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eBook Review: Come Monday by Mari Carr

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Come Monday is the first book in Mari Carr’s Wild Irish series. It tells the story of the oldest child in the Collins family, Keira, who took the place of her mother when she passed away, helping her father and bringing up her siblings. As a result she put her own life and dreams on hold. Now, at twenty seven, she’s finally pursuing a college degree. The trouble is, she’s not doing too well, and she has the hots for her professor. She fantasises about him bending her over his desk and doing bad things to her. She can’t quite figure out her desires, and she knows that nothing can happen between them, so she tries to shove her feelings to one side.

Professor Will Wallace has other ideas, however. As soon as Keira is no longer his student, he’s keen to initiate her into his kinky lifestyle and show her what she’s been missing. Keira is a strong-willed woman who’s reluctant to give up her control. Can they find a compromise?

Come Monday is a very hot BDSM erotic romance. I was intrigued by the storyline from the very beginning and whizzed through the story in one sitting. There are great characters, an interesting storyline, and smoking hot sex – a must read if you enjoy BDSM erotic romance. I look forward to more in the series.

Available from:
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