My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I haven’t read any of the other books in this series but I don’t think it made any difference to be honest.
This book was hot as a volcano but it also had a deep emotional connection between Alex and Jamie which was delightful to read.
The author also extends a gentle hand when dealing with the BDSM as it can sometimes be difficult to get across the need for the pain and humiliation.
In this, Jamie is resigned to never finding the deep emotional connection he sees others having in their relationships when a chance conversation with a friend during a tattoo session sends him to Blasphemy.
But Alex is also searching for something meaningful and when he finds an eager Jamie who ticks all his sadistic tendencies, it’s a match made in Heaven.
There are hiccups on the way, but a misunderstanding is dealt with through Alex’s fellow Dom’s making him see how much he’s hurting Jamie and the epilogue is wonderful.
Oh and as a PS, this cover with an image from Wander Aguiar is as hot as the narrative inside 😉
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.