Review ~ Derision by Trisha Wolfe


Derision by Trisha Wolfe


*Dark erotic standalone that may have triggers

Here at Lark and Gannet, you’ll work directly under the partners, being groomed by the most powerful, all-male partnership to handle an exclusive clientele. While within The Firm, your level of training goes deeper, requiring more…varied tasks, which you’re obligated to perform to your Master’s pleasing.

Are you nervous? You should be. Chase Larkin has chosen you to be his submissive.

Alexis Wilde, will you submit?

All I wanted was to save my brother. Something my parents failed to do—and then, I failed him also. As an introvert, getting ahead in the cutthroat law firm required a level of ego stroking I didn’t posses, and that meant my talents were overlooked. Until Chase Larkin noticed me.

My erotic fantasy come to life, Chase is all powerful, all man, all dominant. In one night, he changed my life irrevocably. Now I’m ruined, destined to crave him forever. His scent. His taste. His brutal touch…

If I never followed him to his office that night, then none of this would’ve happened. A stalker on the prowl. Our lives in jeopardy. And only a moment—one pivotal moment—to decide our fate. His life or mine.

*This is a full length, standalone dark romance with an antihero that may trigger uncomfortable feelings for the reader. The court proceedings are centered around tough subject matter.

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spilled coffee

My Cup Runneth Over

Holy. Mother. Trucker.

Derision is Trisha Wolfe on a whole new level. The luxurious sex scenes are there. The hint of suspense is there, lingering in the background, constantly giving me an eye twitch.

Okay, so this is erotica. Like erotic erotica. I’m not even going to go into that aspect other than to say the woman nailed it.

So what on earth am I going to say? Plenty. And it’s almost singularly involving Alexis. While Chase is fantastic in his own right, Alexis was my driving force. The entire – ENTIRE – book I needed to get the answer to one question … Why? Why did this woman want this? I found myself re-reading whole pages, but not because the writing was unclear. NO! Never that! It was because I tend to read only retain 75% of what’s going on. I freaking STUDIED this book. I looked for small clues, tiny pieces that would allow my to truly understand someone so different from myself. And it’s all there. Every bit of that understanding is spread through the pages and revealed beautifully. I wanted to own every one of those words. Etch them into my brain so I could, without a doubt, squeeze every morsel from the story.

I have read a number of books involving characters that are supposed to be like Alexis, and many times “that girl” falls short of what I need, whether it be relatablity, connection, or understanding. Since I have never been in a situation like this, it makes relating to the character difficult (but no impossible). I absolutely felt connected to her, in a protective big-sister way (which says a lot because I’m a whiny, self-obsessed baby of the family). But the understanding of her motivations … that’s the kicker. If I can get that, I’m golden. Let’s clear the air – I got that with Derision.

By the time I finished I gained something amazing. A glimpse into the soul of a person that I would never meet (they sorta don’t exist so…..) and would probably never be able to look at her and say “Oh, I hear that, I feel the same way.” But I could appreciate her thoughts, her needs. I respected her in ways I didn’t expect to.

Now, oddly enough, Chase as easier for me. While I am not organized or anal enough to think like him, I am a controlling freak that need certain aspects of my life to be a certain way. Connecting with Chase was almost second nature. I got him. And for a dude in his position, I (surprisingly) nodded my head in agreement with almost every freaking thing he did. He’s a picky dude, but at his core, he is kind, loving, honest, and trustworthy.


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