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The Unorthodox Trilogy Box Set: Three Full-Length Novels (A Love Story of Domination and Submission) Kindle Edition
Smart. Mature. Sophisticated. Out of his league. She was the forbidden fruit and his heart’s desire.
Young. Plucky. Ambitious. Sweet on the outside, dominant on the inside. He was all she never knew she needed.
After seven years of pent-up longing Thomas Jett challenges his boss Lina Riley and her one crippling weakness. All bets are off when she surrenders to his discipline in the hope he’d set her free from her addiction. He introduces her to the deviant world of delicious torture and intense pleasure. Every time she kneels at his feet their connection grows stronger.
That intense bond pushes them past their limits and threatens to destroy their sanity.
Can Thomas get over his inner demons and be the man and Dom Lina craves?
Will Lina learn to trust him and her own desires?
Find out what will come of their unorthodox romance in this deluxe box set.
WARNING! This book is intended for mature audiences. This is a full-length novel featuring steamy scenes, an alpha submissive female and her younger Dominant. It’s a slow-burn love story between two flawed people who grow together, a sensual journey to their darkest desires. It’s an emotional roller coaster, intense and insane, with many twists and turns. The box set features the complete three novels of the series, with a guaranteed HEA. All the characters are over 18 years old. Please, read the Warning at the front part of the book before you decide to purchase it.
THE UNORTHODOX TRILOGY
0.5 - Unorthodox Dom (prequel)
1 - Unorthodox Therapy
2 - Unorthodox Chemistry
3 - Unorthodox Union
4 - The Unorthodox Trilogy Boxed Set
- ASIN : B07L33VLVW
- Language : English
- File size : 3040 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
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- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 1189 pages
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This trilogy is made up of 3 books that follows a couple, Lina and Thomas, through several years of their relationship.
I’ll divide my review up into the 3 separate books:
The book starts with an incredibly strong business woman, Lina, who has made her IT startup one of the top upcoming companies in California. However, she cannot kick her smoking habit. Her former PA, who now works on the development side of her IT company, Thomas, has had a crush on her since they met and sees her sneaking a cigarette. In an attempt to help her kick her smoking habit Thomas offers to become her Dom and have her submit her will to him in all things.
OK, it’s a stupid plot, but it’s fiction so we’ll just go with it. He secretly loves her, she falls in love with him, but they have to hide their relationship because she’s the boss and it’s not appropriate for her to have a relationship with him in the office. So their relationship is secret & their BDSM life is just awkward to me. My biggest issue through the whole series is that Thomas isn’t a convincing Dom. He’s still new at it, she’s 11 years older than him, and he has so many self doubts running constantly through his mind that I want to cane or flog him. He’s just not a convincing Dom.
At one point Thomas loses control during a scene and brutally abuses Lina. She has to safe word out a because he turned into a “monster” sodomizing her with an unlubricated cane (after he finishes caning her). This is not BDSM, this is abuse and not good reading. Authors need to learn the difference in BDSM and abuse. After that, Lina goes back to him! More drama ensues, she’s kidnapped, he saves her, takes care of her while she goes through PTSD from the kidnapping, but ultimately Thomas lets her go so she can truly heal.
In other words, Cliffhanger! This story wasn’t bad, probably 2 stars. I wanted to read the next one just to see what happened to this broken couple.
The second installment opens up with Lina still trying to recover from her kidnapping and Thomas trying to adjust to life without Lina. Lina starts dating a very vanilla guy, Nate, and tries to move on but she’s still in love with Thomas. Thomas’ best friend, Allie, is tired of seeing him miserable so she develops a plan to get Thomas & Lina back together.
The plan works, Thomas & Lina are back together. (I won’t spoil what happens with Nate.) They resume their BDSM relationship and …it’s still more like abuse than BDSM to me. When a Dom does a scene with his submissive and takes away her safe word and hard limits (she had blood as a hard limit), that’s not BDSM that’s abuse, control, and scary. During their reunion Thomas slaps Lina across the face and makes her lip bleed – that’s not sexy. He bites her shoulder and makes her bleed - that’s not sexy. She runs screaming outside to get away from him and he catches her telling her that by running away she earned herself a spanking of 10 strikes. WHAT?!?!?!? Again, this is not Dom behavior, this is a mentally disturbed man abusing the woman he is supposed to love.
This second installment ends when a person from their past comes back in the picture to potentially put an end to their future....so again a Cliffhanger.
It took me a long time to finish the 3rd installment of the series because it lacked a plot for 1/2 the book. It was just a whole lot of punishing BDSM.
The book starts with Lina & Thomas happy as a couple. (That's code for no plot, lots of BDSM scenes.) Allie, Thomas & Nate form a partnership with Lina's software company.
Allie is not a likable character. She is much more of a believable Dom than Thomas is. By that token you just see her as manipulative & cruel. It's hard to want anything good for her because you know she's just gonna be cruel with it.
About 1/2 way through this book something (besides BDSM) finally happens. There's a twist you don't see coming so I won't spoil it. The book drags a lot, very slow at times. Ultimately we do get our HEA, but it took 3 painful books to do it.
I do not recommend this series of books, won't read anything else by this author.