Leta Da Costa has been Nando Durante’s submissive for three years, and she would do anything for him. The pair are best friends with Graham Raleigh, who lost his wife and infant son in a house fire two years ago. When Nando asks Leta for a one time fantasy where he and Graham top her in play and have sex with her, she agrees. But for Graham, one time isn’t enough.
As Nando works to overcome his jealousy and realizes he’d rather share Leta than lose her, Leta has past issues of her own to conquer. The three commit to their new ménage relationship as Leta falls in love with Graham as well.
When a series of fires at a nearby construction site send all three to the area to help, Nando becomes trapped in a building. Can Leta help Graham face his worst nightmare to save Nando’s life?
Oh the “Doms of Sybaris Cove” series keeps getting better and better!! The latest installment, “To Sir With Love” is a wonderful addition to an already exciting group of stories.
Here’s just a small rundown for you (because I hate giving spoilers). Leta and Nando have in a D/s relationship for three years. They’re very happy, but Nando confesses a longtime fantasy of his. It just happens to involve bringing his best friend, Graham, into their bedroom for one night of play where they’d both top, and eventually make love to, Leta. When Leta agrees, “To Sir With Love” takes off like a shot.
Here, Tara Rose continues to give us what we love about her books…a triad with incredible chemistry, and sex scenes that are hot as hell. ALSO, she includes action, mystery, and just enough angst to make your heart a little tight, but not make you too depressed to turn the page. I’m thrilled with “The Doms of Sybaris Cove” because the mystery of the island and the families that inhabit it keeps getting deeper. Tara’s giving us small clues here and there within each new book. and the puzzle continues to grow. I absolutely cannot wait to find out what will happen!!
Now, I know I’ve already mentioned Nando, Leta, and Graham’s chemistry, and that the sex is hot, but I feel that I have to expand on that a bit more. This story starts with an already established couple. Most of Tara’s stories are about three people who may or may not know each other, but they get together at pretty much the same time. I loved the idea of Nando and Leta bringing another man into their relationship. There are so many different emotions in play with a situation like this, and all of them are covered here. I can imagine that this is what it would be like if this was to happen in “real life”.
As with all of Tara’s books, this is a BDSM story. That means that there is spanking, flogging, blindfolding, wax play, and a very sexy knife play scene. It’s intense, but…WOW! It’s just spectacular!
I suppoe you could read “To Sir With Love” as a stand alone, but I wouldn’t recommend it. If you start at the beginning with “Behind Blue Eyes”, you’ll be more aware of the backstory and all of the characters because some do crossover from one book to the other. I loved this book, and I love this series. It’s unique, and that’s the best part. You will not be disappointed!
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