Review: Linger (In Vino Veritas #3) by Lauren Jameson

Posted December 4, 2016 in reviews / 0 Comments

Review:  Linger (In Vino Veritas #3) by Lauren JamesonLinger (In Vino Veritas, #3) by Lauren Jameson
Published by Signet on September 2, 2014
Genres: BDSM, Contemporary, Dating & Sex, Erotic, Romance, Social Issues
Pages: 304
Format: eBook, Paperback

ISBN: 045147080X
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This book is unsuitable for people under 18 years of age.

From the author of Breathe and Blush comes a blisteringly hot new novel about baring it all.…
On her last night in Nevada before embarking on a yearlong veterinary internship, Scarlett Malone is celebrating—and looking for one night of incredible pleasure. But the man who draws her eye is not her usual type: He’s a cowboy whose alpha-male tendencies tempt her beyond belief. Scarlett can’t understand why she wants this man and no one else, but she’s determined to entice him to submit.…

Dr. Logan Brody lives an isolated life in rural Montana, running a ranch and suppressing his submissive tendencies. Only on his occasional trips does he give into his hidden urges. He can’t deny his scorching attraction to Scarlett or that she makes him want more, but he never lets anyone break him down fully. He’s hers for one night and one night only.

But when Scarlett shows up at Logan’s door as his intern for the year, he realizes that the walls around his heart are about to crumble—and that this sexy dominant woman has no intention of letting him keep control.…

Linger by Lauren Jameson was so good. I needed time to just bask in how much I loved the book and wanted to read it again.

Scarlett and Logan are so great together. They filled each other’s needs perfectly and we’re practically made for the other.

Scarlett is a dominant, not seasoned, but she knows what she wants and handles herself well. Logan, is an experienced submissive, who goes to In Vino Veritas to give up control every once in a while. It’s the last night in the city for both of them when they meet in the club. Right off the bat, once Scarlett sees Logan, and with encouragement from her friend Luca, decides she wants to be with him for the evening.

However, Logan doesn’t take it easy on her. He’s purposely obstinate and though he pushes back instead of being flat out submissive to her, Scar doesn’t loose her cool.  Then all the fun begins between these intriguing characters.

They challenge each other and push the other. I love how Scarlett is able to help Logan and have him open up more throughout the novel. Once they are in Montana, and find themselves working together on Logan’s farm, the story moves along and we get to see the characters grow in their relationship. This novel is definitely character driven. The sex/play scenes between Scarlett and Logan are hot, but what was really great was seeing the emotion especially when Logan opens up about his time as a soldier especially at the end.

Overall, Linger was a great book that I am absolutely putting on my must read again list. It’s a book not to be missed.

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