Guilty pleasure alert! This doesn’t have politically incorrect in the title for no reason. If you are offended by alpha males who manage their women, don’t read it. If you do feel that way and feel compelled to slam the book, don’t. This book is written for a specific audience, and if you aren’t part of it, avoid it.
This quick read touches on a lot of modern women’s’ darkest fantasies, and that’s what makes it so good. Women are told that to feel the things that Shannon does is wrong. That Hani is a monster for acting the way he does. But please note there is no violence in the form of spouse abuse. This is about dominance and submission, taking and giving, and finding an even ground where both parties find what they need and crave. I for one loved this quick read, and will be sure to read it again.
Shannon Smith thinks her marriage to the intense, brooding Hani bin Nasser is one of convenience, but her mysterious Saudi husband has other plans.