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(Fit Trilogy #3)

3.76  ·  Rating details ·  517 ratings  ·  101 reviews
All Keira Kenney wants is her happy ending. Too bad she can never make it through a first date. Is a nice man who’s into fitness and comics, with an extensive knowledge of everything science-fiction too much to ask for? Apparently, since Keira can’t seem to find a partner who can simply tolerate her interests. Perhaps it’s time for her to give up. She has her job at Melros ...more
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Published April 28th 2015 by Rebekah Weatherspoon (first published April 27th 2015)
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Keira is a geek's geek, trapped in a hot girl's body. It causes problems because she attracts men she never has anything in common with. Daniel, a friend of her boss, as a last minute favor, shows her around the comic convention, he happened to be also working. None of the players involved expected sparks between this unlikely pair. What happens when the vanilla girl, gets thrown into the deep end of the kink pool?

Daniel is so far removed from my normal type of romance hero. Beta just isn’t my t
Mandi Schreiner
Jan 11, 2016 rated it really liked it
I saw Courtney Milan tweet positively about Sated, and she linked to a B+ review over at Smart Bitches. I'm not super into BDSM, although I've read my fair share of it. This one intrigued me because I saw the hero and heroine were more on the geeky side so I decided to try it. I read it in one sitting and had a smile on my face.

Keira has had bad luck in the dating department. She is super into a science-fiction show called Galaxis, and gets along better with her online friends than the men she t
K.J. Charles
Gulped this one down. I loved the heroine, an unashamed nerd who chatters and makes silly jokes and is pretty happy in her own skin, actually. The hero is also fabulous, he's a lifestyle BDSM person who falls for someone who really isn't, and it's so cute see him ease into a relationship without the trappings. Which is not to say this book contains no kink, it has plenty, but it's more about her trying out her wild side and him focusing on the emotional core of the relationship than on the sexua ...more
Apr 27, 2020 rated it really liked it
Easily my favorite book of the series. The hero a hot Korean-American guy and uses a hand prosthesis - when have you ever seen that in a book, romance or otherwise? The heroine is utterly herself and Daniel loves her for that exact reason. In the middle I got a little meh on the conflict but Weatherspoon quickly righted the ship.

This is also the first BDSM romance I've seen with a switch protagonist that convinces the other protagonist to try both submission and domination. It makes for a neat
Xan West
I adore this book. This was my fourth read and it's still so good! Keira won my heart from the very beginning. She's the kind of heroine I wish I could be friends with. I especially love the first scene when she is topping. It's just hilarious and hot and wonderful.

One of the things I appreciate the most about this book is that it centers two switches and they switch with each other. I also really like that I got to read about a novice top. Both these things are so rare in BDSM romance.

I also
Feb 06, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: bdsm, humor
The heroine is Black, enthusiastically geeky, and athletic.

The hero is Korean-American, disabled, and a switch in a polyamorous "family" relationship.

I like how the characters were clearly ethnically diverse and also clearly had a complex mixture of characteristics that made them seem like real people. (Especially remarkable since this was just a novella!)

It's fun to watch them fall for each other, because there are actual lifestyle obstacles for them to overcome -- which they resolve through th
All I can is that I loved this book! Not only was it captivating, but it also got into the psychological aspects of Desire, Foreplay & BDSM. It wasn't pitch perfect, but it absolutely lovely.

Giving this one 3.5 stars.

Full review at Smart Bitches, Trashy Books

Full disclosure: I have a huge block when it comes to BDSM. As a result, I did not expect to like Sated, which is the third book in a trilogy about members of a BDSM club. I tried it anyway, because it had a lot of my personal catnip components, including diverse and geeky characters. Surprise, I LOVED IT. The book was respectful of geeks, people with disabilities, people of color, and the BDSM community, and it was informative and entertaining, and it w
This romance is my favorite of the series. I love Kiera and I love Daniel. They are human and fall in love with each other in lovely real ways. They also mess up in lovely real ways.

I am not always a fan of BDSM but this book is great for me because who the characters are blend into their play. Very sexy and very loving.

I think we get the great, if fast, development of their relationship. I wish, again with this series, to see how they ended up negotiating their lives fully blended.

This was a
Sated is the third book in the Fit Trilogy. To be fair, I didn't read the other two in the series but it wasn't needed in order to tell Keira's tale. Keira is a fitness guru and a sci-fi geek who wants to find a man that can accept her quirky nature along with her good looks. Daniel is a pyrotech who is missing a hand from an accident early in his career.

Daniel is deep in the kink community while Keira is completely new to the game, but they realized their was more to the other: Daniel was more
Apr 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I bought all three books in the Fit Trilogy today after seeing tweets from the author. While I loved all three books and all three couples, Daniel and Keira were my favorites.

I adored Keira because she felt familiar. There's definitely a lack of nerdy black kinksters in erotic fiction and it was amazing to see a character that I immediately adored and identified with. And Daniel was such a good hero ugh! I wanted to kiss him myself and normally, I tend to loathe the heroes in many of the books
3.75 stars

I loved a lot of things about this interracial romance featuring two POC. I absolutely enjoyed Kiera's brand of unapologetic geekery, it's so rare to see an all-out nerd who isn't afraid to bust out three cosplay options to geek out at a con. She also can't help talking her way through things, especially during a scene and such- I share this trait and was stoked to see it on the page. Both Daniel and Keira are switches, which I'd never read before in kinky books, and that was super interesti
The FountainPenDiva, Old school geek chick and lover of teddy bears
I really wavered between 3.5 stars and 4 stars. The only reason I'd deduct half a star was due to how short this book was. Things wrapped up fairly nicely in the end, but the story itself - along with the characters - was so compelling that I could have done two-hundred more pages and been perfectly happy.

Yes, I'm going to brag a bit and say I've been reading (and wrote) BDSM romance/erotica way before it became mainstream. I know the good stuff when I read it. I know the difference between aut
Mónica BQ
May 18, 2016 rated it liked it
2.5 stars

I was all ready to love this one. Up until the 70% mark of the book this one was my favourite book of the series and I had a feeling it was a definite 5 star read for me. But then the conflict that was presented involved things that I mostly find very hard to forgive, which would have been fine had the narrative convinced me that they were workable issues. Instead the author took the easy way out -really easy way out- and the conflict was resolved by one MC having a talk with his people
Apr 28, 2015 rated it really liked it
I love Keira and Daniel. Actually, I love this whole trilogy, but I think Keira and Daniel are my favorite characters from it. Also I find that, even if some of the sex wasn't for me, I absolutely love the people. Another thing I love about this series is that even though it is about people in BDSM, it's not scary. Sometimes, you read or see something involving BDSM and you can't help but think "Oh dear god, why?!" I don't find that to be the case with the series. In fact, I like that the author ...more
N.G.Peltier N.G.Peltier
oooh this was an excellent read. loved Keira and Daniel together. ok i havent read the 2nd book but i loved this even more than FIT, book 1.

Keira was so nerdy and such a fangirl about her show which i adored, because when i'm into something I love gushing about it, and Daniel is so into listening to her go on and on about it. :) The way Keira explored her curiosity about certain aspects of BDSM was so well done, i thought. At no time did it feel like she was doing any of it because Daniel was pr
Beverly Diehl
Set in Los Angeles, Keira is a comic book geek and personal trainer. Daniel is a pyrotechnic expert, and heavily into the BDSM scene as a switch.

When they have a not-date date, sparks they weren't expecting, fly. I love that she is the more dominant person in the developing relationship, that they are of different ethnicities (she's African American, he's Asian), and that he is disabled but not disabled by his disability, if that makes sense. Also, while I've read a fair number of books featurin
Sarah G.
May 20, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I really enjoyed this book! The dialogue was spot on, it was funny, and the characters were all very likable. I've said it once before and I'll say it again, I LOVE having nerdy POC in fiction. It's so rare to find a female lead who is nerdy and into her fandoms like I am...and so it's always refreshing to find a story with a character like this who is also well written. The sex was steamy and the couple somehow managed to stay really cute. Definitely a good read!
Jan 19, 2016 rated it liked it
Shelves: kindle, cr, published-2015
Well, that was...interesting. I would have given it four stars if it weren't for the editing issues and the short length that prevented me from really connecting on an emotional level with the characters. But, overall, I really enjoyed it. It's a cute, sweet romance with a nod to BDSM.
Sue (Hollywood News Source)
Compared to Fit, Sated is more of a vanilla-cutesy. I enjoyed it but I was looking for something more.

THOUGH I really screamed when I learned the main character is a geek of color while the love interest is Korean American. When will your faves tbh.
Al George
Just messy. Meh on steroids.
Sep 30, 2015 rated it really liked it
Humor and loveable, realistic, modern characters. Nice to see BDSM that's so loving, LOL.
Kari Rhiannon (Moon Magister Reviews)
3 stars

I should probably prefix this by saying that I don't read a lot of, the extent of my knowledge of it is through, forgive me if don't know what I'm talking about.

Kiera is a proper nerd (I say that with much affection), a fitness trainer by day who geeks out over a sci fi show and generally despairs of ever finding a man. Dan is a pyrotechnics expert who lost his hand in a accident early in his career, but whose disability does not seem to get in the way of his
I truly enjoyed the first two books - but I loved this one. Really, the only thing wrong with it is that I wish we could have MORE. Self-described geek Keira & friend-of-a-friend Daniel were so much fun to get to know. They each appreciated the other for who they were. Daniel's delight in Keira's exuberance was downright adorable. I haven't read many books where I'm sitting there with a goofy grin on my face through nearly the whole thing. Even the seeeexxxxyyyyy scenes were filled with lots of ...more
Jan 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
RW definitely saved the best for last with this series! I really enjoyed both Daniel and Keira as individual characters, and as a couple. Keira was a delightful nerd girl/ personal trainer, and I definitely connected with her the most out of all the characters throughout this series. She and Daniel ended up being perfect for each other.
As far as the sexy aspect, this one was the winner, too. Like, this was me the entire time:


Honestly, I will not be mad if there is ever a follow
Alana Bloom
Sated had so much potential but it ended up being my least favorite in the series. I loved Keira and her geeky goodness. Her Joie de vivre was a total balm for my anxious soul. Daniel was absolutely a catch and a wonderful mix of confident dom and sub. I really was rooting for this couple as I loved them separately and wanted SO badly for them to make it work. Unfortunately, the execution left some big gaps in story that left me feeling disconnected.

I really think this storyline would have benef
Really Good!
Daniel was really sweet!
Mar 11, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: 3-stars, romance, adult
ok this was super cute too like the rest of the series BUT it focused more on the full on kink/bdsm stuff and the conflict of the book revolved around that so we saw a little less about the character’s other interests. also, the time does jump forward a couple weeks so we miss kind of the home life interactions and i wanna read that! like i would literally pay to read more about keira and daniel just laying in bed, cuddling and watching Galaxis!
Blow Pop
Jul 03, 2015 rated it really liked it
Content warnings: Lots of sex, slight bdsm

I think this was my favourite book out of the trilogy. Because of the main character. Because I've been in her shoes (well not on the BDSM side because the second I found out about that was the second I went "oh yes I definitely want some of that") minus the actually having money and talent to cosplay and go to cons.

I LOVED how slow he took things with her. And that neither character is white. And that he actually had a physical disability. Because findi
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After years of meddling in her friends’ love lives, Rebekah Weatherspoon turned to writing romance to get her fix. Raised in Southern New Hampshire, Rebekah Weatherspoon now lives in Southern California where she will remain forever because she hates moving.

Her BDSM romance At Her Feet won the Golden Crown Literary Award for erotic lesbian fiction. Her novella FIT (#1 in the FIT Trilogy) won the R

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Fit Trilogy (3 books)
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