Keep Me Safe, by Maya Banks

The first book in the Maya Banks’ new trilogy Keep Me Safe, by Maya banks centers around a psychic, Ramie, who can find murderers by placing her consciousness into the murder’s victim’s mind, and from there pinpointing their location. Caleb, the main male character, hunts Ramie down when his sister, Tori goes missing, and forces the horrible experience into Ramie. After seeing what he has done he vows to make it up to her, but when he returns to do so, she’s gone. He looks endlessly for a year until he happens upon her and a steamy romance ensues. Meanwhile, the man who captured Tori, and before her, Ramie, is on the hunt for the one that got away (Ramie) he is in her mind and he let’s her know. This puts a strain on her sanity and Ramie’s relationship with Caleb, but she will do anything to stop him, including going though another awful experience that just might kill her.
Maya Banks did it again! This is an amazing start to a wonderful series, within a day and a half of the publisher sending it to me I had finished the book. The story isn’t too out of this world in that it is tangible to actually happen with a great romantic flair and the characters are very real and raw. All in all I recommend this book to every romance, mystery, action, crime and Maya Banks book fan!

Letting go, by Maya Banks

Letting Go, by Maya Banks is a book one of a trilogy; however the series is broken down so that each book follows a different character. In letting go the main plot follows Josselyn Breckenridge, who’s husband (Carson)died three years ago and she has finally decided to let him go. Dash, Carson’s best friend has been in love with Joss since he first laid eyes on her and can give her the one thing Carson couldn’t, dominance. When Joss is finally ready to let Carson go Dash jumps into the picture and sweeps her off her feat offering her everything she could ever want in return for her trust, love and submission.
I recommend this steamy summer to anyone who isn’t afraid of some kinks in their fantasy! I think it was a great book and finished it in less then a day. It’s steamy like the beloved fifty shades, but has an actual plot without unrealistic sexual scenes on every other page. Enjoy!