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Damaged Goods

(New York #2)

4.01  ·  Rating details ·  3,746 ratings  ·  202 reviews
Dominance. Submission. Murder. And that’s just before lunch.

New York, Book 2

Homicide detective Brice Marshall’s current case has him stymied and frustrated. A serial killer is slaughtering young women. After a long, fruitless day poring over the most gruesome evidence he’s ever seen, he needs a break.

Stepping into his cousin’s BDSM club is a reminder that there is another
ebook, 224 pages
Published August 21st 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
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Aug 08, 2012 rated it it was ok
Shelves: erotic-suspense
Review completed December 9, 2012


Yes, I am.

Baba is a little bit lazy at the moment. Therefore, I won't be writing a long and in-depth review.

First of all let me say that I really liked the premise of Damaged Goods. Suspense combined with BDSM is very interesting. Ultimately, though, I had expected better of it and I ended up disappointed. That said, I continuously dropped my rating. In the end I decided to downgrade it to 2 stars when I hit the 90 % mark. Honestly, this was such a huge bumme
Dec 25, 2014 rated it did not like it
Shelves: b-read-bdsm, reviewed
Meh, I didn’t get into it, it didn’t grab my attention.

It’s funny really, when I read A Table for Three (New York Series book 1) I complained in my review that there was little to no plot in it and nonetheless I liked it. Well, this one has more of a story line and yet I didn’t like it; I couldn’t care less for the story and the characters where dull and extremely forgettable.

Damaged Goods is a disappointment for me.

Audiobook the narrator doesn’t do the book any favors. He is ok, I just don’t t
Beatrice ~ Confessions of a Pinay Bookaholic
I didn't like it. The story is dull and pure of ridiculous kinky shit.
No chemistry at all. meh. meh. meh.
~ Becs ~
Dominance. Submission. Murder. And that’s just before lunch.

The second book in Lainey Reese’s New York series and it’s another wickedly erotic sizzler!!

We all know that good Doms are really hard to find and no submissive should ever go off with a dominant in the way that the characters in Lainey Reese’s books do but this is fiction and the heroes would lay down their lives to protect their subs so the girls are never really in any danger, so suspend your disbelief, go with the flow and enjoy a
Bon Tom
Jul 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing
When domination is high, served with even higher respect and care, it becomes beautiful, irresistible, sweet concoction. Sexy to the Earthcore.
Mariann {at} Belle's Book Bag
Aug 27, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: my-favorites
I have been waiting for Brice's book ever since I finished reading Table For Three and I was so not disappointed!!! I cannot say enough how much I LOVED LOVED LOVED this book!!!! Brice *sigh*
Damaged Goods grabbed a hold of me right from the start and didn't let go until the end. I absolutely LOVED Brice and Terryn. They were so perfect for each other and I LOVED the connection that Brice still had with Riley~so sweet!!! I was so happy to see Cade, Riley, and Trevor and then Gage(Oh, Gage *swoons
Feb 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
Wow! This is seriously hot hot hot!!!! Lainey Reese has become my auto one click author!! If you are looking for off the chart hoooooooot steamy erotic romance!! This is for you!!!
The second story in this series involves Brice Marshall, cousin of Cade Marshall who was introduced in the first book. Brice is a New York police detective and is also a Dom. He meets Terryn Keller at Cade’s BDSM club but soon figures out that she’s new to the scene and is just beginning her exploration. Meanwhile, Brice and his partner, Brandon Kent, are investigating the brutal murders of two young women by what appears to be a serial killer. As Brice becomes more deeply involved with Terryn, ...more
Heather in FL
Well, I think a lot of us waited a really long time for this one. I won't say it disappointed, but for me it wasn't as exciting as I remember the first one being. As with the first one, things moved very quickly, both in terms of the relationship as well as clearing up the case. But overall it was enjoyable. Probably closer to 3.5 than 3, but not enough to bump it up to a 4.

I really enjoyed how alpha Brice could get. I also really enjoy it when a man who thinks he'll be single forever finds "th
Holy Effing Hell! Can we say HOT! This book is on fire! Like go change your panties on fire! I've read a few books with the BDSM theme to them, I've also read a few books with m/f/m situations, so I wasn't expecting this one to shock me, so to speak, buuuuttt it did! First lets talk about the sex.... ok I don't even know where to begin without maybe giving too much personal info up but it was fucking hot! I am not a sub, nor have I tried that lifestyle, but this book has put thoughts in my head ...more
 ~*~Princess Nhya~*~
Solid 3.75 Stars

In comparison to book 1 this one has a much more intense & suspenseful plot. One that keeps you wondering till the last chapter who the villain actually is. This I loved. We see a little of Cade, Riley, & Trevor. Another added bonus. We meet a few new characters as well. But the one that had me panting was Gage I have a major crush on this dude.

While I really like Brice, he's a good solid character, I just wasn't really feeling his "connection" with Terryn Aside from how
Jan 26, 2015 rated it really liked it
I quite enjoyed this one...even better than the first book.

Brice is awesome and I love that a connection is immediately formed between him and Terryn. Instant smoldering panty melting chemistry here and no stupid childish mind games either. They like each other and they mesh in their BDSM they pursue a relationship. Talk about refreshing!!!

The serial killer mystery was quite interesting and creepy. I did find it a tad predictable though and had the killer IDed early on.

Overall: S
Great read! Damaged Goods is the perfect mix of passion and suspense with several über Doms! Brice and Terryn's story did not disappoint and I am really looking forward to Gage's story which is to be the 3rd in the series......can't wait!
Sher❤ The Fabulous BookLover
3.5 Stars
Ohhhhh yeah, I did continue on to read the series. Brice intrigued me when he showed up in A Table for Three, so naturally, I wanted to know what else he’s got up his sleeve. From what we saw in the previous book, he’s a dom and a voyeur. And... well, holy hotness that just screamed filthy and sexy and downright steamy to me.

Damaged Goods was pure smutty goodness. It’s a book you turn to if you want to get a quick fill of kink. And while that’s the case, there’s also some kind of murder mystery
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It seems like I’ve been waiting forever for this book. When I read Lainey Reese’s debut book, A Table for Three, I very much enjoyed it. I loved watching Cade and Trevor convince Riley to enjoy herself with them, the sex scenes were beyond explosive but it was the scene with Cade’s cousin, Brice that caught my attention. There was just something about Brice that hooked me and I knew, just knew that his book was going to be beyond amazing. I am pleased to
Gitte TotallyBookedBlog
Jan 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-in-2013
I loved this second book in the New York series. Damaged Goods is about Brice, the gorgeous Homicide Detective who we met in book #1 ‘A Table for Three’.

This was another erotic indulgence set in the BDSM scene but we had some serious suspense in this one with a serial killer on the loose. I actually thought the suspense plot was so much better in this story than book #1 and was really well written. It actually kept me guessing and it was woven into the romance really well and drawn out perfectly
P.A. Lupton
Aug 29, 2012 rated it it was amazing

It’s been so long since I’ve read Table For Three that I couldn’t even remember most of it. I was a little worried when I picked up Damaged Goods that I wouldn’t be able to follow the story without a reread of book 1 first. Well, I am happy to say that wasn’t the case. Lainey Reese did an excellent job of writing this novel, especially with such a time gap between releases. You could easily read book 2 as a stand-alone.

I remember liking the first book (which is why I read this one) but Damaged G
I did enjoy this second book in the New York series, but not as much as the first and would rate it 3.5 stars. Brice Marshall is a cop who gets involved in a series of brutal killings of girls that work at a coffee shop. Needing a break from work he makes a trip to his cousin's BDSM club where he meets Terryn. Despite her inexperience, they have an immediate connection and start playing. At the same time the killings escalate. The story was interesting and most of the erotic scenes were very sex ...more
May 31, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed the first book of this series but I have to say that I LOVED this second one.

I really liked following Brice and Kent in their investigation and the sex scenes were amazingly hot.
I loved Brice, he was really the perfect hero for me: a cop (don’t ask me why but cop is on my top 5 fantasy occupation list lol) AND a Dom AND rich, really what’s not to love?
The only disappointment I have is the ending. (view spoiler)
Dec 14, 2010 rated it liked it
Shelves: audio-book, bdsm, cops
While I liked the book, it was missing the whole "relationship building" for me...It felt as if Brice met her in the club, they did a scene, met again, fooled around with some orgasms, a quick menage and then were getting married...It felt more like a short crime drama with a little romance and D/s thrown in instead of a real romance story.

It was not what I was expecting from this author after her first book. I will read more if/when she publishes more in this series....kinda hoping Brice's bes
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A special thanks to Lainey Reese for provide this book in exchange for an honest review.

RATING- *** 3.5 out of 5 Stars
*NOTE* BDSM play, M/F/M manage, graphic language

Oh man I really loved the hot & steamy book 1, Table for Three! I couldn't wait to get my hands on book 2 thinking that it would be just as good if not better. But I have to say that I'm surprisingly let down that it didn't live up to my expectations. I like the author an
Daisy Sloan
Sep 03, 2012 rated it it was amazing

There are so many wonderful words that can be used to describe this wonderful story. It’s a mystery, suspenseful, erotic love story between a Dom and his sub. Brice is a homicide detective trying to figure out who’s killing the single women of New York. Terryn is Brice’s new sub and he desperately wants to keep her safe.

This was a wonderful love story between Brice and Terryn. Surrounding that story is the mystery of the serial killer. Brice is assigned to the cases and he’s determined to find
Michele Realitybitesblog
OMG! This book was hot!

Meet Brice. Hot cop who is trying to solve the murder of a young girl. He is a Dom...big time. He owns a club with his cousin and friend where he goes and plays. With all the stress of his Detective work, he goes to the club for fun. In walks in a beautiful little red head, terryn. She is very new to the scene and wants to be a sub. Well, she meets the one and only Brice and things get hot between them.

The murder strikes again...and Brice is sent to investigate. The part
Lauren Suero
Oct 17, 2012 rated it really liked it
It's been about two years since I've ready Lainey Reese's first novel, 'Table for Three' and I was THRILLED to find out that she continued the New York series with Brice's story.

Let me just say that I've read 'Table for Three' more times than another other book on recollection. It was that good and infinitely, eons of times better than 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.

Christian Grey? HA. Try Kincade Marshall AND Trevor Wellington. They make Grey look like an amateur.

Brice Marshall (Cade's cousin) is no d
Nov 30, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: erotica, menage, e-book, bdsm, 2013
I liked the chemistry that Terryn and Brice had, it seemed like right from the start they were ready for each other and knew the encounter would be more than one night.

I found it interesting how Brice's case crashed into what was going on with his real life. I liked Kent and how he was smitten with the coffee girl. Loved how the threesome from the first book played into this one. Their double dates had me laughing, especially the last one at the club. I was a little surprised that Brice let Gage
Cyn Mistress Kitty
Aug 28, 2012 rated it really liked it
Recommended to Cyn Mistress Kitty by: Cherra
I really liked this second story in the series. Brice and Terryn were perfect together. I also liked the suspense even though I figured out who was the villain right away. I enjoyed seeing my favorite trio from the first book. Mercy, these people are naughty and kinky. At times it was over the top. I mean really, how could 1 woman live through 50 orgasms in one night? I especially liked the wet play contest between both groups. I fell in love with cowboy Gage and hope he gets a story. I think I ...more
I love this series and recommend it to anyone who wants dominant men and a story to go with the hot sex. Brice Marshall only got to look not touch in A Table for Three (New York, #1) by Lainey Reese . Now he gets his own story and he gets the girl, Terryn, another new to the D/s scene (she says with an eye roll). Don't let that stop you, just enjoy another book of male lusciousness and follow along while a murder is solved.
Johnathan Riske
Sep 06, 2012 rated it really liked it
There's a good mystery and lots of scorching sex so it was definitely a very worthwhile read for me. The BDSM content was not as heavy as I wanted it but it was still stimulating enough. The struggling submissive who's trying to discover how far she's willing to go in an S and M relationship always makes for a lot of fascinating scenarios and this book delivers. I haven't read the first book in the series but I will definitely do so.
Nichole ~Bookaholic~
I had anxiously been waiting for this book after reading the first one and maybe I just had very high expectations after waiting two years for this installment...I really liked Brice from the first book and I still liked him in this one, but I just did not feel a connection to the characters...the book was well done but the story was just "meh" for me
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Lainey- born in Tacoma, Washington- was raised mostly in Nevada and California. The youngest of five, Lainey dreamed of being an actress and starring in blockbuster movies she wrote herself. As she grew, the dreams of being on the big screen faded but the ones of writing those fantastic stories never did. At 17 Lainey read her first romance novel and knew she’d found her calling. Here were the sto ...more

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