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Submitting to Bryan

By: Isabella Kole
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: 2014 by Blushing Books and Isabella Kole
21 Chapters / 52,000 Words
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Janis Lincoln found the man of her dreams in handsome co-worker, Bryan Walsh, until he tells her exactly the type of marriage he expects. She is shocked. Can she submit completely to him? A free spirit, she balks at his first attempt to discipline her.

Returning to her old college crowd and an old flame, she finds herself caught up in the club scene once more. Realizing her heart is with Bryan, she nearly loses her life before she has a chance to decide if she can be the kind of wife he wants.

When the couple announces their engagement to his parents, another storm is brewing. Janis is not the girl they've chosen for their son. On Thanksgiving night when Jan walks in on her fiance and the girl his parents want their son to marry, she bolts a second time and calls off the wedding.

Will Bryan be able to convince Janis she is the only one for him? Can Janis submit completely to Bryan?

Chapter One

Janis Lincoln lightly tapped on the thick, oaken door of her sister’s office. When she heard Jill’s voice telling her to enter, she walked in and sat down.

“Hi, sis, what’s up?” Jill asked as she looked up from her work and smiled at her younger sister.

“Can you break for lunch soon? I really need some sisterly advice,” Jan replied grimly.

“Uh oh, are you having problems?” Jill asked in a concerned tone.

“Sort of, but I’d really rather discuss it in private. I thought we might be able to grab something at the deli and head to the park.”

Jill shot a questioning look at her younger sister before glancing at her watch. “Oh wow, I had no idea it was so late. Let me just finish up a few things and I’ll meet you in the reception area in a few.”

“I’ll be waiting. Take your time,” Jan replied as she stood up to leave.

“I won’t be long.”

Ten minutes later Jan and Jill were walking to the parking garage.

“How’s the little guy like it now that Mommy’s back to work?” Jan asked as Jill drove to the nearest deli.

“He doesn’t seem to mind. After all, I’m only in the office two days a week and he seems to love the other kids in his day care.”

The two sisters leaped out of the car and quickly got in line to order their food. They jumped back into Jill’s car and she drove to the nearest park, where they walked to a secluded picnic table.

“The weather is gorgeous, isn’t it?” Jill asked in an attempt to put Jan at ease.

“I guess so. I really hadn’t noticed,” Jan answered as she took her turkey sandwich out of the wrapper and took a bite. She washed it down with soda before speaking again. “Jill, I need to talk to you about Bryan.”

“I wondered if that might be it. So the two of you are having problems? How serious, Jan?”

“Serious enough I’m considering breaking up with him,” Jan replied sadly.

“I would have thought the two of you were starting to get seriously involved. I had no idea you would ever dream of breaking it off. This must be big.”

“You know how you were always the rebel in the family,” Jan began.

“Well, I know Dad always said I was,” Jill said with a light laugh.

“I find myself becoming more and more of a free spirit. Bryan is, as you know, older than I am. He says I need a structured relationship. He thinks I’m a silly twit is what it boils down to.”

“I’m sure he doesn’t think of you that way. You work with him. He’s seen how smart you are on the job. Where is this all coming from?” Jill asked.

“I think I was enamored by his good looks and charm at first. The fact he’s older was a turn-on for me. But I feel like spreading my wings. Bryan thinks I’m acting like a spoiled brat and there’s where the structure comment came into play.”

“What does he mean by a structured relationship?” Jill asked.

“He is ready to move to the next level. Along with that comes a set of rules. If I don’t follow the rules, he wants to�punish�me. Can you believe that? And we’ve had some discussions about intimacy. His idea and my idea are a little different. He’s been around the block a few times, let’s just say. He knows about things I’ve never even heard of.”

“Bryan? Are you serious?”

“Serious as a heart attack,” Jan replied as she took a bite of her dill pickle spear.

“Wow, you just never know, do you? So, about the punishing part, you�don’t like that idea much?”

“I know some couples are into that, but I guess I’m just a little too independent. I don’t like the idea at all.”

“Has he ever�?”

“No!”

“Are you really thinking about breaking up with him?”

“Yes, I am. I hope to be able to continue working with him, but I think I need to test the waters, date some other guys. I thought Bryan was the one, but now I’m just not sure. I’m very confused.”

“Do what you have to do, Jan. Your job is secure. Jarrod is your employer, not Bryan. You work with Bryan, not for him.”

“Bryan may not take the breakup well. On the other hand, he may find he wants to be with someone more his age.”

“He isn’t that much older, eight years isn’t a lot,” Jill pointed out.

“It is if two people are light years away from each other in what they want in a relationship.”

“I guess that’s true. You can come to me anytime you need to talk. Just be careful. Make sure you can live without him before you take a chance on losing him forever.”

“I’ll be very careful in making this decision, believe me.”

“We’d better head back. I have a full afternoon ahead of me,” Jill said as she gathered her things and stood up.

“Thanks for the chat. Thank God Bryan is at the site with Jarrod today. I really need some time away from him.”

“When a girl says that about her boyfriend, something isn’t right,” Jill answered. “Maybe you do need a break from each other.”

The rest of the afternoon Jan spent catching up on work and thinking about her situation. By the time the end of the workday arrived she had come to a decision. She was going to take a few days off work and she was going to tell Bryan they needed to take a break.

She knew it wasn’t going to be an easy task to tell him. They were planning to order pizza at her place that evening when he returned from the job site. She would tell him after dinner.

As she walked to the parking garage, her cell rang. “Hello,” she answered.

“Babe, I’m tied up at the site, so Jarrod and I are going to grab a bite up here. I won’t be over tonight.”

“Okay, we’ll make it another night,” she said, partially disappointed and partially relieved she didn’t have to tell him of her decision until another time.

“Are you going to stay home?” he asked.

“I guess so, I really haven’t had a chance to decide what I’ll do,” she replied, resenting the question.

“I have to go, we’ll talk tomorrow.”

“All right, but I’m going to be taking a few days off. I’ll go ahead and come in tomorrow though.”

“Why do you need time off?” he asked.

“We’ll discuss it later. You have to go,” she said, desperately wanting to end the call.

“Okay, Babe, I’ll see you tomorrow. Love you,” he said as he ended the call.

Love you�did he really mean that or was it just a convenient and comfortable phrase? Did he have her best interests at heart, or did he want complete control in the relationship? She hadn’t been able to figure it all out, and her inexperience didn’t help matters at all. If only she knew someone who could help her. She had talked to Jill, but she wouldn’t understand, neither would her mother. She wasn’t close to her sister-in-law, so that left virtually no one to confide in. She was too embarrassed to tell her friends about the kind of relationship Bryan wanted.

The decision would have to be a personal one. But it could wait just a little while longer. As Jill had pointed out, she had to be absolutely certain she could live without him because she knew that chances were, if she did this, she would lose him forever.

On the other hand, Bryan wanted total submission on her part. Her free spirit couldn’t quite come to terms with that concept. Bryan was sweet, considerate, and loving. But if they moved forward, he had been very clear about the kind of relationship he expected. Back to square one, Jan spent the greater part of the evening pondering the pros and cons of both scenarios, breaking up with him or entering into the kind of relationship he wanted.

By morning, she was bleary-eyed, tired and sorry she had agreed to go in to work. Gulping down a piece of toast and grabbing a cup of coffee on the run, she raced out the door and drove to work, dreading for Bryan to see the way she looked. He would comment on it, she felt sure.

She said hello to the receptionist and headed for her office. She noticed as she walked by that Bryan was not in his own office. Was he out for the day to the site, or was he in the building? It didn’t take long for her question to be answered as he poked his head in her door as soon as she’d sat down.

“Good morning,” he said with a smile.

“Hello,” she replied. “Was it really late when you got in last night?”

“Around nine, we ran into some issues at the site and Jarrod wanted to clear it all up before we left.”

“It’s cleared up then?” she asked.

“Yes, it sure is. Now, how about our pizza night? Are we on for tonight?”

“I’m a little tired. I didn’t sleep well last night and I was hoping for an early night tonight. Can we make it tomorrow night instead?” she asked as she sipped her coffee.

“Are you coming down with something?” he asked.

“I don’t think so, just one of those nights I couldn’t sleep.”

“You look a little worse for wear, so yes; you can have an early night tonight. I’ll see you later. Maybe you can knock off early if you get caught up with the designs for the new site.”

“Gee thanks, a girl always wants to be told how awful she looks,” she teased.

“Jan, you know you are always beautiful to me. That doesn’t hide the fact your eyes are bloodshot and you don’t seem to be your usual chipper self.”

“Okay, I get the picture. Now let me get to work.”

“I’ll catch you later. Let me know if you leave early.”

“Sure, Bryan,” she replied as she picked up the designs she’d been working on the day before and prepared to work on them.

She sighed as he quietly closed her office door behind him. He’d always been considerate at work. Actually, he’d always been considerate period. If it wasn’t for his attitude on relationships, he’d be the perfect guy.

She thought back to the early days when they began dating. Then she thought about the night they’d first discussed moving forward in their relationship and how shocked she’d been to learn he expected her complete submission�in every way. Was he from the fifties or what?

She struggled to stay awake all morning as she finished her work. When lunchtime arrived, she called out for a salad to be delivered and ate at her desk alone. She sat back in her chair and closed her eyes, relaxing for the remainder of her lunch hour before resuming her work. At three o’clock, she turned off the computer, locked her work away in a file cabinet, and locked her desk.

She called Bryan and when he answered she said, “I’m going home now. I’ll see you tomorrow. I’ve decided to postpone my few days off for a while.”

“We’ll talk about that tomorrow night. I still don’t understand why you need time off. Are you going away?”

“I’m not sure, Bryan. I just felt like I needed a break. You’re right; we’ll talk about it later. I’m going home and going to bed.”

“Get some good rest, babe. Love you.”

“Bye, Bryan.”

As soon as Jan entered the apartment she’d taken over from Jill when she’d married Jarrod, she kicked off her shoes, threw down her purse and headed for the bedroom. She collapsed on the bed in her clothes and was asleep within minutes. The sleepless night and the day’s work had definitely taken a toll. Usually full of energy, the decision weighing on her heart had drained her both physically and mentally.

Several hours later, she woke up, got her bearings and changed into her pajamas. Looking at the bedside clock, she saw that it was nine o’clock.

“I guess I should eat some dinner,” she said aloud as she walked to the kitchen. Taking a can of tomato basil soup from the cupboard, she warmed it on the stove, poured it into a large mug and carried it back to the bedroom where she flipped on the television set and settled down to watch a movie. Finding she couldn’t concentrate, as soon as she’d finished her soup, she turned out the lights and went back to sleep, happy for the reprieve from her thoughts of Bryan.

The next morning she felt refreshed and ready to set the world on fire. Smiling, she entered the offices of Baine Construction and spoke to everyone she saw before making her way to her office. She poured a cup of coffee and sat down to tackle the day’s tasks. Just as she was getting caught up on her emails, Bryan poked his head in to say hello.

“Hey, baby, did you sleep well? I didn’t hear a peep out of you all night, so I didn’t bother you.”

“I did sleep and thanks for not texting or calling. I really needed the rest.”

“We still on for tonight?” he asked.

“Sure, come over around seven.”

“I’ll bring the pizza. The usual?” he asked with a grin.

“Yep, that’s fine with me,” she replied lightly.

Smiling as she began to work, she thought to herself, I’m going to let this decision ride for a while.

Perhaps it was the good night’s sleep from the previous night, or maybe she just wasn’t ready to give up on him yet, but whatever the reason, Jan was determined to try and change Bryan’s mind about the structured relationship he was so adamant he wanted.

christy89 on 08/24/2014 08:29pm
I was back and forth about this story. I felt that because Janis had made some poor decisions in the past that everyone in the story was entirely too quick to blame her for having any reaction other than the one they thought she was supposed to have. I felt like she wasn't allowed to question any aspect of her relationship, or anything Brian did that she didn't agree with. It seemed like her sister,Jill, Jarrod and her friend Darcy all expected her to agree with anything Brian did with no question, no allowing her to have an opinion or actual feelings about it. I felt the end wasn't authentic, as she was expected to change and give in about everything while Brian wasn't expected to change at all. Relationships are all about compromise, even DD relationships. No one is right all the time and each person should be allowed to express their true feelings and opinions and have them listened to, which Jan was never allowed to do. She was simply expected to do what Brian expected. So I didn't love this story and felt that Brian's parents and Lindsay's capitulation to the wedding was glossing over the very real issues that Jan and Brian had.
christy89 on 08/24/2014 08:29pm
I was back and forth about this story. I felt that because Janis had made some poor decisions in the past that everyone in the story was entirely too quick to blame her for having any reaction other than the one they thought she was supposed to have. I felt like she wasn't allowed to question any aspect of her relationship, or anything Brian did that she didn't agree with. It seemed like her sister,Jill, Jarrod and her friend Darcy all expected her to agree with anything Brian did with no question, no allowing her to have an opinion or actual feelings about it. I felt the end wasn't authentic, as she was expected to change and give in about everything while Brian wasn't expected to change at all. Relationships are all about compromise, even DD relationships. No one is right all the time and each person should be allowed to express their true feelings and opinions and have them listened to, which Jan was never allowed to do. She was simply expected to do what Brian expected. So I didn't love this story and felt that Brian's parents and Lindsay's capitulation to the wedding was glossing over the very real issues that Jan and Brian had.
DKT on 08/24/2014 08:02pm
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this well written story. Isabella Kole does a great job captivating the reader and sucking you right into the romance of Bryan and Janice. Bryan wants to take the next step in his relationship with Janice. Janice isn’t willing nor is she ready to make that kind of commitment. She quickly falls into her old ways but finds she isn’t really happy. Tragedy strikes and she is forced to face real life and grow up. She discovers what she really wants and what really matters. You can certainly feel the love this couple has for each other.
DKT on 08/24/2014 08:02pm
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this well written story. Isabella Kole does a great job captivating the reader and sucking you right into the romance of Bryan and Janice. Bryan wants to take the next step in his relationship with Janice. Janice isn۪t willing nor is she ready to make that kind of commitment. She quickly falls into her old ways but finds she isn۪t really happy. Tragedy strikes and she is forced to face real life and grow up. She discovers what she really wants and what really matters. You can certainly feel the love this couple has for each other.
Denise on 07/30/2014 09:34am
I did not read the first book, it just didn't interest me; but was glad i could read this book without having to read the first. I think i am the only reviewer who sides with Jan in a lot of the book. If i had a sister likes hers i would look for someone else to tell my problems too. It almost seemed like jill wasn't her friend in any way or her confidante. She never seemed to agree with what her sister was telling her and would rather take the other persons side. The other thing was, why wasn't Darcy in the wedding, if she was supposed to be her best friend. When she wakes up in the hospital after being unconscious for 2 days, every seems to gang up on her and make her feel this was her fault. I really had no use for Bryan. Will discuss this later, he said; when he had no reason to say that since they were separated. Bryan seemed very cold and controlling, who doesn't want to spend as much time as they can with their fiance, not this guy. Oh, i have to get up in the morning. Give me a break. I think it may be the way the author words things that i have an issue with. Specifically the dinner with his parents. I saw nothing wrong with how she wanted to leave, I would want to leave as well. So maybe if it was worded that she started screaming and yelling at Bryan it would be different. Not a real fan of this story, thought it was unbelievable and contradicting in its writing.
Denise on 07/30/2014 09:34am
I did not read the first book, it just didn't interest me; but was glad i could read this book without having to read the first. I think i am the only reviewer who sides with Jan in a lot of the book. If i had a sister likes hers i would look for someone else to tell my problems too. It almost seemed like jill wasn't her friend in any way or her confidante. She never seemed to agree with what her sister was telling her and would rather take the other persons side. The other thing was, why wasn't Darcy in the wedding, if she was supposed to be her best friend. When she wakes up in the hospital after being unconscious for 2 days, every seems to gang up on her and make her feel this was her fault. I really had no use for Bryan. Will discuss this later, he said; when he had no reason to say that since they were separated. Bryan seemed very cold and controlling, who doesn't want to spend as much time as they can with their fiance, not this guy. Oh, i have to get up in the morning. Give me a break. I think it may be the way the author words things that i have an issue with. Specifically the dinner with his parents. I saw nothing wrong with how she wanted to leave, I would want to leave as well. So maybe if it was worded that she started screaming and yelling at Bryan it would be different. Not a real fan of this story, thought it was unbelievable and contradicting in its writing.
Rhonda on 07/27/2014 09:45am
After reading Jill and Jarrod's story in Accepting His Terms, I was really looking forward to the sequel about her sister Janis and Bryan. Unfortunately while the writing itself was just as good the storyline and characters just didn't resonate with me. I never felt than Janis ever really came to grips with the DD relationship Bryan wanted and needed.
Rhonda on 07/27/2014 09:45am
After reading Jill and Jarrod's story in Accepting His Terms, I was really looking forward to the sequel about her sister Janis and Bryan. Unfortunately while the writing itself was just as good the storyline and characters just didn't resonate with me. I never felt than Janis ever really came to grips with the DD relationship Bryan wanted and needed.
JL on 07/24/2014 07:17pm
This book is the most mild spanking story I have ever read. I wish I could say I liked it more then three stars but I found Jan to be a bit unlikable and while the story has good parts there is just to much I want to be with you and then no I don't want a relatioship with from Jan. If your very new to spanking books this is a good start and the story of Jan sister Jill is best read first.
JL on 07/24/2014 07:17pm
This book is the most mild spanking story I have ever read. I wish I could say I liked it more then three stars but I found Jan to be a bit unlikable and while the story has good parts there is just to much I want to be with you and then no I don't want a relatioship with from Jan. If your very new to spanking books this is a good start and the story of Jan sister Jill is best read first.
KTellep on 07/23/2014 07:00pm
Finished this book in one day as Isabella weaves a story if "differences" in relationships and sucks you right in. Can Janis truly submit to Bryan in all aspects and commit to him forever? Guess you need to read it to find out!! Another beautifully written story. She is becoming a master of story telling with real life plots
KTellep on 07/23/2014 07:00pm
"Finished this book in one day as Isabella weaves a story if ""differences"" in relationships and sucks you right in. Can Janis truly submit to Bryan in all aspects and commit to him forever? Guess you need to read it to find out!! Another beautifully written story. She is becoming a master of story telling with real life plots"
Reading for Fun on 07/23/2014 06:52pm
I've never read a book re: Domestic Discipline before. This book was tastefully written done. A hot read. Bryan and Janice don't have your typical relationship sometimes you need that something extra - this story has that. I loved it and recommed
Reading for Fun on 07/23/2014 06:52pm
I've never read a book re: Domestic Discipline before. This book was tastefully written done. A hot read. Bryan and Janice don't have your typical relationship sometimes you need that something extra - this story has that. I loved it and recommed
WOW Factor on 07/23/2014 04:06pm
OMG Isabella Kole is just amazing. I loved reading Submitting to Bryan. The attraction, the domance, the sex, and love is all a wow factor. They story just captivates you from start to finish. This is one of those books that you just can't put down. I can not wait for her next book. I'm definitely am going to recommend this book to everyone I know.
WOW Factor on 07/23/2014 04:06pm
OMG Isabella Kole is just amazing. I loved reading Submitting to Bryan. The attraction, the domance, the sex, and love is all a wow factor. They story just captivates you from start to finish. This is one of those books that you just can't put down. I can not wait for her next book. I'm definitely am going to recommend this book to everyone I know.
Cynthia on 07/22/2014 05:29pm
Holds your attention - realistic read, interesting twists in the plot. This is the story of Janis and Bryan. With all couples there are compromises to be made. A story of "discipline," maturity, and understanding that things are not always straight and narrow. Great story - a story I would recommend and do!
Cynthia on 07/22/2014 05:29pm
"Holds your attention - realistic read, interesting twists in the plot. This is the story of Janis and Bryan. With all couples there are compromises to be made. A story of ""discipline,"" maturity, and understanding that things are not always straight and narrow. Great story - a story I would recommend and do!"
K Tyler on 07/21/2014 10:00pm
Wow! What a good story! This was a sequel and I read it first. So it is able to stand alone. This is the story of a woman who falls in love with and traditional man who believes in DD. She has a hard time accepting it but learns that love can concur all. This author does a good job capturing and keeping your interest. I liked the story and would love to learn Lindsey story. This an author to look out for. The story keeps you engaged to the very end.
K Tyler on 07/21/2014 10:00pm
Wow! What a good story! This was a sequel and I read it first. So it is able to stand alone. This is the story of a woman who falls in love with and traditional man who believes in DD. She has a hard time accepting it but learns that love can concur all. This author does a good job capturing and keeping your interest. I liked the story and would love to learn Lindsey story. This an author to look out for. The story keeps you engaged to the very end.
Anne on 07/20/2014 08:57am
This book rocked my socks off. It's a hot, dramatic, suspenseful, romantic read. Can Janis accept what Bryan is trying to give her or will her stubbornness cost her more than she bargains for? This book was really well written, fantastic story about two people who are meant to be together. I highly recommend it.
Anne on 07/20/2014 08:57am
This book rocked my socks off. It's a hot, dramatic, suspenseful, romantic read. Can Janis accept what Bryan is trying to give her or will her stubbornness cost her more than she bargains for? This book was really well written, fantastic story about two people who are meant to be together. I highly recommend it.
Marybeth on 07/19/2014 11:27pm
I liked this book more than the first one. To me, there was more background and more description. We met Jan and Bryan in the last book. Jan is Jill’s sister. Bryan is an architect at Jarrod’s company. Jan and Bryan have been working together and dating for over a year. Bryan thinks that Jan is immature and impulsive. He wants to have a domestic discipline relationship to help her when she makes hasty decisions. Jan is not sure that she wants that kind of relationship. At first, she breaks up with Bryan and starts going out with her college friends. But, she soon realizes that she has matured past this behavior and wants to move on. There is a tragedy and they have to work past that. They do manage to get back together and start to plan their wedding. But, then there are problems with Bryan’s family. I liked this story. I don’t agree with some of the times that Bryan spanked Jan. I really didn’t think she deserved it, even though they are very mild. But, both Jan and Bryan are very likeable characters. I give this story 5 stars.
Marybeth on 07/19/2014 11:27pm
I liked this book more than the first one. To me, there was more background and more description. We met Jan and Bryan in the last book. Jan is Jill۪s sister. Bryan is an architect at Jarrod۪s company. Jan and Bryan have been working together and dating for over a year. Bryan thinks that Jan is immature and impulsive. He wants to have a domestic discipline relationship to help her when she makes hasty decisions. Jan is not sure that she wants that kind of relationship. At first, she breaks up with Bryan and starts going out with her college friends. But, she soon realizes that she has matured past this behavior and wants to move on. There is a tragedy and they have to work past that. They do manage to get back together and start to plan their wedding. But, then there are problems with Bryan۪s family. I liked this story. I don۪t agree with some of the times that Bryan spanked Jan. I really didn۪t think she deserved it, even though they are very mild. But, both Jan and Bryan are very likeable characters. I give this story 5 stars.
Redrabbitt on 07/19/2014 10:05pm
Submitting To Bryan Heart, Body and Soul Janis Lincoln and Bryan Walsh are co-architects at the company owned by her brother in law. They are dating and as they start talking about marriage he shares with her the type of marriage he expects to have will include domestic discipline. She isn't sure she can go along with that. The first time he spanks her she demands he leaves and it is over. She decides to go back to her clubbing ways with her old college friends, even going out with an old flame who is big into partying and heavy drinking. Refusing to let her drive after he has been drinking, they get into an argument, he losing control of the car, goes over an embankment where he is killed on impact, and she is in unconscious for two days. She knows that she has to change her ways and she and Bryan agree to continue their relationship and become engaged and take their relationship to a physical level. But rocky roads are ahead, his parents want him to marry Lindsey whom they have raised in their home since her parents died when she was three. Can Bryan and Janis make their relationship work when she is unsure of his demands of domestic discipline, his parents against the marriage, questioning the relationship between him and Lindsey and the insecurity on her part. Is love enough for them to make it.
Redrabbitt on 07/19/2014 10:05pm
Submitting To Bryan Heart, Body and Soul Janis Lincoln and Bryan Walsh are co-architects at the company owned by her brother in law. They are dating and as they start talking about marriage he shares with her the type of marriage he expects to have will include domestic discipline. She isn't sure she can go along with that. The first time he spanks her she demands he leaves and it is over. She decides to go back to her clubbing ways with her old college friends, even going out with an old flame who is big into partying and heavy drinking. Refusing to let her drive after he has been drinking, they get into an argument, he losing control of the car, goes over an embankment where he is killed on impact, and she is in unconscious for two days. She knows that she has to change her ways and she and Bryan agree to continue their relationship and become engaged and take their relationship to a physical level. But rocky roads are ahead, his parents want him to marry Lindsey whom they have raised in their home since her parents died when she was three. Can Bryan and Janis make their relationship work when she is unsure of his demands of domestic discipline, his parents against the marriage, questioning the relationship between him and Lindsey and the insecurity on her part. Is love enough for them to make it.
Timberlan127 on 07/19/2014 05:01am
I really enjoyed this story about Jamie whose boyfriend Bryan wanted a DD relationship. Jamie decides that she really couldn't live with someone who would discipline her for her mistakes. So she breaks up with Bryan. She goes back to her college friends who like to party. When that decision ends tragically it gives her the incentive to think about going back to Bryan.It was interesting to see the progression towards a loving DD relationship for someone who was totally against it.This story was well written and had lots of romance and love. Great Read!!
Timberlan127 on 07/19/2014 05:01am
I really enjoyed this story about Jamie whose boyfriend Bryan wanted a DD relationship. Jamie decides that she really couldn't live with someone who would discipline her for her mistakes. So she breaks up with Bryan. She goes back to her college friends who like to party. When that decision ends tragically it gives her the incentive to think about going back to Bryan.It was interesting to see the progression towards a loving DD relationship for someone who was totally against it.This story was well written and had lots of romance and love. Great Read!!
Bubba on 07/18/2014 08:20pm
I have finished reading Submitting To Bryan by Isabella Kole and was absolutely impressed by this second work by this author. Janis Lincoln and Bryan Walsh are the principle characters. Janis loves Bryan and Bryan loves Janis but Janis is younger than Bryan and somewhat impetuous. Will Janis's "wild side" derail a future with Bryan. I thought the characters were very well developed and the storyline was believable. The other thing that I enjoyed about this story were the twists and turns that were incorporated into the stop. Not only do I give this book 5 stars but I also give it my unwavering recommendation.
Bubba on 07/18/2014 08:20pm
"I have finished reading Submitting To Bryan by Isabella Kole and was absolutely impressed by this second work by this author. Janis Lincoln and Bryan Walsh are the principle characters. Janis loves Bryan and Bryan loves Janis but Janis is younger than Bryan and somewhat impetuous. Will Janis's ""wild side"" derail a future with Bryan. I thought the characters were very well developed and the storyline was believable. The other thing that I enjoyed about this story were the twists and turns that were incorporated into the stop. Not only do I give this book 5 stars but I also give it my unwavering recommendation."
angel on 07/18/2014 04:55pm
Well written story full of action romance and suspense As the Hero steps up and takes our heroine in hand will she ever be able to let him lead and guide her or will she fight him all the way ........
angel on 07/18/2014 04:55pm
Well written story full of action romance and suspense As the Hero steps up and takes our heroine in hand will she ever be able to let him lead and guide her or will she fight him all the way ........

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