Breaking Him by Sherilee Gray
Published by Entangled Publishing on September 5, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotica
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Folks in town call him a monster—say he’s dangerous. But I know him simply as Elijah Hays, the quiet, gentle giant who works with the horses on my ranch. I can feel him watching me, that steady intense gaze making me crave things I don’t quite understand, burn in a way that frightens me. He’s always kept his distance…until that night.
I remember him coming to my rescue, me following him into the barn, giving him his first taste of a woman, and his inexperienced yet barely reined touch turning me to ash.
Now all I can think about is exposing the dark desire I see deep inside him—having him turn those dark desires on me. That low, gritty voice rasping orders in my ear. Those huge, rough hands holding me down when a storm blows in.
I want his surrender. His control. I want to break him…and have him break me…
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
I can’t believe I’m writing this but… if you decide to read this book anyplace other than at home, be sure to carry spare underwear with you because Holy Mother of God! Breaking Him is fucking hot!!
I can’t even.
There are no words to express the epic hotness level of this story. Abigail has been left in charge of her family ranch after her father’s passing. Her right-hand man Elijah is a quiet, hard-working mountain of a man, and she has always been attracted to him in spite of what is said about him around town. She can clearly see how gentle he is with the animals and how polite and caring he is towards her.
“Elijah Hays was a man of few words, but his actions somehow did his talking for him.”
With a somewhat disturbing past, Elijah has always been shunned by the small town population and he’s more comfortable working with the horses and around the ranch than with people. He is content with watching Abigail from a safe distance and protecting her from afar now that she is on her own. Soon, though, things will start to change, as their chemistry is undeniable. Their feelings for each other begin to grow as they can’t fight their attraction and they’ll explore each other’s darkest desires.
““What did you want to do?”
He spun to me, fire burning from his eyes. “Punish you for making me feel that way,” he snarled. “Bend you over and punish you with my hard cock until my balls are covered in you and you know exactly who your pussy belong to, that I am the only man with the right to touch you, hold you, comfort you. ME. Only me.”
I don’t want to go into more detail as it might ruin some of the finest points of the story, but just let me tell you that “hot damn!” was a recurring thought while reading this.
“I want to fuck you again Abigail. And I want to watch my come slide down your legs every time I do.”
Now, I was a little disappointed that the whole story is from Abigail’s point of view, I would have loved, loved, loved to be in Elijah’s head even for a tiny bit, but alas! You can’t always get what you want… Though I can’t really complain here.
“Sweetheart, I want to hold you down and fuck you so hard the walls shake.”
The one real issue I had was with Abigail’s attitude towards the town’s people. How she reacted to their actions really bugged me and I wanted to slap her upside the head on more than one occasion.
Breaking Him was a super hot, sexy read with a lovely romance and extremely likable characters. Just remember, read this at home… and your bed partner will be more than grateful 😉
Sparkles’ Rating: 4 “off the charts hot” Stars
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