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Thursday, November 19, 2009
Review - Hawkeye Two: Bend Me Over by Sierra Cartwright
Author: Sierra Cartwright
Publisher: Loose Id, LLC
Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed By: Roberta
Blurb: Tall, dark, handsome, and oh-so dangerous.
That's Trace Romero, Aimee's new bodyguard. Aimee has no desire to share her home with anyone, especially a Hawkeye operative who invades her space and thoroughly dominates her.
If it were up to him, Trace would be in a South American jungle, mixing it up with bad guys instead of playing bodyguard to the uptight college professor who makes him anything but welcome. But when he finds a stash of her BDSM novels, protecting the professor’s body suddenly gets more interesting.
Aimee would send him on his way, if her sister weren’t so concerned about the break in at her house, and if she hadn’t threatened protective custody. But protective custody might have been slightly less overwhelming than Trace demanding her complete capitulation, mind and body, and more -- her total trust. But that trust may be the only thing standing between her and a madman determined to kill her.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, BDSM theme and content, violence.
Review: Do you like reading books that push your boundaries? Do you enjoy reading about BDSM? If the answer to these questions is yes, you need to pick up this book.
Trace is the type of DOM most SUB's would love or want to have. He gives Aimee the ability to not only trust him but to trust herself. The chemistry these two have is electrifying. Aimee being a novice in the BDSM world helped me to understand the draw of the lifestyle. It is not for everyone. Yet, I saw more trust, patience and understanding in their relationship then I have in one's who don't live the lifestyle.
Some people might find some of the scenes objectionable. I personally found them liberating. You get to watch Aimee and Trace grow in their relationship from beginner to Master. This book is well worth your time and money. So, don't be shy. Push your own boundaries and pick up this book. I promise you won't be disappointed. You will be patiently waiting for the next book in the Hawkeye series.