Tie the Knot by Cynthia Rayne is not part of a series but I could see one easily following the two main characters of this story as they explore sexually. John “Sax” Saxon wants his wife back in his bed and in his life. He knows he pushed her away but has decided that she needs to know what Sax really wants in bed and he has nothing left to lose.
John “Sax” Saxon has a very English attitude about opening up to others around him including his wife. He realizes that he has to tell Maggie what he wants in the bedroom but is worried she would not understand.
Maggie is in the dark as to why Sax won’t communicate with her. When he finally tells her, she is the exact opposite of what Sax expected. Maggie wants her marriage to work with Sax but she needs him to talk to her, listen and compromise with her. All the things he is not doing now.
The chemistry between Maggie and Sax is blazing hot. The sex scenes were intense. This book shows that when you don’t communicate with your partner it affects all aspects of your life with them. The ending came out of nowhere because this short and fast-paced book had no clues that Sax was a switch and not only a Dom. At less than 60 pages, this book did not have the typical feel of a short story. This book was very well written. I hope to read more by Ms. Rayne.
John "Sax" Saxon wants his estranged wife Maggie back in his life and in his bed. As his submissive. During their whirlwind courtship and short-lived stint as a married couple, he'd kept his kinky desires to himself, worried that his sheltered wife wouldn't understand. Now that they've separated and counseling has failed them, he has nothing left to lose. Sax is going to show Maggie just how pleasurable submitting to him can be.
Originally released with Ellora's Cave.