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Her Russian Knight (Brie's Submission, #13)

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Again, I am not sure how to shelve this book without giving too much away. Brie is going through a tough time between Sir being in a coma (still) and Sir's Sister going out of her way to "get Brie" so she needs some better help than what she has been given. Tono came in the last book to balance and ground her, to give her peace. Now we have some fun because Rystar charges in and takes no prisoners.

Rystar is running from his own baddies in the form of angry relatives of the "maggot" he dealt with in previous books. He finds out late in the game that Brie is on her own and Sir is in critical condition. He rounds up his posse and gets over to L.A. toute suite.
After a bit of misunderstanding gets cleared up, he decides that he is the only one who should have been called to handle the problem Brie is facing with Sir's half-sister, who has upped her game is is still evading capture but doing whatever she can to try and "get Brie".

Well, Rystar puts paid to that right quick. He finds out where she is, sends his guys to get her, and holds her in an undisclosed location so he can find out what she really is after and what is true and what is false with her story. It takes a bit of old school tactics to get her spilling the beans. Trust me, what she ends up saying is not pretty.

Of course Brie has no knowledge that he is doing this. Rystar spends time between Sir's sister and Brie in the hospital. He moves Brie to the beach house where they first met, and settles in to wait for the baddies to come and get him. He doesn't plan on evading them, he knows better. We learn some back story between Sir and Rystar, Rystar and his family, and Rystar with Tatiana (his lost love). There are some very humorous scenes - some involving a cat who doesn't like being moved about, and a Sybian that Rystar gets for Brie so she can get her groove on (safely). Of course it's all fun and games until the Bratva comes and takes you away.

I think that tying up the half-sister arc which has been spanning multiple books so quick and easy (perhaps too quick and easy?) is so that there is room made for the Rystar in trouble with the Bratva arc which seems to begin here. Plus, we don't REALLY know if Sir's sister is done. It might be one of those safe for now things. Anyway, I liked it, and really love Rystar. I know he isn't gone for good because there is another book with him on the cover. SO there isn't too much on my seat, nail-biting worry.

So I am not sure how to shelve this book. It isn't quite a romance, it isn't quite a thriller, or suspence, maybe romantic suspense. There are themes of BDSM, Abduction, Taboo (allegations of incest), death and dying (Sir's in critical condition- but we all know he's going to pull through), humor, dark humor, old wounds, and overprotective males.

Anyway, my review is chock full of spoilers, but you all know my style by now. So if you're making your way through the series, why bother reading the review - you know you have to read the book. If you found yourself on this review but haven't read the "Brie" series, don't start here. Go to Brie Learns the Art of Submission: The Sumbissive Center then if you like that, move on to the next series of books Brie Learns the Art of Submission: After Graduation, then follow up with Brie Learns the Art of Submission: Submissive in Love.

The entire Brie series has about 20 characters most of which are introduced in the first Brie Series. You need to start there. If you start ANYWHERE else, you will get lost, or miss stuff. It's not a series, it's a serial, You need to read the books in order. After a while you can skip a book or two, but you can't start here. ( )
  Rellwood74 | Feb 18, 2021 |
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