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Something in the Way He Needs

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2013


    Loved it! Great book in the series. Full of heartbreak and love. The synopsis makes it seem like it's a full on bdsm kink story, but it's not. While there are elements of D/s, they are soft and played down, so those who aren't into that will enjoy the book.

    The only thing that kept it from five stars was the abrupt ending. I would have liked to have read just a bit more and felt like they settled down together, instead of stopping just when they made up. But overall, great story. 400+ pgs

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  • Posted January 7, 2015

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    Let's start with why I adore Cardeno C. The stories are always a

    Let's start with why I adore Cardeno C. The stories are always a soft build immersed with heat and heart. In this book, which is the first of the family series we have Asher who is a dominant hard nosed cop. He doesn't want a relationship but he loves the pleasure of a submissive.

    On a weekend long bachelor trip in Vegas for his best friend Ollie. He comes across a young man who bumbles his way through Vegas. He immediately starts to follow this young man as he's greatly intrigued. Plus there's something about him that makes him want to protect this man.

    Daniel is a free spirit and likes to hide a part of himself with his large clothes and not really looking at where he's going so when he literally stumbles across a large hunk of a man he's immediately smitten to this dominant man.

    The connection is pretty instant with these two and it only grows when Ash finds out this man is Daniel his best friend's little brother. Daniel doesn't do one night stands, so if Ash wants him he has to change his ways , which he does to get a chance with Daniel. After the weekend Ash moves Daniel in and their relationship explodes but this is new for Ash so feelings like jealousy and love are a hard pill for him to swallow. It takes work, change and commitment for this relationship to work for these men, but the reward is everything.

    This book has a great feel to it. You get to see the growth of Asher and the bond grow between these two which was sweet yet still spicy. As always Cardeno C. knows how to infuse so much emotion and heart into these stories that you are reeled in from beginning to end routing for the couple.

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    Posted June 27, 2013

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