Tied and Tempted is a story of twins, Mira and Aubrey. Mira is the quiet one who has a thing for her work associate Nash. Nash accidently on purpose left a BDSM Halloween party announcement website on his computer when he knew Mira was coming to use it. It worked because Mira jotted down the info and Aubrey arranged to get the tickets - they were dressed and ready to go with Nash hoping they would come. Aubrey soon is left on her own, (not for long), and Nash is happy to take care of Mira, his "Little Mouse". Mira enjoys the love play Nash has set up for her, but it's all over pretty quickly. He gets dressed and they return to the party still holding hands - boom, the story's pretty much done.
I think the twin concept had more potential to enhance the story line than was actually in play. The words fell short somehow, I had to reread a lot to see if I had missed something- and yes I missed - the part when a story grabs my full attention. The male characters we good except Nash kept calling Mira Little Mouse after she told him not to, which kept grinding at my senses, but he otherwise seemed to take her under wing and protect her. The females Mira and Aubrey were kind of flighty but they were new to the game. The few other females and males were mostly part of the club scene - indiscreet.
I was expecting more from this book since I read quite a lot of BDSM. This story just needed a little more storyline.
Nash Jameson wasn't at all sure Mira Collins would show up and if she did, would it lead anywhere? Dominant by nature, he'd been attracted to Mira's submissiveness since the day they'd met. Would she follow him down a road of desire that could very possibly lead her into a lifestyle most only fantasize about?
Going to a costume party at a local BDSM club in order to seduce the man of her dreams might not be the norm but it was exactly what she had planned. Being tied and spanked however, was not in her plans and yet felt like icing on the cake of a night overwhelmed by new sexual experiences and an awareness of herself unlike any Mira had ever known.