At His Will by Trent Evans

This is a standalone novel.

She was caught. Now she will be punished.

Alyson Hart thought nothing could be more embarrassing than being caught stealing by her boss.

She was wrong. Terribly, terribly wrong.

Bare and on display with her bottom burning and tears running down her blushing cheeks, Alyson will learn what shame really means one humiliating lesson at a time. But with every painful punishment and every disgraceful new way her quivering, naked body is used for his enjoyment, it becomes ever more difficult for her to hide the truth from him… or from herself.

She isn’t getting what she deserves. She is getting what she needs.

I enjoyed reading this book. The characters were good and the storyline was good.

I liked the characters although I couldn’t connect to them like I usually do in books. Alyson was a good character, although she did need a little bit more of a backbone. There’s being submissive and then there’s being a complete pushover. I would have liked to see a little bit more bite. I could sympathise with her situation and I admire that she did what Will said because her son was more important. It was completely understandable that she was fell prey to him. She just could have have a little bit more fight towards his actions because I felt sometimes he went a little bit too far.

Will was alright. I think he was good character, except he lacked emotions, especially towards the end when he was meant to have gained some. I just didn’t see them shine through enough. His need to dominate was fair enough, but he push things a little too far sometimes. I liked how him and Alyson built a connect, but with her, the emotion growing was there, with him it was minimal. His actions in saving her situation were obviously an act of caring, but I just think there needed to be more towards the end in terms of showing them towards her personally. Overall, I did like how things developed between them, but it could have been slightly better.

I think part of the problem was I prefer books written in first person POV. You get a better understanding of what’s going on in the characters heads that way.

I liked the storyline. There was more going on than just the situation between Will and Alyson which I liked.

Overall, I enjoyed reading this book regardless of my reservations. The characters were good and the storyline was good. I would recommend it.

My rating: 4/5*

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