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  • Posted May 25, 2013

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    Reviewed by: Lori Book provided by: Publisher Review originally

    Reviewed by: Lori
    Book provided by: Publisher
    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book




    This was a short story, only 56 pages, but they really packed a wallop. The story was told in the third person so you were able to gauge the thoughts and feeling from each character.




    Tristy and Grant are best friends and he’s there whenever she has a bad breakup and needs to talk. I have to say that Grant is just a nice guy. He was really likable, and the type of guy you would want to root for. He’s had a thing for Tristy since she moved in but didn’t want to ruin the friendship they formed. He’s a man that is in tune with a woman’s feelings but it doesn’t take away from his manliness. Tristy is a woman that is afraid of the BDSM lifestyle but at the same time is intrigued by it. She trusts Grant, is attracted to him and wants to find out if she could be the type of woman Grant wants.




    This story has a lot of emotional intensity, and not just the sexual parts. Grant and Tristy have a lot of emotional intensity for each other. They each have layers of emotional “stuff”, for lack of a better word, that they are working on which lends to their complexity as a person and is the source of their problems that they need to sort out. I think that Tristy is a more complex character then Grant due to traumas stemming from her childhood. I think that Tristy needs to find out who she is and if submitting to Grant is something she can and wants to do.




    Grant is complex as well, but his stem from his BDSM lifestyle and what he expects from himself and the women he’s with. Grant knows who he is, what he wants, what he expects from himself and the people in his life and won’t accept anything less. How can you fault ideals like that? I like Grant because he’s a standup type of guy that will take care of a situation but won’t make you feel like a helpless child.




    Even though this was a short story it was an entertaining read with lots of sweaty sex, a sexy handsome dominant man and emotional intensity that won’t make you feel uncomfortable but is satisfying.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2012

    Pretty good

    Started off good just alittle disappointed expected more but i'll still keep in my library some hot scenes i've read much better tho this novel didn't pull me completely into the story i'm in the middle on this one

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2012

    Too short

    The story was too short. There were no serious talk between them. It could have expanded more. It has potential. Emotional conflict without going into the why of it with each other. Sex scene were good but the rest was sloppy writing. Each star was taking away for short, no serious conversation, and abrupt ending. 94 pages.

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    Posted January 5, 2013

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