The Reclaiming of Ivy Leavold (Markham Hall, #4) by Sierra Simone

The Reclaiming of Ivy Leavold (Markham Hall, #4)

Ivy Leavold knew that when she married Julian Markham almost everything would change, even more so after she gave him a son. What she didn't count on was motherhood and marriage changing her. After the all-consuming demands of parenting threaten to fracture the bond between her and Julian, Julian becomes determined to show his wife that she can be both a mother and his wildcat.

Details The Reclaiming of Ivy Leavold (Markham Hall, #4)

TitleThe Reclaiming of Ivy Leavold (Markham Hall, #4)
Release DateApr 28th, 2015
GenreRomance, Historical Romance, Adult Fiction, Erotica, BDSM, Historical

Reviews The Reclaiming of Ivy Leavold (Markham Hall, #4)

  • ♥ Jx PinkLady Reviews ♥
    I love stories that make me feel and think. Ones that reach angst levels to make my heart beat fast. I love books with powerful heroes who make me swoon and melt. I love kink laced through... even when at times its on the very edge of my comfort levels and far removed from my real life experiences, I like books that push my limits because they're always the ones that make me feel and love the most. The Ivy Leavold series gave me all of this and m...
  • Sophia Triad
    This is like a short epilogue about the life of Ivy as a married woman and a mother. Go ahead.It was almost like a taunt, a dare, daring me to try to make her want me, and I had never been one to turn down a dare.Julian misses his wife as she used to be before she became a mother. Before she cared only for his son, George. He wants his wildcat back. So, after he overcomes his anger and finds his self-control, he will become her teacher and her m...
  • CC
    5++ "I'm Going to Give you what you Need" Stars The Reclaiming of Ivy Leavhold occurs four months after the arrival of baby George. (Can you just imagine what Julian’s heir must look like! So cute!) Ok, enough sweet cuddles because this is one hot f*cking read! Ivy is a devoted and loving mother, but since George’s birth, she is trying to balance her new role. Julian is understanding and patient, but he knows exactly what his wife needs from ...
  • Sher❤ The Fabulous BookLover
    5 StarsThis last book in the series is more like an extended epilogue. It was beautiful and it made me think. Julian and Ivy are married with a child and they are going through a bit of a rut in their marriage and this short novella was all about reclaiming what they once had. I loved it and I LOVE this series. ☆☆5 Stars☆☆This last book in the series is more like an extended epilogue. It was beautiful and it made me think. Julian and Iv...
  • Kitten Mercer
    What a beautiful end to a wonderfully written series. Although a short read, this novella was scorching hot and feverish by all means. Taking place four months after the birth of baby George, The Reclaiming of Ivy Leavold is more like an epilogue to this series and I won't deny I will terribly miss the blistering chemistry and fervent passion between Ivy and kinky Mr. Markham. I hope to see them again soon in Silas and Molly's story. Ms. Sierra S...
  • Kay (❦ ᴗ ❦ ✿) BooksandMe
    The Reclaiming of Ivy Leavold happens 4 months after George, Ivy and Julian’s son, was born.Ivy was going through a phase after giving birth. Being the mama bear that she is, she hesitates having a nanny not seeing anyone good enough to take care of George. And with all her time with the baby, all she wants is some alone time for herself and yet, she feels she has obligations to do as Julian’s wife. Added strain to the situation is Julian bei...
  • Janey
    Ivy Leavold has nowhere to go. Her brother has died, and left her penniless. Her only option is to accept the kind offer of going to live with her late cousin’s husband; Julian Markham.Julian Markham is a serious, handsome and possessive man. He reeks of domination, and it doesn’t take Ivy long to fall under his spell.I’m not a big fan of historical romance, and this may not truly reside within that genre if I was a diehard fan. But to say ...
  • Venus Blancia
    This 36-page or less could have been a long prologue to The Punishment of Ivy Leavold. Well. Thank you for the happy ending.
  • Kat Desi
    This is pretty much an epilogue. I loved it nonetheless!
  • Willow Brooks
    Very Nice!!! Well done little epilogue. Let me start off by saying, I never like when the heroine wants the guy so bad it hurts, but the way this author writes, it just really work well. I will add that I believe this book should have been the epilogue in book three. I love this couple and I'm going to actually miss them.
  • Sorina
    It's 38 pages long. Really, I don't know what I can write about it.
  • Hajar BookLover
    outstanding series. beautifully written. I'll miss kinky hot Mr. Markham
  • Saunders
    absolutely loved this series. looking forward to Moll and Sila's story
  • Paloma *The Romance Queen*
    This story this couple wow just wow WhT am I supposed to do now that’s it’s over
  • Michelle Claypot_Reads
    Absolutely LOVED this novella. Sierra Simone reminds me yet again why she’s my favourite kink author & combines it with the realities of married life like only she can. Definitely recommend
  • . (not active on this account stop adding me)
    y'all ruined this sweet, domestic novella with a*** and it shows
  • She's a Lip Biter
    Loved this final of the series!!!We see that Julian and Ivy struggle to maintain their happily ever after. Following the marriage and birth of their son, things change and the dynamic of the couple seems to get lost in all the new experiences of marriage and parenthood.Julian must find a way to help the love of his life come back to him. Of course, he does that the only way he knows how, with pure dominance! He will get his wildcat back if it tak...
  • Jennifer
    This review is from: The Reclaiming of Ivy Leavold (Markham Hall Book 4) (Kindle Edition)I had read the first three books earlier this year. They were the first "historical" books that I have read that had elements of BDSM in them. I have often said that even if you don't like historical romances that you should still give this series a try. It is very easy to get invested in the characters and forget about the time period. This novella fits righ...
  • Louise Seraphim Reviews
    A very short, but still incredibly good final chapter in Ivy and Julian's story. This final story is only 30 something pages I think, but it shows a small part of their life after everything has settled, and they are now experiencing married life, and parenthood, but also a little glitch in their normally incredible sex life. As always these characters are perfect, and I love the way Julian deals with things in his own brute, roguish way. Proving...
  • Tiffany Johnson
    Ivy and Julian have a child and then what happens? Ivy forgets how to be Ivy and Julian has to find a way to remind her who she is and prove to her that she can be a mother, wife, and her former self all at the same time. It was pretty relevant as lots of moms lose their identity and their former selves once kids come along.
  • Claire Armstrong
    nice short read happy there both still happy
  • Gabriela
    Lovley Wonderfull little novella , it shows that they are truly a wondefull couple that are mane for each other and can go on the long haul , sexy and sweet
  • Astraycat
    A special ending of this series.
  • Kimberly / Love Notes Book Blog
    This was a novella of life after parenthood for Ivy and Julian. It was short, but enjoyable!
  • Wangari
    a fantastic ending to a fantastic series. Bravo Sierra
  • Joyce Pennington
    A short and wonderful ending to The Markham Hall series. Loved it.Still full hotness!
  • Dawn
    A wonderful completion to the story of Ivy & Julian.
  • Ruth
    Very short novella that was really just husband trying to seduce his wife back into their great sex life, post birth of their first child..Was really no point, but I had to finish the entire series....
  • Angelika
    #historical #erotic #dual-pov #part-of-a-series #bdsm Hot and sweet addition to the main story.
  • Angela Goodrich
    Normally I wouldn’t use my monthly Prime borrow on a novelette, but as I have loved every installment in the Markham Hall series and really didn’t have the time to read a full-length novel, I “splurged” and borrowed The Reclaiming of Ivy Leavold. First thing you should know is that you absolutely should not read this book without reading the previous three installments. In order to get the full effect of this novelette and appreciate just...