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Sunday, January 24, 2010
Review - Pure Sin By Rynne Raines
Title: Pure Sin
Author: Rynne Raines
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
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Rating: Gotta Read
Whips. Blindfolds. Restraints. And a man rumored to be the most skilled Dom in the city... As the BDSM instructor at the hottest fetish club in Los Angeles, Bianca Alexander prides herself on being open, honest, and informative with her clientele when it comes to kink. The fact that she hasn’t knelt before a master of her own in four long years doesn’t affect her ability to teach, though a part of her longs to be back in her Dom's arms. But when her boss hires Cade Sinclair--her primary rival from a competing club--to assist teaching her classes, Bianca’s comfortable solo act becomes a sinful duet drenched in Pure Sin.
Bianca Alexander loved the independence her job as a BDSM Instructor at Eden, one of the hottest fetish clubs in Los Angeles. When she was told by the owners that if she had a partner, the enrollment in their couples classes would increase, she was all for whatever would help the club. Her teaching partner was not just any teacher, only the hottest, most sought after Dom in the city, Cade Sinclair. Bianca just had to meet him face to face to make sure they were compatible. Oh, they were more than compatible, they were once Dom and submissive. Would they be able to put aside their past to make the future of Eden work?
Pure Sin was quite a tasty morsel. The interaction between Bianca and Cade was engaging. The kind of banter that makes you get angry at them both and refuse to talk to them until they come to their senses. Bianca and her refusal to trust her heart and Cade just assuming that everything would fall into place because he is Cade Sinclair. The sex they had had me thinking, "Hmmmm ... I wonder...". Ms. Raines did what most authors strive to do; grab the reader by the collar and make them want to continue turning the pages and tell those around them, "One more page. One more page."