Desired by Stacey Kennedy


 Kyler Morgan, Master at the legendary Club Sin in Las Vegas, knows how to give women what they want—too well. He hasn’t had a real challenge in a long time. Then Ella Snow enters his life. Beautiful, inhibited, and innocent in the ways of submission and domination, Ella is the new blood he’s been lusting after. Soon, the thrill of training her to embrace his world brings forth desires Kyler cannot control.After ending an abusive relationship, Ella makes a promise to herself to start living life to the fullest. It’s one of the reasons she seeks out Club Sin. Here, Kyler’s every touch is a lesson in liberation, stirring passions that have no bounds. But as she falls under Kyler’s command, Ella discovers that some secrets are so dark they must come to light. Submission alone may not be enough to save her, leaving her Master with only one question: How can he help Ella heal while unlocking the deep pleasures she craves?
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I’ve read the other books in this series, but this one? My favorite so far, and probably not for the reason that you may think.  But more on that later.
Ms. Kennedy has done an amazing job with taking a series about a BDSM club, yet making the story about more than just the sexual aspect between the characters. All of her characters are skillfully crafted to where they all work very well with each other, and they all stand out from each other as well.
The storyline in this book though was completely different than the others, but that is one of
the reasons why I enjoyed it so much. This book showed the courage of a woman who is fighting to become herself. A woman who learns what it’s like to have friends and to be able to rely on them for help when the going gets tough.  And the power that relationships, even friendships, have when it comes to helping a person heal.
This book does show what it is like for 2 people who are scarred, to be able to come together and grow with each other.  And it gives hope to others out there that have been damaged, that there is a happy ending for them as well.  Not only that, it also tells us that you don’t have to change who you are, or what you like, just to be with a man.