Title: To Have and to Hold (Enchanting Encounters #2)
Author: Tamryn Eradani
Publisher: NineStar Press
Release Date: June 11, 2018
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance, BDSM
Word Count: 57,300
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 3 stars out of 5
Following the success of Project: Notice Me, Kyle and Aidan are now in a three-month extension of their play. If three months wasn’t so short, then it would be everything Kyle wants.
They’ve been together long enough to meet each other’s friends and to try new things. Kyle only hopes that at the end of the three months, he isn’t the only one who wants more.
I have to be honest in saying that I did not read the first book in this series so I missed the build up between the two main characters. So that reason right there may be why I could not really get into this book and the two characters.
This book starts with Kyle and Aidan extending their previous contract of two weeks to three months. Aidan in my opinion seems to be the type of man that holds his cards and feelings close to his chest and he does not open up unless you specifically ask for him to or ask him the right questions.
Kyle on the other hand has all these expectations of what he wants out of his relationship, or in my opinion lack there of relationship. It is almost as if he expects Aidan to know what he wants and when he wants it. In my opinion Kyle is a bit on the selfish side. He has all the expectations of how he wants his and Aidan’s relationship to turn from BDSM to love as well but he does not voice his opinion on this but at the same time expects Aidan to automatically feel the same way.
This book in my opinion is more erotica and less of an actual plot though I am not sure if that is what the author intended. This was a decent read but it was not my favorite. I am more of a person that likes having both a plot to the story and the erotica as well. So for that reason I give this book 3 stars.
I will in the future try more of Tamryn Eradani’s books. I will not base whether I read another book by an author based off of whether I like a particular book or not.