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Breathe Two people learn what it really means to give up control in the sizzling new novel from the author of Blush and Surrender to Temptation When business mogul Elijah Masterson travels to the Mexican coast for his chain of luxury resorts, he purchases an emerald green glass sculpture for one of the properties He is soon fascinated by the fiery temptress who created it The attraction between them is instant and explosive, but Elijah resists, unsure that a woman as strong willed as Samantha would ever yield in the way he needs her toHeadstrong glass artist Samantha Collins hides a secret desire to submit to the right man Samantha sees everything she wants in Elijah, but apart from one steamy night, he seems determined to keep his distance She has always held back, but refusing to let go now that she s found the dominant man she s always wanted, Samantha makes Elijah an offer he can t refuse a month of absolute submissionBut after a month of incredible passion, will either of them be able to walk away Lauren Jameson takes readers on a journey into the world of BDSM in her latest erotic novel, Breathe Jameson s ability to write a very sensual story, while still keeping it fresh and innovative will keep the readers attention from the first page to the last Jameson s character development shines in this novel, as well her in depth research and her knack for knowing just how much eroticism is enough but not too much A great erotic novel for readers who like their romance with a bit of sizzle a Lauren Jameson takes readers on a journey into the world of BDSM in her latest erotic novel, Breathe Jameson s ability to write a very sensual story, while still keeping it fresh and innovative will keep the readers attention from the first page to the last Jameson s character development shines in this novel, as well her in depth research and her knack for knowing just how much eroticism is enough but not too much A great erotic novel for readers who like their romance with a bit of sizzle and submission.What I liked I definitely believe there is a time and a place for every kind writing, including erotic romance Let s face it, this type of relationship exists and there are certainly readers who fantasize about it I thought Jameson s research was right on target with this one She obviously did her homework This may be a very popular genre at the moment, with all kinds of authors trying to cash in, but Lauren Jameson has a leg up on the rest, she knows what she s talking about All of the submission scenes, the atmosphere of the club, everything seemed realistic and believable Not easy in this genre.The main characters in Breathe were very well written Jameson has an exceptional way with character development When we first meet Samantha, she is a successful glass sculptor, she has friends, a good career and she is thriving, but she has some inner desires that she hasn t fully realized yet This was all about what Samantha wanted What she desired I liked the fact that Jameson makes this Samantha s choice She isn t being influenced by anyone and she knows what she wants to explore Her emotional journey into becoming a submissive to Elijah was just as riveting as her sexual journey Elijah wasn t a brooding hero with lots of flaws and underlying issues He was also a successful man, who was handsome and wealthy That was a bit predictable but Jameson pulled it off without it seeming too overdone or unrealistic There are definitely wealthy men out there, who don t need a shrink I thought Jameson wrote Elijah in a very natural and unassuming way He had it all together, he just hadn t found the right person to share it with.When Samantha asks Elijah to guide her into the world of submission the book really starts to heat up It s certainly not recommended for young readers, but adults will be very satisfied with how this one unfolds in and out of the club in this instance The sexual exploration by both characters was easy to read and in a way to understand as well They are strong passionate people in their social lives and in their private lives, it just stands to reason that two people like these characters would want to try something very different and challenging I thought it was all very well done.I liked the club atmosphere as well A lot of books of this type feature a club of some sort as the meeting place for people who are interested in this kind of sexual exploration I often find them a bit tedious to read about because they don t really seem inviting to me If I were going to go to a place like this I would want it to be somewhere I felt comfortable being myself and that definitely comes across in the setting for this book It is definitely luxurious as well and that helps But it catered to the clientele it was targeting and I thought it really worked for this one.What I didn t like The only thing I can think of that I didn t like was the length I wanted , but so would any fan of erotic romance It was that good Bottom Line Lauren Jameson excels with character development in Breathe She has created two characters that have strong back stories and a desire to explore the BDSM world It definitely isn t for everyone, but if you like this type of scenario, you have to read this book There are so many erotic romances coming out these days, it s nice to find one that has been well researched and written with a deft hand Breathe In Vino Veritas 2 by Lauren JamesonBreathe by Lauren Jameson is a well written novel, plot and characters development is laid out very well, I found it very easy to read, fast paced and I didn t stop reading it till I got to the end.Lauren Jameson gives the readers and great view of what the bdsm lifestyles demands.We first meet Samantha who is an artist and if very curious about what it would be like to be a submissive for a dominant male Samantha has a strong personality and at fir Breathe In Vino Veritas 2 by Lauren JamesonBreathe by Lauren Jameson is a well written novel, plot and characters development is laid out very well, I found it very easy to read, fast paced and I didn t stop reading it till I got to the end.Lauren Jameson gives the readers and great view of what the bdsm lifestyles demands.We first meet Samantha who is an artist and if very curious about what it would be like to be a submissive for a dominant male Samantha has a strong personality and at first I wasn t sure why she felt the desire to be in a submissive situation But you can see and begin to feel her desires It s about being honest with yourself, exploring you deep dark desires and being able to dig down deep and let the exploring begin.Elijah who is what you can only describe as strong, confident alpha male who is a true dominant, but he ends up having a few internal struggles when it comes to Samantha and her role as a submissive partner.What I really enjoyed was the process of the story and having both of the characters internal feelings so well written.So if you want a look into the bdsm lifestyle from different prospective this is defiantly a book to pick up Or do you want to read a romance novel with some added spice, hot alpha male then this is a book for you to read.I have rated Breathe In Vino Veritas 2 by Lauren Jameson 4 starts and would recommend to anyone who enjoy a sizzling romance novel to pick up a copy for yourself Also I found I really enjoyed the author s writing style and would not hesitate to read anything else she has or will write Jameson had me from the first page Her well written and easy to follow storyline takes the world of BDSM and presents it in an understandable and approachable manner Not only my imagination, but also my heart was caught up in this story This is not simply a Dom sub tale, but a journey of discovery Not only did this book make my pulse race, but it also brought tears to my eyes Jameson s exquisitely developed and intrinsically visual descriptions put everything together in a seamless and ench Jameson had me from the first page Her well written and easy to follow storyline takes the world of BDSM and presents it in an understandable and approachable manner Not only my imagination, but also my heart was caught up in this story This is not simply a Dom sub tale, but a journey of discovery Not only did this book make my pulse race, but it also brought tears to my eyes Jameson s exquisitely developed and intrinsically visual descriptions put everything together in a seamless and enchanting manner Jameson s take on character development allows you to get to know her cast gradually while they get to know one another I became so attached and connected to the main character that I felt like I was fighting an internal battle alongside her The supporting cast filled out the story quite well They were fun and unique I appreciated how each character was an individual and how they came together.Overall, this is one of those stories that has you thinking just onechapter then leaves you going to work the next morning tired with a book hangover Please note that I received this novel free of charge from the author in exchange for an honest review But being restrained that had been a major turn on More than that, the manner in which Elijah had taken her in his arms after she d had her momentary panic attack had filled something deep inside her The way he d wrapped her in a blanket, held her close, fed her it had been strange and some kind of wonderful to be taken care of.That was what she wanted,than anything she d seen in the BDSM club She wanted a strong man, a man who would take care of her without questioning her endlessly ab But being restrained that had been a major turn on More than that, the manner in which Elijah had taken her in his arms after she d had her momentary panic attack had filled something deep inside her The way he d wrapped her in a blanket, held her close, fed her it had been strange and some kind of wonderful to be taken care of.That was what she wanted,than anything she d seen in the BDSM club She wanted a strong man, a man who would take care of her without questioning her endlessly about it A man who wasn t put off by the fact that she could be argumentative and stubborn.Elijah was that man She was absolutely sure of it.Considering how much I adored the first book in the In Vino Veritas series, Blush, which I reviewed back in May, I thought I would love Breathe, but I was actually very disappointed With backdrops of breezy Jos del Cabo and colorful Las Vegas, Breathe is business tycoon Elijah Masterson s story the story of how he finds the girl who steals his heart, and how he responds to her touch even though she isn t fully available for his taking.Samantha, our heroine, is running away from a deep, terrible past that still haunts her in the flesh today I don t know what it is in recent trends that has glamorized childhood trauma, but as you can imagine, this escaping the past trope was predictable, superficial, and left a bad taste in my mouth not because it was too horrible for words, but because it was so recklessly developed Samantha has always had to be the responsible one, the one who had to pick up the scattered pieces of her broken family, but when she meets Elijah, a relationship as fiery as her personality ignites, and for once, she gets the chance to give up control.There are two problems here that I can name already first, the degree of heat of the relationship, and second, Samantha s sassy attitude both the result of poor characterization Whatever chemistry there is supposed to be between Elijah and Samantha is unconvincing I felt nothing for them, and didn t care enough to root for their romance either While theexplicit sex scenes are taboo and decently written, the character interaction, the entire presumption of their so called relationship, is stinted and utterly painful and not in the good way.Samantha is portrayed as your typical contrary, smart mouthed redhead who s so uptight that she can t ever be fully submissive The heart of the book s tragedy lies here while Samantha wants to surrender to Elijah s kinky ways, she is too much of a strong, independent woman who don t need no man to do so and while Elijah is intrigued by this adorable, passionate character, he is a true Dom and cannot be with a sort of, kind of sub She s the kind of girl that could make him get way over his head fall in love too quickly and get hurt again The dilemma of the impossible power play, as well as the secret he wants to coax out of her without damaging her, is really well elaborated, but that s about all I can praise.The characters themselves are hard to sympathize with entirely two dimensional and routine Samantha huffs her breath out and puts her fists on her hips too much, while Elijah does creepy, unrealistic things like call her kitten and lust after his best friend s fianc e Jameson tried too hard to make each character ideal Samantha the brazen, bold heroine, and Elijah the smooth, rich Dom but she ended up making them unrealistic and rather ridiculous in the process.I thought I d at least enjoy the BDSM aspect, but nope, didn t happen Samantha s immersion into the world of kink is uncannily Fifty Shades esque we ve got a pathetically na ve innocent girl with only not so witty inner monologues to her name, and we ve got a billionaire slash handsome devil who s an expert on whips and chains and gags On top of this, we have an author trying way too hard to be inventive, to be sexy it was entirely unsexy A few nights together and a trip to Elijah s infamous sex club later, and they re already developing separation anxiety They call it incredible passion They call it love.Sorry, but this one just wasn t for me.ProsBrief cameos of characters from Blush Intense love scenes D s relationship well explored Quickly paced I kept reading, didn t I ConsPhysical BDSM is poorly incorporated Laughable characters Laughable romance love whatever Stereotypical rich sex god falls in love with unextraordinary girl plot Emotionally artless Jameson tries too hard to be sentimental, but I got nothing out of itVerdictBreathe s pages turned easily and were paced well, but the story itself is insipid, unoriginal, and at times, just too over the top A clear Fifty Shades of Grey wannabe the two books having nearly identical plots and equally ridiculous characters the second installment of the In Vino Veritas series disappointed me sorely Frustratingly, I really wanted to enjoy this novel about giving up and handing over control, but I must have gotten my hopes up too high even if you re a fan of Blush or Jameson s alter ego, Lauren Hawkeye s other works, I can t recommend this one.Rating 5 out of 10 hearts 3 stars Doesn t particularly light any of my fires I feel indifferent about this book.SourceComplimentary copy provided by publisher in exchange for an honest and unbiased review thank you, Signet Eclipse

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