Author: Sara Brookes
Genre: Erotic Romance
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
It’s not very often I read anything that isn’t paranormal. What can I say? I’m a supernatural lover. But when this book came to my attention, I couldn’t help but dig in. And let me say, I wasn’t disappointed.
Never reading a book that dappled into bondage I wasn’t quite sure if I’d fall in love with it, or blush the entire time I read it. I can honestly say that this was the perfect story for me to be introduced to such a thing. Since Allison was new to this as well, I learned through her experiences, and more than once, I wished I was her.
But it’s more than handcuffs and demands, there’s a wonderful love story here. Allison is a typical geek, computers and video games are her life, and I loved that about the story. How the character wasn’t a perfect beauty queen. She came off as very real and I connected with her immediately. Patrick is charming and so attentive of Allison. He’s easily labelled as swoon material.
Together they experienced new things together, changing and growing as the story progresses in ways neither of them could have imagined. All I call say is, if you’re looking for a romance that’s got a little edge to it, then this is a book you have to get.
Women aren’t supposed to be geeks. They aren’t supposed to fix computer networks with expert ease either, but tell that to Allison—the resident computer guru in the small town of Gatlin Falls, Virginia.
Enthralled by watching her work so effortlessly, Patrick agrees to accompany Allison for a night at the movies so he can learn more about her. Even though he’s a perfect gentleman who prides himself on knowing exactly what a woman wants—and when she wants it—he can’t keep away from her. One scorching kiss in a dark theater changes everything.
Allison quickly learns Patrick’s definition of hardware is vastly different than her own and she allows him guide her on a path where she discovers new heights of passion she’s never imagined before. Taken by the calm she feels when she is around him, she is pulled into a world where there is comfort in wearing a pair of cuffs and sanctuary in accepting a collar.
A LINE THAT HAD ME DROOLING WITH WORD ENVY ― “You have your computers and games,” he whispered quietly as he lifted her other hand and pressed another kiss to the delicate skin. “And I have my own version of hardware.”