Thursday, August 8, 2019

#BookReview – “Come Monday” by Mari Carr


Monday’s child is fair of face…

After the death of her mother, Keira Collins became a surrogate parent to her six younger brothers and sisters, her own dreams put on hold. Now, at twenty-seven, she’s finally pursuing a college degree. Between classes, working at the family pub and still tending to siblings, she’s no time for romance. So why is she spending all her rare free time fantasizing about hot Professor Wallace bending her over his desk? 

Will Wallace recognizes Keira’s unfulfilled desires, her habit of hiding her beauty, her obsessive need to command every aspect of her life. But Will has needs of his own—and they run far darker than Keira’s. As he initiates her into his lifestyle, offering sweet punishments and sweeter rewards, Will’s sexual authority slowly strips away some of her precious control. The one thing Keira’s not ready to relinquish… 


In the first book in the Wild Irish series, Keira Collins has a huge crush on her creative writing college professor. Since the death of her mother years earlier, she’s taken on way too much responsibility and smothers her younger siblings and ailing father. She doesn’t have much of a life other than working at her family’s pub, but spends all her free time daydreaming about her hot teacher.
Will Wallace knows he shouldn’t fantasize about one of his students, but Keira is older and different from all the teenagers and young twenty-somethings in his class. Once the school year is over, he’s finally free to make his move, but he’s different too. She’s an innocent, a vanilla-type of girl, and he’s a Dominant with desires he doesn’t know if she’s able to sate.
Keira and Will have great chemistry and are so hot together. She can give up control in the bedroom, but not over her family. Will is patient with her and completely smitten.
Keira’s siblings are great. Her brothers, of course, are overprotective, but they know when to butt out. Her sisters and father are totally supportive of her new relationship with an older man.
I’ve read a lot of BDSM books, and I found it odd that Will and Keira never set a safeword and he never really explained to her the type of relationship she was entering. Still, he never hurt her, but she should’ve been made aware of the facts.
The story is well edited, and I would love to read more books in this series.
4 Stars

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