Shadow’s Review – Walk Between the Raindrops (Suncoast Society) by Tymber Dalton

This was an exciting book and one that was hard to put down. It had a complex, fascinating plot, great characterizations and suspense. ~ Shadow, Guilty Pleasures 

[Siren Sensations: Erotic Consensual BDSM Romantic Suspense, M/F, HEA]

When June’s twin sister July was murdered at seventeen, only Scrye’s love and strength kept June going, even as her world fell apart around her. That very love means she can never reveal to him the dark secrets she harbors surrounding that stormy night.

Or what she did to make things right.

Years before Mark was known as Scrye the rope guy, he’d loved June completely and knew he’d marry her. July’s murder shatters June and her family, leaving Mark, only nineteen, to step forward and take charge. Over twenty years of marriage later, he loves June more than ever and knows he’ll do whatever it takes to keep protecting his wife.

Especially from things she can never know about.

When her painful past is dredged from a river, June has to face demons from that horrible night that threaten to take everything from her. Can she hold the lies together without her sweet sadist ever learning the horrific truth?

** A Siren Erotic Romance

Related Books: This is June and Scrye’s story. Some of the events referenced in this book occur in Vicious Carousel (Suncoast Society 25) but it’s not necessary to read that book first. (It just gives you more backstory.)

The other books in the Suncoast Series are standalone works, but are best read in the following order to reduce spoilers:
Safe Harbor Cardinal’s Rule Domme by Default The Reluctant Dom The Denim Dom Pinch Me Broken Toy A Clean Sweep A Roll of the Dice His Canvas A Lovely Shade of Ouch Crafty Bastards A Merry Little Kinkmas Sapiosexual A Very Kinky Valentine’s Day Things Made Right Click Spank or Treat A Turn of the Screwed Chains Kinko de Mayo Broken Arrow Out of the Spotlight Friends Like These Vicious Carousel Hot Sauce Open Doors One Ring Vulnerable The Strength of the Pack Initiative Impact Liability Switchy Rhymes With Orange Beware Falling Ice Beware Falling Rocks Dangerous Curves Ahead Two Against Nature Home at Last A Kinkmas Carol Ask DNA Time Out of Mind Happy Valenkink’s Day Splendid Isolation Similar to Rain Happy Spank Patrick’s Day Fire in the Hole Pretzel Logic This Moody Bastard Walk Between the Raindrops Rub Me Raw Any World That I’m Welcome To Heartache Spoken Here Roll With the Punches (Coming July, 2017) See You Sometime (Coming August, 2017) Borderline (Coming August, 2017)

Those of us who follow Tymber Dalton’s Suncoast Society have been demanding June and Scrye’s story for a while now-with the release of Walk Between the Raindrops, we have it and what a story it is!

We have met June in earlier episodes. The tiny gymnastics teacher has been known to terrify men twice her size, but she is a loyal, supportive friend and relies on direction from her husband and Dom, Mark, also known as Skrye.

We’ve had indications in the past that June is hiding a secret-one the reader can guess, and in this book we find out for sure what she’s faced in the past. But we find out because she has to face another moral crisis-shooting someone to protect the school children she’s chaperoning. It turns out the man she shot was a video blogger who was just trying to scare the kids -and one of his followers blames June for the death, even though the authorities declare it a righteous shooting. How will she handle the death threats and harassment she faces- and can Skrye live with her choices?
This was a highly emotional story, and it touches on a number of volatile society issues, including concealed carry, unethical vloggers, and other topics. June is an incredibly strong character with some flaws and Scrye is just remarkable- gentle, strong, non-judgmental, and patient. He will do whatever it takes to protect June and make her happy.

This was an exciting book and one that was hard to put down. It had a complex, fascinating plot, great characterizations and suspense. Don’t expect a lighthearted romp, although there is some humor, but a thoughtful, book that reflects some of the issues of the times.

Review copy provided for a voluntary review.

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