Thursday, April 27, 2017

Tiffany's Review ~ Restrained Under His Duty by Stacey Kennedy

Restrained Under His Duty (Dirty Little Secrets, #3)Restrained Under His Duty by Stacey Kennedy
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

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Scandal! Hadley leads a life full of secrets. If her lifestyle ever became public, it would ruin her father's career as a senator. One person can help her and protect her. The only problems is that they have strong feelings for each other, and his first duty is to her father as his chief of security.
Ryder is not only chief of security for the senator, but also secretly owns a BDSM club, and is one of four members of the Dominants Counsel. That part of his life can never become public. With a blackmailer out for dirt, he becomes a target along with Hadley. It's a race against time to find the person responsible before someone gets hurt, or worse. I loved Ryder's strength and concern for Hadley. He had an obligation to her father, but he'd never let anything happen to her. As they work on finding the person behind the threats they become closer. Ryder is possessive, protective, and hot as hell. He'll do anything in his power to take care of the problem, and get what he wants.
Hadley needs saving in more ways than one. She punishes herself for the past, things that were beyond her control. Her nights at the club help her deal with the pain of rejection from Ryder. She'd much prefer it was Ryder helping her but with his duty to her father, she knows it won't happen. When the threats start rolling in and she seeks help from Ryder, they get closer and lines become blurred. I loved when they finally started opening up to each other. The chemistry was off the charts between the two and I was waiting for it to explode.
This was well written and fast paced. There was never a good moment to put it down and take a break, there always seemed to be something happening that you didn't want to wait to read. The stage is set perfectly for Gage's story, and I can't wait to dive into that one! While this can be read as a standalone, I highly recommend reading the whole series...you won't be disappointed that you picked them up!


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