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  • Posted August 11, 2013

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    As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by PussyWillow 3.5 out o

    As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by PussyWillow

    3.5 out of 5 Licks (books 1 & 2 reviewed together)

    I am going to start out by saying that you really should read these stories together and in order. I am glad I did, I think some nuances of the stories would not make sense otherwise. So I decided to review them that way for those very reasons.

    Re/Bound for me was a little slow at times and I got a little distracted. I loved the premise of the story and action/thriller aspects for me these were a plus. Of the two stories, this was the emotional one for me. I felt so bad for Darcy, not knowing what happened to her first Dom. Just the first scene sets you up for her character and the emotions of the book. I know Malcolm/Theo is just doing his job, but to take Darcy on even more of an emotional roller coaster ride did not make me a big fan. Don't get me wrong I like Malcolm/Theo he is alpha male and protective but a big romantic too.

    Re/Paired, was much more faced paced, kept me in the story. Really Darcy and Katrina are very much alike a few aspects of their stories, Katrina just seems the more worldly one. Katrina is loyal to a fault and that gets her in trouble in this book, when someone close starts stalking her. Katrina wants to be trained as a submissive and what starts out as just trying to protect Kat by Keith turns into training her to be his submissive. Once we get past Keith's hard exterior watch out, he may be a demanding Dom but he has a soft spot a mile wide for Kitty Kat.

    I enjoyed both stories, the BDSM elements of both stories were sexy and well thought out. The female characters were strong, smart and held their own in the stories with the alpha male Doms. Well written stories I would recommend to anyone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2013


    GreaT Book.. Picks up from last book which is a PLUS! Luv the ending... last book being "Re/Bound"...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2013

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