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    Well written with a good plot.

    This is well written and a good plot. If you enjoy this type of book I would recommend it.
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    This is not just sex.

    Okay first of all, wow. I have not read the other books in this series and whilst I’m sure it would have been nice to have some background info on some of the characters, it was not necessary. Their Discovery was easy to read as a stand alone (though I feel obliged to go back and read the others because WOW) This is not just sex. I cannot stress that enough. There are some genuine moments of hurt and raw emotion alongside the steam that will literally leave you speechless. I completely and utterly adored Brady, the way his character was written. His inner monologue, his thoughts and feelings on all of the changes he was experiencing touched my heart because he just seemed like such a genuine, heartfelt character and I truly understood his thoughts and feelings because they were described and played out so well. A good husband, fantastic father but just a little lost. He was 100% my favourite thing about this book. Sam was an interesting character to follow and seeing her struggle with her identity as a woman with many roles (mom, wife, friend, mistress) was easily relatable and believable. I could probably bang on for a long time about how much this book affected me, to the point I was feeling genuinely anxious and worried for the characters and their relationships, that is how well this book is written. I felt as though I was experiencing the same emotions as the characters throughout, as though I was on this journey with them - I was completely sucked in. The sex, whilst incredibly hot (this is the first bdsm storyline I’ve read with a female Dom, which was incredibly interesting!), is not the key component in the story. This is a journey of self discovery for both lead characters, Brady and Sam. Both sexually and emotionally. Learning to find the balance between their roles, husband and wife, mom and dad, pet and mistress. I really thoroughly enjoyed this and think that Rebecca Grace Allen is a fantastic writer! I will definitely be looking for more of her work to read.
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    Enjoyable 'marriage in trouble' themed romance!

    Their Discovery by Rebecca Grace Allen is the third story in her steamy BDSM themed Legally Bound series. In this romance, it's a married couple who've lost that loving spark that figure out a way to spice things up and reconnect. Brady and Sam were college sweethearts and marriage seemed a natural fit but several years later and two children in, one with ADHD issues that requires special attention and they've found themselves in a sexless rut where frustration and impatience are more common than loving attention. Sam remembers what it was like when Brady used to be so attentive to her, and some chance play acting brings it all back - her dominant side, and his submissive side. Is the key to reinvigorating their sex life, and their marriage finding a way to bring those sides of their personalities back into the bedroom? I enjoyed this story of self discovery and reconnecting. Like every marriage there are ups and downs and it's easy to lose the couplehood when children are present and take all your attention. And Brady, who was a fun loving and goofy young man has his own ADHD issues which he didn't realize were the source of his memory problems until his own daughter has symptoms that educate him. He's always wanted to please Sam, and got turned on by her scolding and discipline, but didn't communicate that to her, feeling it would make him look weak and 'unmanly'. A lot of this story was to do with Brady understanding his needs, Sam discovering her own, and the two of them being honest with themselves first, in order to be honest with each other - and trusting that the other person would not use that knowledge against them. There are several steamy scenes involving sex toys and at one point, a third person for a night that helps them shed light on where their boundaries are. The combination of family issues and marital ones felt realistic. One thing I had issues with was that both characters are concerned about their weight and link that to their attractiveness, which is a form of fat shaming. I'm all for characters being healthy and exercising as part of a story and part of their lifestyle but if they are doing it because they are worried about gaining weight or how they will be perceived by society it perpetuates a narrative that being overweight is unattractive. Beyond that, it was good to see Brady and Sam fix things and find what works for them, and make choices for their marriage to make everyone happy. 3.5 stars
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