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Monday, September 14, 2015

Review: Fleur de Nuit by Cat Montmorency

Fleur de Nuit Synopsis:
The difference between wanting and taking is the barest catch of breath…

Decadent food, smoky music, dark delights—who could live in the French Quarter and not be tempted to partake? Moira D’Arcangelis, that’s who.

Ever since her college boyfriend tried to add her to his list of murder victims, she’s lived a quiet life, which is code for no life at all. When her best friend Kara convinces—okay, drags—her to meet Adrian LaCroix, master of the local underground kink scene, his commanding presence and sexy Cajun accent bring her latent desires back to life.

His offer to train her as a Domme is the key to regaining control of her life. Yet becoming Adrian’s protégé comes with complications. As he opens her body, mind, and soul, she begins to see Kara in a new light—right about the time a legendary Domme returns, intent on stealing Kara away.

Moira has a fight on her hands. For Kara, and against a past that comes roaring back with a vengeance. She’ll need every trick Adrian can teach her to win the right to both life—and love.

I love anything that is set in New Orleans, that's one of my favorite cities. Ever. Needless, to say I was intrigued with this book. Usually, I don't care that much for female Domme's. I'm team Alpha-male. but I actually did like this book. You couldn't help but to feel sorry for Moira and everything that she's been through and survived. The characters were excellent. I'm really hoping Adrian gets his own book next. Taking back your control and fighting for love was  the message that came from this book. Its a definite read for everyone in my opinion. 
Cat Montmorency  Bio:
Cat Montmorency grew up reading every book she could get her hands on, and pining after the ones she couldn’t. She’s been everything from lifeguard to riding instructor to high school math teacher, but discovered that being a ninja gamer-girl and out-of-the-closet die-hard romantic who writes things was much more fun. If pressed, she’ll describe herself as a Southern Belle with a geek complex and a fetish for well-crafted words.
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