At His Insistence: The Billionaire's Beck and Call, Part 4 (A BDSM Erotic Romance)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When Isabeau reveals to Mr. Drake that she's not ready to be his slave, he refuses to share his bed with her, giving her time to think about what she really wants. Will she let fear get in the way of the best thing that's ever happened to her?

This 5900 word story is the fourth part of the "Billionaire's Beck and Call" series by best selling erotica and romance author, Delilah Fawkes. More

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About Delilah Fawkes

Delilah Fawkes is the best-selling erotic romance author of "The Billionaire's Beck and Call" series, selling more than 150,000 e-books in 2012.

She's known for sizzling romances with red hot alpha males you'll fall in love with and strong women who capture their hearts. If you like your romance gripping, fast-paced, and dripping with sinful love scenes, you've got to check out what Delilah has to offer.

Delilah Fawkes always delights in bringing you the very best in erotic and contemporary romance!

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Review by: Amy Gowan on Nov. 17, 2012 :
I love this series and HATE waiting for the next one. I guess you could say I'm hooked.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: N. S. Charles on July 11, 2012 :
Four chapters in and Delilah Fawkes is still keeping her wonderful diction, style and pace without missing a beat.

At His Insistence starts out in medias res, just like a cliffhanger from an old magazine, drawing you right back in to the story. Personally, the story feels empty for the first few pages, and it should. Isabeau and Drake have such a dynamic between them that her worry and his absence really do feel odd.

Luckily enough, his antics are always one step ahead, so when Isabeau decides that she's indeed willing to push her limits the build starts. Chase is great at manipulating her just right and the author is great at channeling that. There is a psychology here that trickles down through Isabeau that's highly erotic.

It makes the reader squirm in anticipation, and there is something to be said about creating longing in a reader through prose and how much skill it takes to pull that off.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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