San Francisco Longing (San Francisco Trilogy, Part 1) by Lila Dubois
She never meant to lie to him, let alone submit to him.
When Christiana discovered the secret BDSM club she threw caution to the wind and snuck in, hoping only to watch the things she’d been fantasizing about.
Dominant and charming, he’s everything she never knew she needed.
And he wants her.
Three amazing nights together, but then the party’s over. He thinks he’ll see her again. Christiana knows this is the end.
But how can she say goodbye to the man who claimed her, body and soul?
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I’m not usually a fan of serials, really don’t like cliff hangers. But since I absolutely adore this author’s writing, I decided to give it a go. Plus, the blurb sounded too good to pass up! As I started reading, I became so engrossed in the spectacular descriptions, that I read the book in one sitting! The writing was so vivid, I could actually picture the club, hidden away in a derelict building. My heart was pounding with anticipation, and a little bit of trepidation. And that first kiss! I just can’t get over how amazing that was!
Christiana is just your average, girl next door, living her ordinary life in San Francisco. Until she stumbles upon something she was never meant to find, and her insatiable curiosity leads her into a weekend so far outside of her realm of experience that she is sure discovery is inevitable.
James is bored. No other way to describe it. He has a life that is the envy of everyone, anything he wants at his fingertips, but he is bored. Nothing captures his attention, nothing fulfills him anymore, and he has no idea what to do about it. And then he catches sight of Christiana.
This story is absolutely scorching. The vivid descriptions, unique story line, and the undeniable chemistry between James and Christiana made for a book that I just couldn’t put down. And while I usually do not like cliff hangers, (and this story definitely has one!) I don’t feel like the story ended unfinished, like most cliff hangers do. The story doesn’t feel incomplete, it feels like the author did what she set out to do, introducing us to James and Christiana, and their story. I can’t wait to dive into the next book!