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Submission to Desire (Desire, Oklahoma #7)

4.18  ·  Rating details ·  1,159 Ratings  ·  38 Reviews
Brenna Nelson roars into Desire, Oklahoma, for the express purpose of giving the owners of Club Desire a piece of her mind.

She's suffered pain, fear, and even the loss of her job at the hands of one of their trainees, and she places the blame directly on their shoulders.

Trust doesn't come easy for her, but their concern for her, and outrage at what their club member has do
Published August 17th 2012 by Siren-BookStrand, Inc. (first published August 10th 2012)
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Shadow's review posted on Guilty Pleasures

This book is so hot it will fry the electrical circuits of your e-reader! If it’s a little thin on plot, it more than makes up for it in exploring the feelings of the three main characters and establishing the connection between them. This is a continuation of her series about Desire, Oklahoma, a town created for the specific purpose of allowing people to live with multiple partners, especially one woman with two or more men.

When Brenna Nelson storms int
Dr. Bronwyn Ph.D of Smutology
3.5 stars

This has probably been my least favourite of the bunch and I think it was the lack of communication between Royce, King, and Brenna that made the story a tad confusing and haphazard. As Dom's it wasn't something I was expecting and honestly....I was disappointed because of it.

All fought their feelings for all they were worth and this dishonestly made an impact in all their dealings together. I'm just not sure I believed that Brenna would have been willing to submit in the way Royce and
Oct 29, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: menage
I was really lookin forward to reading the newest installment of the Desire series, but it fell sort of flat to me. I remember the first books in the series not including this one really kept your attention and had really good story lines. This one I found myself skimming through most of it, including the smoking hot sex scenes.
I found myself more interested in what was wrong with Nat and Jace's relationship than with the main characters.
I really hoped you would find out what problems Nat was ha
Mar 17, 2014 rated it it was ok
I have liked this series, but I have to admit that I really disliked this one. King and Royce treated her miserably throughout most of the book, fighting their own feelings and thus giving her the yo-yo treatment of tenderness and then hostility, then self-justifying that she couldn't handle them. Well of course not given the mixed signals. I saw very little connection between them in this one, which is sad, because I enjoyed the other books. This one was just not my thing at all, and not becaus ...more
Sep 16, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
If I had to sum up the book in one word it would be "confusion". I was confused over the way Brenna flip flopped in her submission. I was confused by Royce and King saying they wanted her but she really needed to learn to submit. I was confused over the whole 'stalker' aspect (and it never really went into how the two brothers knew Donnor and why would they do that for him???). Lastly, I was confused over the parts of the story line that had Nat and her unhappiness (it never went anywhere so wha ...more
3.5 stars Finally Royce and King's story and I was a little disappointed. I didn't mind that the story was more about emotions than plot. What I did mind was that everyone was hiding their emotions. King and Royce expected Brenna to be completely open and honest with them yet they held back their own feelings.

Would've liked more interaction and updates on the rest of the folks in Desire. Maybe in the next book...
Jan 02, 2014 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romantica, 2014
Definitely not my favorite in this series. I liked King and Royal but some of the things in this book I wasn't that comfortable with. I'm more at ease just reading ménage without the D/s aspect to it.
I really wanted to love this story. It just did not happen for me. It want too far into BDSM and aspects I do not enjoy. I am not into that much slave play.

I am still a fan of the series. Steamy read regardless.
Kris H.
Oct 08, 2012 rated it liked it
Whew wee! This was too much BDSM for me. I had to scan the lest 2 chapters. Just couldn't take any more. Not a Bad book but not my cup of tea.
Jul 23, 2012 rated it it was amazing

O wow!!! She did it again. I loved ever part of this book.
Nov 18, 2012 rated it liked it
They were short actions and too much sex for me. The heroine - Red/Brenna is a bit annoyed. More interested in what's going on between Jack and Nat/Nataly.
Jan 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
So intense!

Wow! Loved it. The dynamic between the three is so hot & intense! Loved every moment. Definitely is a must read.
Carrie (Bears Read Too)
3.5 stars

This review was originally posted on "Bears Read Too!"

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Okay, we have the 7th installment in the Desire, Oklahoma series by Leah Brooke.  I'm enjoying this series.  It's hot and fun to read.

With this installment we finally get to see King and Royce in full force.  They've been looking for their significant other for a long time and were sure that they would never find someone that they could fall in love with and have her accept what they needed. Then Brenna came into town.  Well, stom
Oleta Blaylock
Nov 07, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: e-books
2012, October 31

I really, really enjoyed this book. This series has been so great and I hope that Ms. Brooke will find a way to keep writing more of it. I have been hoping that King and Royce would finally find a woman that would take on both of them. While Brenna was a little obstinate about what really went on in Club Desire she was at least brave enough to follow her dreams and go for her fantasies. King and Royce lived up to and surpassed my expectations. They are alpha dominants through and
Mar 09, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Why are the female characters getting more and more annoying with this series?!? The first few books were awesome but the last three including this one are driving me insane.
Aug 18, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: erotic-romance
The seventh installment is Leah Brooke's fantastic Desire, Oklahoma series finally gives readers what we have desperately been waiting for: King and Royce's story.

Brenna Nelson is a fairly new character. She has been mentioned before but never by name. She is the woman Eugene Donner, a Dom and the man that has giving both clubs so much trouble for the past couple of books, has been so fixated on. She is everything King and Royce need in a sub and woman. She is fiesty, stubborn, and isn't afraid
Aug 20, 2012 rated it did not like it
I'm surprised this book has received such high reviews. I've been waiting for Royce and King's story since they were featured in Blade's Desire. I'm not entirely sure what's going on with Leah Brooke's writing, but her first handful of books were so much better than the last few she's written. Usually, it's the other way around.

I can't say I found any of the characters appealing. Royce and King were complete brutes and Brenna was just too stupid to live. Her whining was one of the reasons I cou
Oct 21, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 5-star-reads, bdsm
In my re-reading until I get a new Desire book, Submission came up next on the menu. I knew some people weren't happy with the book the first time around from the reviews, but I loved it! The way Royce, King and Brenna express themselves is where this book is a huge winner for me. Yes, there is a lot of sex, but the entire book basically takes place solely in a sex club with two of the owner Dom's. Yes, there is a lot of dominance acts, but again, two Dom's, and the sub is pushed to and beyond h ...more
Jan 18, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: bdsm
more like a 3.5 stars story. I was interested to see what kind of woman that Royce and King were going to find for themselves and was pleasantly surprised with Brenna. It started out so well with her training and I was impressed that she wanted to go with it. That was a beautiful scene in front of the mirror. As the story continued I was getting frustrated with Brenna and her struggle to submit. enough already! Plus the stalker plot line was over fast. Not a big scene and I thought there would h ...more
May 31, 2014 rated it liked it
Brenna comes to the club to give a piece of her mind to the people that showed Donner (the man obsessed with her) how to become a Dom. Once she receives a threat while Donner's still in prison, King And Royce want to keep her safe by having her live with them. They will teach her that they don't encourage Doms to hit their subs.

This is my least favorite story from the series. Sure it was hot but we barely got news from Donner and that part once she lived at the club. Then something happens and b
I've been waiting for this book since I read Blake's book, and I wasn't disappointed. Brenna was just a stubborn as I was expecting and Royce and King wouldn't let her push them around. The little bit about Donner (the guy who had been on the phone in Blake's book) was okay but it really didn't add much to the story line. It was more about Brenna and her discovery that BDSM isn't about teaching men how to abuse women which is what she thinks in the beginning, and that it takes a very strong woma ...more
Aug 17, 2012 rated it liked it
I liked the book ok but I was a little disappointed with the whole "stalking" line. I was all ready for a "huge" conclusion to it and it was almost a let down that is was done and over in a page or so. The book was good as Leah Brooke can not write a bad book but maybe I just wanted a "wham and a bam" in the story not just a "wham". I would definitely recommend this to all Desire, Oklahoma fans.
Mariann {at} Belle's Book Bag
Aug 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: my-favorites
Love Love Love Royce and King. I am a huge fan of Leah Brooke and of this series. It is one of my favorites and I forgot how much I loved the series. It makes me want to go back an reread this series from the beginning.
Aug 18, 2012 rated it really liked it
Book #7in the Desire series and it didn't disappoint. It started with Brenda charging into The Club that King,Royce &Blade own. King & Royce not sure what to make of Brenna. She challenges them from the beginning to the end. Great book!
Aug 28, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: ebook
I liked this one not only did it tell a good menage story, it was a good BDSM story also.
Sue Brooks
Oct 25, 2012 rated it it was amazing
As usual great book, really enjoyed.
Oct 29, 2013 rated it liked it
As with all the other Desire books I've read, the characters are enjoyable. I would have rated higher if there had been a bit more plot and a bit less sex (did I just say that????).
Aug 19, 2012 rated it really liked it
How can you not love a man named King? Another hot addition to the Desire, OK series. Lots of hot alpha males and hot smexin' going on.
This was one hot read!! I loved Brenna from the very first page. I also loved the instant connection that was written good enough to not appear cliche. This will definitely be a book I read again.
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Other books in the series

Desire, Oklahoma (1 - 10 of 12 books)
  • Desire for Three (Desire, Oklahoma, #1)
  • Blade's Desire (Desire, Oklahoma, #2)
  • Creation of Desire (Desire, Oklahoma, #3)
  • Rules Of Desire (Desire, Oklahoma, #4)
  • Dark Desire (Desire, Oklahoma, #5)
  • Raw Desire (Desire, Oklahoma #6)
  • Reluctant Desire (Desire, Oklahoma #8)
  • Desire Unleashed (Desire, Oklahoma #9)
  • Flames of Desire (Desire, Oklahoma, #10)
  • Recipe for Desire (Desire, Oklahoma, #11)