His Desire, Her Surrender by Malia Mallory is the second in the series Dominating BDSM Billionaires. The story picks up where His Need, Her Desire leaves off in the adventures of Tabitha Quinn and Marcus Granger. With their relationship starting in Hawaii when Tabitha went on vacation, it's now time to see what happens when the two return to the 'real world' of work, home and everyday life.
When I read part of one of this two part series, I liked it well enough and was drawn into the story. Then I picked up His Desire, Her Surrender and the story blossomed in my mind from there. In this second instalment a lot of imagery was added. Also the characters were developed more along with what drove them. It was amazing.
Tabitha is a strong and determined female who knows exactly what she wants and Marcus is a male who, even though he is a Dominant, is caring and loving. The author does a great job of constructing their relationship, their trust and their communication. It was something. I can see this happening in a successful relationship between two people, regardless of what elements they do or do not bring into their lives.
For the enjoyment factor, these two stories are a must read for anyone. I highly recommend this to my friends for a quick read and for their enjoyment. It's a must keep on my shelves and one that I will go back and read again and again.
Tabitha Quinn's Hawaii vacation was anything but ordinary. Dominant billionaire Marcus Granger saved her life, swept her into his bed, and then left her heartbroken. Now she's back in New York, mourning the man she's sure she'll never see again.
Marcus may have left handprints on her skin, but Tabitha's left handprints on his heart: he tracks her down, and they resume the sizzling affair they began in the islands.
Tabitha belongs to Marcus body and soul in bed, but she worries she doesn't belong in his high-stakes world. They've already dodged a murder attempt, and now Marcus is fighting off a competitor's takeover. When the rival company obtains critical information, suspicion falls on Tabitha. She has to prove she's innocent--and worthy to wear Marcus's collar.