Rating: 4.5/5 stars
Rublication Date November 5th 2013
After the last fiasco, Sally gives up. She’ll never find a Dom of her own. Instead the computer whizz is job hunting in between bending the law—just a bit—to unearth the bastards who’d enslaved her friends. The clueless cops and Feds obviously need help.
FBI special agents, Galen and Vance, have waited to play with Sally for a long time. When the mischievous submissive returns to the exclusive Shadowlands BDSM club after an ugly relationship, the experienced co-tops are pleased. Realizing she’s suppressing her emotions, the powerful Doms push her—only to find that her sassiness conceals a scarred and vulnerable heart.
Shaken by the unexpected emotional exposure, Sally flees the demanding Masters and the Shadowlands.
Both Galen and Vance have reasons not to seek a long-term submissive, but when a brutal attack by her ex-Dom sends Sally into their home, the two agents are driven to protect her. To help her. To take her under command. Falling in love isn’t in the plans.
But as the little imp brings light into their lives, they begin to want more…until they discover she’s hacked into an organization that delights in burning people alive.
I love the series. I love books with polygamous relationships. So how could I not like If only?
Sally and the Feds? They are good together. I liked their relationship and the way they worked things out. It might be a little rocky but then which relationship isn't?
The Feds are nearly new characters so I didn't have the chance to form an opinion about them. Sally always seemed very warm, cheerful and happy person. She has a few problems though that Galen and Vance have to fix.
The couples from the previous books make an appearance or two and especially the ones from the first 4. Master Raoul and Kim and ,Master Sam and Linda appear only once [actually Master Sam is only mentioned and Master Raouls is being watched from afar :( ] The life of Master Dan and Kari after the baby was one of the secondary storylines.