queen of the small principality, Cedoniy, Kianaís entire
life is surrounded by a cloud of rumor, speculation and
legend; even her sex life is under scrutiny. So when
commoner Richard breaks into the palace, he expects to find
a dominate man-eater not the playful amused woman that
invites him in to teach him a lesson. Richard is not
submissive and sets out to prove that even a queen can
become enslaved to the right manís touch.
Kiana and Richard are lively and intense as they engage in
love play that stretches the boundaries on both sides. The
language used to describe their encounter is lush. Layne
Blacqueís vivid concise writing style is an asset in
Conquered. Yet, there was something missing for me
in this story. It could be that I simply didnít see why
Kiana should submit to Richard just because heís a
good-looking Alpha. He hadnít done anything to earn her
trust and her submission. There wasnít a foundation solid
enough for her to be so open. I wanted her to turn the
tables on him because some his actions didnít make me like
him. This isnít to say that the story wasnít worth reading.
Ms. Blacque knows her stuff; I think some readers will be
thrilled by this titillating tale.