Saturday, 12 March 2016

Review - Rubies and Silk (The Tienimi Club series, #4) by Aurelia Fray




Title: Rubies and Silk (The Tienimi Club series, #4)
Author: Aurelia Fray
Pages: 187
Publisher: Hot Ink Press
Release date: 11th March 2016

Blurb from Goodreads: 

Powerful, beautiful, and in control of every aspect of her life, Milly Blake’s success comes from years of hard work, a drive to be better, and the absolute refusal to ever be humiliated again. Romance has taken a backseat and, other than a longing to be reunited with the stranger who saved her, romantic relationships have always seemed too trivial for her tastes. Even Milly’s kinkier pursuits and extracurriculars have been nothing more than another grasp at control to appease her need for dominance.

Ayron Winters is the only person in Milly’s life who sees her obsession with control as just another way of hiding the pain. After witnessing her break, he swore he’d return to her, but for Milly to finally have it all, she has to learn to let go. And for Ayron, that might mean pushing her away.




 



 My Review:

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Aurelia Fray*

5/5 stars

Milly Blake likes to be in control of every aspect of her life, especially after she was humiliated by her brother. Milly has never known love and the only time she felt something stir within her was the night the stranger rescued her from the stage.
Ayron Winters, the man that saved Milly, promised that he would come back for her. He intends to keep his word.
Will Milly recognise him?
Will she be able to give up her need for control?


Milly was in some of the previous books in the series (every book can be read as a standalone but I would recommend reading them in order for the full experience) and I was intrigued to see what her story would be. I was not disappointed! Emotionally scarred by the events of her past, it's understandable why Milly needed to feel in control all the time.
I liked reading as Milly interacted with other characters that have been in the series like Jane and Penny.
Ayron isn't one of my favourite males in the series but I loved how he bought Milly out of her shell and how caring he was towards her.
The plot was gripping and I couldn't wait to see what would happen between Milly and Ayron.
Another thrilling instalment to one of my favourite series.
Can't wait for the next book!