Hero: Aleksio. Wants revenge on the mafia man who killed his parents and desperate to find his long lost brother.
Heroine: Mira. Daughter of the man Aleksio wants killed, and childhood friend of Aleksio. He kidnaps her…..then really dirty things happen.
Going to put the scenes under spoiler tags because reasons. *wink*
Annika Martin writes sex scenes that are a little intense and rough. Aleksio is a mafia boss and is demanding in bed. But also at times I giggle. For example:
“Aleksio, we’re in a car chase. Be reasonable.”
Or when he uses a paperweight as a safe word:
I lie back. I want him so bad I can’t think. I’m flying. Trembling. I’m completely his.
He pushes open my legs and stands above me, then he yanks his belt open with a hard jerk and starts unbuttoning his dress slacks, regarding me hungrily. The heat of his gaze is too much, and I press my knees together.
He shakes his head. “No, this is mine, remember?” He pushes my legs apart again. “Touch yourself.”
He pulls out his log of a cock, dark and veiny and fiercely beautiful. I get hot remembering the way he shoved it down my throat. “You have to touch yourself right now.” It’s part plea and part decree.
I touch myself. He watches me with that invasive gaze of his. Everything between us feels impossible. Like everything is lost and all we have is this impossible madness, and it feels good.
Our impossible madness feels like the only true thing in the world.
I touch myself for him.
He climbs up on the desk with his pants half down. He kneels over me, his pants like a band around my chest. “Open, whore. This mouth is mine, too.”
I open my mouth and he arches into me, shoving his cock between my lips. I’m spinning, stroking myself, bending to his will, taking him.
“That’s it,” he says. “Suck it. Feel me moving in your mouth. I want you to feel every throbbing vein. That’s what you do to me.”
“Shhhh, baby.” He hovers over me and grabs something from somewhere beyond my head. He places it in my hand. It’s round and smooth. “That’s a paperweight. You can crack my skull when you get tired of what I do to you. That’s your safe word.”
I’ll be reviewing this book this week – I enjoyed it and I’m definitely picking up book two and three!
Nikki H says
I believe, after reading this, that I shall move that book right on up my TBR, to the edge of the nightstand, where it belongs. Next.