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    Beast is back!!

    God I missed you, Beast! So I'm an unapologetic Gem Larkspur fan girl. Fantasy Forfeit was my favorite new-author read of 2014, so to say that my expectations for the sequel were high, perhaps verging on Beast-like proportions, is an understatement. As much as I tried to temper myself with the usual warnings (beware the curse of the sophomore slump, glitterkink BDSM billionaire romances are soooo 2012, etc.), I just couldn't help salivating in delight when an ARC of Fantasy Reclaimed landed in my inbox. After the first chapter, I breathed a HUGE sigh of relief: Gem didn't let you down, folks. Sapphire and Beast are just as molten hot together as they were before. More so, actually, thanks to the cruel way they were separated in the last book. But book two starts right in the thick of things with their return to the Island, and we learn so much more about both characters. And squeeeee!! they finally move their playtime OFF the island this time, too! I couldn't help falling in love with Beast all over again. He is certainly a fine growly specimen of alpha gravitas. But more importantly, Sapphire remains one of the most believable portrayals of a female entrepreneur in contemporary romance (and in genre fiction in general). More often that not, I only tolerate the heroines of romance as a means to an end: their love interests. But Sapphire is one of the few heroines who can carry a whole novel on her own merits: she's smart, business savvy, and independent, yet she owns her sexuality and her need for submission in a way that is so refreshingly honest and vulnerable that I can't help but love her, too. The ever more inventive kink in this series is just the cherry on top of an awesome read. If you haven't read the previous book, go pick it up right now. You can't read Fantasy Reclaimed without it. If you've already devoured book one, then you're in for a treat! I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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