments, had me squirming at times.
This novella features characters from
Paulinís previous novels, which I have not read. But that
didnít stop my enjoyment of All Chained Up. It
is a well-written, well-researched tale of BDSM that will
keep lovers of the genre entranced.