On His Knees by Beth Williamson
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Length: Short Story (69 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Fern
Hell hath no fury like a scorned woman—with toys.
Private Lives, Book 1
Renny Johnson has no idea why her ex-husband broke into her house in the middle of the night. She plans to find out—right after he wakes up from a close encounter with his own baseball bat. As long as she’s got him tied up, she might as well make him answer every unanswered question about their divorce.
Nicholas sneaked into the house, hoping to retrieve his precious autographed bat without having to face Renny’s wrath. He didn’t expect her to knock him out with it. Then again, who can blame her? He left her to take a walk on the wild side, to search for that missing something he thought he couldn’t find in his marriage.
Now that he’s completely at her mercy, he’s about to find out how merciless—and how incredibly sexy—his ex can be. The night becomes a wild roller coaster ride of amazing sex, dominance and submission, and maybe the beginning of a brand new chapter in their lives.
Unless the flames burn out of control…
Warning: This title contains a dominant woman, a sexy submissive man, and lots of nekkid, smokin’ hot sex.
This book was previously published but has been revised and re-edited for Samhain Publishing.
What happens when you combine a scorned ex-wife, her breaking and entering former spouse, and a baseball bat? The answer waits in the pages of On His Knees.
I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed On His Knees. Beth Williamson excels at writing a tightly plotted story with just enough romance to please those that like a little something extra in their erotica. The spurned and newly liberated ex-wife, Renny, pulled at those heart strings while making me giggle like a giddy school girl. Her voice and indelible sense of humor is paramount, and she delivers time and again. Her ex-husband Nicholas is equally memorable, portrayed so beautifully it’s easy to forget he’s the one you’re supposed to be angry with for leaving. He’s someone you can relate to as a person that wants something more, but fears that in the asking, he’ll fail both himself and the person he loves.
It’s not often that you discover erotica situations that are believable, but the circumstances that have torn this couple apart are a common occurrence. Who hasn’t suffered a failed relationship because the spark is missing, or in this case, the kink? The question is what do you do about it?
On His Knees is a scorching read that I highly recommend!