My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I loved this book, it wasn’t anything like us been expecting and it was all the better for that.
When I started reading it, I thought it’d be your typical kink exploration and sexual awakening, but no, it’s so much more.
It throws all of the above in with a dysfunctional family dynamic between Harrison and his older sister Taylor which still manages to be based in support for each other.
Then it adds in an element of suspense with subs going missing and potential human trafficking.
And finally, it brings together an eclectic bunch of people all working together to try and find 17-year-old Arlo.
I loved how everything entwined without ever becoming too overly complicated or dramatic.
Tanya obviously knows her kink and she knows how to play around with the intimacy of finding a perfectly matched pair.
Watching Cash and Harrison navigate their way to happiness via grumpy encounters and dawning awareness is a joy.
I can’t wait for the other two books in the series!
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.