Review: Unjustified Demands (Filthy Florida Alphas #2) by Baylee Rose

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Review: Unjustified Demands (Filthy Florida Alphas #2) by Baylee Rose DNF
Unjustified Demands by Baylee Rose, Jordan Marie
Series: Filthy Florida Alphas #2
Published by Self-Published on April 5, 2016
Genres: Contemporary, Erotic, Romance
Pages: 224
Format: eBook
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I've claimed her. She's mine and I'm not letting her go.


I own this town.
People don’t tell me no.
If they try, they regret it.
I live my life to please no one, but myself.
One look at Ana and I wanted to play with her.
To test her. To find her secrets. To make her my toy.
Until I grow bored.
But Ana surprises me.
One taste and I keep wanting more.
She submits to my demands.
But with each encounter I find I want more.
Now, I want her to submit more than just her body.
I want her heart.

And I always get what I want.

Complete Stand Alone Full Length Book Warning: Instant Lust ahead. Love comes eventually. Happy Ever After inside, because every woman should have one.


So. Unjustified Demands was written by Baylee Rose, the penname for Jordan Marie. Unjustified Demands is also a free book hiding in the end of The Perfect Stroke. I really enjoyed The Perfect Stroke so I decided to dive right into Unjustified Demands when I saw it.

Unjustified Demands has a deception based plotline with the addition of D/s (domination and submission). D/s – in my opinion – requires a certain amount of trust so when the hero – who is a crime boss of some sort – demands submission from the heroine simply because he wanted it…I got uncomfortable. Especially since the storyline states that the hero actually has physical custody of the heroine’s missing brother and intends to kill him.

Then at 25% I learned that even more deception was taking place and that’s where I had to stop. I wasn’t truly enjoying myself and all the deception made it worse.


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