Yellow Ribbons

Caitlyn Willows' Yellow Ribbons is a military whodunit that features Lani Hollister and Greg Landess. Not only are they trying to solve several murder cases involving military personnel, they are also trying to keep their private life....well, private. Lani, a captain in the Marines, enjoys relinquishing control to a Dom and gunnery Sargent Greg is such a Dom. When he sees her displayed at a party, he claims his captain for his own. Outside pressures force them to evaluate their ability to keep their relationship private, and force them to decide what means more to them: their careers in the military or each other. I think that Willows was true to form when she describes the feelings both Lani and Greg experience as they try to keep their relationship on the downlow. Both worry about someone else attempting to "poach" on their mate and they both worry about the ramifications of their relationship as the military has forbidden any fraternization between the two.

I enjoyed the angst both Lani and Greg expressed throughout the book. Overall, a very good read.

Book Blurb for Yellow Ribbons

He saw her across the room, a beautiful offering strung between the pillars awaiting a master to bring her the rush of bliss. That's when Greg Landess knew no one was going to have his captain but him.

Lani Hollister didn't have a clue what release was like until that night Greg claimed her. Calling it magic didn't come close. He'd captured more than her body that night, he cradled her heart in his big, wonderful hands.

Their relationship was a secret they kept from the world. Their love a secret they kept from each other. Fraternization between officer and enlisted, between supervisor and subordinate, are strictly forbidden. Neither expected a call to a murder scene would jeopardize their affair and make them the enforcers of the very rules they'd broken.

Loose Id Congratulates Caitlyn Willows on her 100th Story!!

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: some BDSM elements, including bondage and spanking.

Previous Book: Maneater

Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2011 4.00