Where She Belongs (The Forever Collection #1) by Dani Wyatt



Decker Lawrence just opened The Monarch, the crown jewel in his chain of successful nightclubs. Surrounded every day by beautiful women, he’s never been tempted to sample the goods. That is until she stumbles in. With a quirky innocence and curves-for-days, May is about to change this virgin’s life forever.

May Morgan has riches beyond most people’s wildest dreams, but after her parent’s death, none of it will ever be hers. Bound to her upcoming arranged marriage, May dreams of escape. Her crazy idea to slip away and earn money by dancing at a hot nightclub seems like the perfect solution. Except, when the handsome club owner catches sight of her, he offers her far more than just a job.

Decker has waited his whole life for his first time, but he knows what he wants and he doesn’t hesitate to stake his claim. When he discovers what waits for May back at home, Decker sees red. Is one man strong enough to fight the evil forces determined to tear them apart? Will these May to December virgins ever get their fairy tale first time?

Authors Note: The Forever Collection is all virgins, love-at-first-sight, indulgent fantasy. It’s fall hard, fall fast and get right to the sticky bits. If you want to lose yourself for a while with a happily ever after, no cheating and all wrapped up with an obsessed, alpha hero who will stop at nothing to make babies with his woman, then step inside, it’s steamy.


I’m not really onboard with the whole “virgin hero” thing to be honest. If they are in their late teens, early 20’s, then I can talk myself into it being realistic. A 36 year old man who runs a gentleman’s club, and looks like a sex on a stick, ya, that shit ain’t gonna fly…

description“What the fuck? I want her home, and what I mean by home is in my bed, under my roof, with my last name coming right behind the “Mrs.” when she introduces herself.”


Other than the ridiculousness of a 36 year old virgin that talks like a porn star (i’m sure he learned that all on the internet), this one was OK. It was sexy and had some hot sex scenes. Very insta-everything. The heroine came across a bit too childlike in my opinion and that gave it a bit of a creepy vibe. This also had a less than impressive epilogue.

Side Note: There is a line in the book that annoyed the fuck out of me… “standing here chatting and grinning like a fat kid eating cake.” Call me nitpicky, but why the fuck did the author feel the need to add the word FAT into that sentence…NOT cool author…NOT cool.

P.S Please author for the love of god NEVER use the term “PINK-WINK” to describe lady parts EVER again. The World thanks you..



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