Safe in His Arms by Renee Rose

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I’m spending a little time catching up on reviews for books I read quite a while ago. I hope you all enjoy being reminded of these books that may be a little older and if you haven’t read them, try picking one up. I think you will enjoy them.

The blurb for this book goes something like this:

 

Everything she knew about Zac was a lie.

The sexy Marine Becca had fulfilled her every fantasy of being tied up, spanked and dominated… for a weekend. The fling came to an end, Zac went off to war and died for his country, and Becca learned she carried a child who would be born without a father. Seven years later, Becca’s done her best to forget about Zac…until she finds him alive in her kitchen, locked in mortal combat with her son’s nanny.
Like all Black Ops agents, Zac doesn’t exist in any government record. His life is a series of deadly missions, and relationships of any kind are unsanctioned. But he keeps one secret. He watches over Becca, the beautiful daughter of a rogue agent, and Parker, the six-year-old boy he fathered that fateful weekend. When he spots a known assassin in their apartment posing as a nanny, he’s forced to reveal himself and take them to safety… whether Becca likes it or not.

While Becca may have enjoyed his dominance once, bending her to his will again may not be quite so easy. He is determined to keep her safe, however, and if a spanking is required, he is more than willing to oblige. Having Becca over his knee rekindles more than his passion, though; even when the immediate danger has passed, he finds it much more difficult to “ghost out” on his family again. Must he resign himself to protecting those he loves from afar, or can he find a way to be the man Becca needs and longs for, the man who is worthy of her submission and her love?

Publisher’s Note: Safe in His Arms is an erotic romance novel that includes both spankings and sexual scenes. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.

Safe in His Arms by [Rose, Renee]
And now for a few notes I jotted down:

While this book was a little more than I usually read in the adult discipline department, the plot or storyline was very good and the characters were well developed and engaging and I’m glad I took the time to read it. I do concede that Becca’s character is certainly not the strongest female lead that I’ve read she still caught my attention and Zac, a Black Ops, loyal and strong hero, what more could you ask for?

 

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