Dimitri (Her Russian Protector #2)

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Threatened from all sides, Benny finds safety in Dimitri's strong arms—and in his bed. Her big, sexy Russian has no intention of ever letting her go—and he'll brave the fires of hell before he lets anyone harm her. More
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About Roxie Rivera

I'm a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. When I’m not chasing after my wild preschooler, I like to write super sexy romances and scorching hot erotica. I live in Texas with a husband who could easily snag a job as an extra on History Channel’s new Viking series and a sweet but rowdy four-year-old.

I also have another dirty-book writing alter ego--Lolita Lopez--who writes deliciously steamy tales for Ellora’s Cave, Forever Yours/Grand Central, Mischief/Harper Collins UK, Siren Publishing and Cleis Press.

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Reviews of Dimitri (Her Russian Protector #2) by Roxie Rivera

Peggy M reviewed on Jan. 11, 2023

2nd read: 2023
1st read : 2014

Review 2023:
The main characters in this second story of the ‘Her Russian protector’ series are Benita (or Benny like everyone calls her) Marquez-Burkhart and Dimitri Stepanov. We met both of them in the previous story ‘Ivan’. Benny’s grandparents founded the bakery when they arrived in Houston, America. So the bakery means a lot to Benny but bad decisions made by her grandmother have left the bakery in financial trouble. Benny is trying very hard to save her business but that isn’t her only worry. Her younger brother Johnny is involved with the dangerous Hermanos street gang. Luckily, Benny can always count on Dimitri. He’s a tenant above the bakery but has become a good friend in those five years that they have known each other. Benny always had a little crush on Dimitri but she never told him, thinking that he would never fall for someone like her but then one night…. they kiss and that’s the start of their relationship. But danger is surrounding them, can Dimitri keep Benny and her brother safe?

I really liked Benny and Dimitri, they were perfect for each other. Dimitri was an alpha guy, very protective of Benny and dominant in the bedroom but he also listened to her and respected her opinions. That was something that I really liked about him. Both Dimitri and Benny were hard workers, intelligent and owned their own businesses. Dimitri had a security company (specialised in training bouncers and bodyguards).

Their relationship seemed to go fast but they had known each other for five years. So in that way, it wasn’t that quick. The sex scenes in this story were ‘kinkier’ than in the previous story but only slightly (Dimitri liked to tie Benny up or spank her, …), it was nothing too heavy. Dimitri was just a bit more dominant in the bedroom and Benny enjoyed it.

It was heart-breaking for Benny to see her younger brother choose for a dangerous lifestyle. No matter what she said, she couldn’t stop it. Luckily for both of them, when things went terribly wrong for Johnny, Dimitri and his Russian friends were there to save him. But by helping him, Dimitri was in danger too. And the street gangs weren’t the only one who were causing trouble for Benny. A real estate developer wanted her bakery and he went very far to get it. Luckily, Dimitri was very good in protecting her.

In this story we not only got to known Benny and Dimitri better but we also learned more about the past of some of the secondary characters. It was wonderful to see so many familiar faces again, Benny and Dimitri had very loyal and supportive friends.
The story was told from both POV’s. It was a bit longer then the first one. Just like the first story, it was well written and I was very happy with the way that all problems were resolved in the end.

(If you want to read more about this couple, you can find some free bonus stories on the writer’s website.)

I’m looking forward to reading the next story in this series.
(reviewed 9 years after purchase)
Peter reviewed on Jan. 4, 2015

Great book, worthy to buy and read :)
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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