Wednesday, November 20, 2013

The Penance of Black Betty by Kelli Maine

Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars 
Series Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars 

How are the story lines?
The book is an easy quick read
story lines flow nicely

How are the sex scenes?
Hot and steamy with plenty of passion 

Would you read it again? 

Book Blurb: 

Alistair Ingram is finally the man he wants to be, with the woman he wants to be with. No longer ruled by his manager, producer, agent or fans’ desires, he and Bethany “Black Betty” Stavars have settled into his LA mansion and have started a life together. Everything is as it should be…until he gets the call that Bethany has been brutally attacked in their home.

Alistair can barely stand to see Bethany’s bruised and battered body, but that’s not the worst of her injuries. She regains consciousness thinking she’s still married to her ex-husband—the man responsible for putting her in the hospital in the first place—and has no recollection of being with Alistair.

Unable to coax her brain into giving her any memories of the past ten years of her life, Bethany struggles to comprehend how she could’ve ended up on the other side of the country—California instead of Florida—and living with superstar actor, Alistair Ingram. Even worse, how had she become a dominatrix at a Vegas men’s’ club?

Lucky for her, the past few months have been detailed in black and white newsprint in every gossip magazine she can get her hands on.

With their relationship hanging in the balance, there’s only one thing Alistair can do. Jog her memory the best way he knows how. In bed.


Oh Alistair, how I remember you.  All of your pretty boy charm and your pretty boy good looks.  You haven't changed a bit.  

I loved where this book takes you.  You get to see a softer side of Black Betty aka Bethany and it's a refreshing turn to see her be her "normal" self.  It was hard to see them go through the agony of the memory loss but you really got a feel for how much Alistair loves Bethany and how much he wants to be her one and only.  I also enjoyed the fact that even through the memory loss, Bethany could still feel the connection she has with our Pretty Boy.  

I felt like this was a good easy read.  Had plenty of intrigue and plot to support it and I enjoyed seeing the changes in the relationship.  I recommend this one and look forward to seeing what Bethany does to become one person, the person she has always truly been.  

No compensation was received by the reviewer.  
An ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review.  

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