Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Review: The Terms Part 2 by Ruby Rowe

****4 STARS****

This book starts off right where book one ended with Ellis being told he has met Camilla before. This was a slower read for me than book one because a lot happens to the characters and with the plot. In addition to continuing with Camilla and Ellis' story, Sasha and Greyson take a staring role. I really liked Greyson. This is one of those stories where I was much more invested in the make leads than the female leads. While I enjoyed Camilla and Sasha, I was all about Ellis and Greyson.

I don't want to spoil much about in terms of plot because that would take away from the enjoyment as you read, but I will say that even as we begin to uncover the details behind previously hinted at secrets, we get even more questions. We still get lots of steamy scenes and BDSM and I found the ending quite satisfying. I'm hoping Rowe will give us more of Sasha and Greystone's story in the future. 

Reviewed by Rosemary Feil 

I longed to believe my bond with Ellis was impenetrable, but in reality, I held secrets that could blow open the tightly woven seam of our newfound relationship. Would he understand how we were both victims in his brother’s betrayal, or would he take his anger out on the one person still alive–me? Could the words my sister spoke about Liam’s father be true? If so, how would Ellis and I recover from what was lost?

Christopher’s jealousy was intensifying as a future with me became even less attainable. No, I belonged to one man only, and I was going to prove to Ellis that we could overcome the past and share an amazing future. I had two important roles in life: being a mother and a submissive, and I would fight to keep them both.

Once I left rehab, the thought of living alone during my recovery scared me, but being told I had to move in with Ellis’s attractive cousin instead of going back to my apartment was terrifying. My sister, Camilla, ran a tight ship, but she wasn’t nearly as intimidating as Greyson and the terms he laid out for me. 

The reality that I was borrowing space amongst his superior existence didn’t need to be spoken. For that reason, I was blindsided when his gaze began to undress me and his touch became more than a brush of the shoulder. Greyson Burke saw something in me I was struggling to see in myself, and that meant he held the power … it also meant I had to run.

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