Fiercely protective of
her heart, India Burke let down her defenses when Cris Ardmore went from
another notch on her D/s playdate belt to everything she could never
admit she wanted.
But being disowned by your family and betrayed
by your lover aren’t easy to get over, and India’s old fears of
intimacy creep in against a backdrop of professional drama that forces
her return to a place that never really felt like home.
she proved her loyalty when it mattered most, love is about more than
grand gestures and Cris wants all of her—which may be more than India is
able to give. Can Cris and India navigate to a shared future or will
they forever be off course?
** Please Note: Intimate Geography
is Book 2 of The Compass Series and CANNOT be read as a stand-alone.
Personal Geography, the beginning of Cris and India’s story, released on
December 1st 2014.**
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What I thought about Intimate Geography
In this follow-up to Physical Geography, India must come to terms with her feelings for Cris. and even though her heart knows what it wants, her head keeps her from totally submitting to having a real relationship.Cris is struggling too with how they'll work out their relationship with the long distance between them and India getting more focused on her job.
There's quite a bit more about India's career in this second book, and I loved that India was a focused career-minded woman. I don't often see female characters that are this driven, and that made her so very appealing to me.
Without giving away any spoilers, this installment was as much of a page-turner as the first book was for me, and I was really invested in knowing whether these two would make it or not. There's some twists and turns to be had to their relationship yet, and I really enjoyed how it all played out in this book.
I recommend this series to readers of erotic romance with a D/s theme.
ARC provided for review.
About the Author
Tamsen Parker is a stay-at-home mom by day, erotic romance writer by
naptime. She lives with her family outside of Boston, where she tweets
too much, sleeps too little and is always in the middle of a book. Aside
from good food, sweet rieslings and gin cocktails, she has a fondness
for monograms and subway maps. She should really start drinking coffee.