Release Day: Dimitri's Forbidden Submissive by Ann Mayburn


Club Wicked #4

As the daughter of an outlaw biker, Rya DeLuca is used to living a wild life, but nothing could prepare her for the danger of falling in love with Dimitri Novikov. To Rya he's a warm, loving, sexy as hell Dom who gives her exactly the kind of bondage and discipline she craves in the bedroom, but to the rest of the world Dimitri is a feared man, a cold blooded, heartless killer who is at the top of the Russian Mafia food chain.

While her hard and Dominant Master is her perfect match in every way that matters, their love can never last longer than a few days at most. Every moment Rya spends with Dimitri puts her life in jeopardy from rival gangs and Dimitri’s own family.

Dimitri will have to decide if he loves Rya enough to walk away from her in order to save her life, or if their love is worth starting a war that could change the world of the Russian mafia forever.
I just love reading about these hot and dominant Russian man. They are so powerful and hot that it makes the story so much more interesting and emotional. We get to read about Dimitri story, which is so interesting with the mafia family and drama. Dimitri is second command to his father mafia that it makes it dangerous to get involve, however, it does not stop him from getting involve with Rya. Rya is fiesty and hot submissive that she is instantly attracted to Dimitri. However, when she does who his is, there will be alot of complications for this relationship. But no matter what complications it is, they still belong to each other that nothing can tear them. Dimitri and Rya love each other so much that their kinky sex is so hot that it will make your panties wet. Ann Mayburn definitely knows how to write some hot and sexy romance story. Great story! 
Giveaway Info:
 Ann is offering a signed print copy of "Ivan's Captive Submissive to one random commenter. 
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  1. This book looks fantastic, thanks for the giveaway


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