: Damaged Goods (New York) (): Lainey Reese, Christian Fox: Books. Review: Damaged Goods by Lainey Reese. September 11, Damaged Goods Lainey Reese Homicide detective Brice Marshall and his partner Kent are . Dominance. Submission. Murder. And that’s just before York, Book 2Homicide detective Brice Marshall’s current case has him stymied and frustrated .

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A serial killer is slaughtering young women. A part that has been left empty in a life ruled by work. Terryn is the sub of his dreams, with the power to ease his soul. Without warning the murder case reaches ugly tentacles into the most private part of his world—the woman he wants to claim as his own. The woman whose stubborn search for the delicate balance between sub life and independence could put her directly in the path of the killer.

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Damaged Goods (New York, #2) by Lainey Reese

Aug 08, Baba rated it it was ok Shelves: Review completed December 9, 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 laineg with BDSM is damxged interesting. Ultimately, though, I had expected better of it and I ended up disappointed.

That said, I continuously dropped my rating.

Damaged Goods

Honestly, this was such a huge bummer Review completed December 9, Yes, I am. Honestly, this was such a huge bummer read the spoiler. The beginning of Damaged Goods was good and when the author described how the killer butchered the women and revealed the gory details I just expected some nice suspense gpods the BDSM aspect of the story.

Sadly, this was not going to happen though. And here comes an honest advice to those readers who are in erese of a gore fix: There’s just plenty of BDSM sex and not the best I’ve read to date and not enough well developed plot let alone suspense.

Hence, I felt that the suspense part was just a minor subplot–absolutely forgettable. In addition, the police procedurals didn’t convince me either. The constant snarling, scowling, growling, groaning, screaming, shouting and ever present wet p ssies and the huge and rock hard c cks and multiple orgasms were all over the place and started to slightly unnerve me.


Oh, and no, I am not jealous. It was neither believable nor well done. Well, the worst is yet to come. Was she brave enough to take this big of a gamble? Next thing Baba is reading… About damager Author. Are you f ing kidding me? View all 74 comments. Dec 25, Penny rated it did not like it Shelves: Damaged Goods is a good for me. I didn’t like it.

The story is dull and pure of ridiculous kinky shit. No chemistry at all. Someone is picking off girls and hacking them to death and Brice just needs to forget about homicide and lose himself in a willing submissive.

Terryn totally fits the bill. Brice guides her through her first initial BDSM scenes and Lainey Reese really doesn’t disappoint here with some really very imaginative scenarios!!

Brice was absolutely a dom to die for. He certainly melted my heart. Terryn is the perfect sub to his dom.

We also get to meet the most awesome Texan Dom — Gage. Table For Three 2. View all 6 comments. I also loved the side story with Angie and Kent and then poor Brian.

LOL ; I definitely want a Brice of my own. The New York series continues to be a favorite of mine, especially with the addition of Damaged Goods and I can’t wait to see what is next!! I definitely recommend this series!!! I am one happy girl!!! Feb 13, SissiReads rated it really liked it. 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!!! Aug 23, Nikki rated it really liked it Shelves: Can we say HOT! This book is on fire! Like go change your panties on fire! First lets talk about the sex I am not a sub, nor have I tried that lifestyle, but this book has put thoughts in my head Holy Effing Hell! I am not a sub, nor have I tried that lifestyle, but this book has put thoughts in my head that none have done before!

From the moment he sees Tarryn, he’s got it bad. She’s his walking wet dream and he’s thrilled to learn not only is she a Sub, she’s also new and therefore his to teach. So they strike up a relationship amidst a psycho killer intent on ridding the city of “sluts” aka girls who put out psycho’s reasoning, not mine. The plot was really good and I thought it was pretty believable.


The characters were well written and the author did a great job with all this! I liked the sub blossoming romance between Brice’s partner Kent and Angie. I have not read the first book, as I did not realize there was one, but after figuring that out I will be getting that one too! We meet up with the folks from the first and they are pretty hot too!

I also liked Gage and would really like to see a book come out for him! May 13, Jonetta rated it really liked it Shelves: 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. 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, The second story in this series involves Brice Marshall, cousin of Cade Marshall who was introduced in the first book. As Brice becomes more deeply involved with Terryn, he also has to deal with the realization that she might be in the path of the killer. The suspense aspect of the story was high, equally balanced with the erotica and adding to the sexual tension, as if that needed any help.

It allowed me to explore the BDSM world through her perspective as Brice helped her understand the roles and behaviors. And, the main character for the next book, Gage Hollister, makes an appearance here that left me breathless.

Reese does a really good job of weaving mystery, suspense, romance and erotica into a solid and interesting story. I liked the characters, even though Doms are not necessarily my favorite hero choices. I enjoyed the book and am anxiously waiting for the next one in the series. View all 4 comments. Mar 21, Heather in FL rated it liked it Shelves: 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.