Thursday, July 10, 2014

#Review: Bond of Denial (Wicked Play 5) .@lyndaaicher

Book Title: Bond of Denial (Wicked Play # 5)
Author: Lynda Aicher |WebsiteTwitterFacebook|
Publisher: Carina Press
Genre: Erotica Romance
Series/Standalone: Series
Format: ebook
Cost: $3.99
Pages: 228
How I got it: Publisher for Blog Tour
Purchase: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Publisher
Publication Date: 2/3/2014
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Book five of Wicked Play It's been twenty years since Rockford Fielding's father punished him for kissing another boy. Now a grown man with a military career behind him, Rock continues to deny his true desires, even while working security at The Den, the most decadent sex club in town. But after a year of watching gorgeous Carter Montgomery come and go on the arms of other men, Rock can no longer resist the cravings he's denied for so long. Carter has just four months left on his contract with an escort agency, and he doesn't know whether to feel relieved or afraid. Being an escort is all he knows. Adding to his confusion is the way his latest client, the sexy but stoic Rock, makes him feel things he hasn't wanted in years. One charmingly awkward date turns into two and soon the men are meeting off the clock. But with Rock in the closet and Carter unsure how to pursue a real relationship, how can they build a future both in and out of the bedroom?
I have loved this series since the very beginning, I've only ever disliked one (it was still good, but just not to my personal liking).  This one?? I loved from the beginning until the very last page.  From the beginning of the series, Rock has been a strong silent character who makes a difference in everyone's life but never giving us anything to latch onto, but I loved the description of him anyway and I couldn't wait for his story.  

I'm a person who loves to go into my books blind; so I don't normally read the back of books once I know the author or the series,  so I was completely unaware that this was Rock's story and man listen I wasn't ready!!!  I wasn't ready but I'm glad I went in blind, it was absolutely amazing.   I love these books, love Lynda's writing style, I'm super happy and proud that she was being promoted by Carina/Harlequin at BEA

I totally loved Carter, he was such an amazing character, well rounded and had so much going for him, he had plans, goals and an objective and then Rock happened.  In this book the friendships mattered more, the love was a slow build up, the strength displayed in even beginning to see your dreams then embrace it &go after it was amazing to read. I loved that Rock had Rachel, and the Den. Carter was working so hard to just make it to the end of the 3 months, that I just.. omg I loved him.

The love scenes were scorching hot, and well written, and made you feel all kind of hot and bothered. The feelings and emotions that were written into each scene, as Rock learnt more about himself and explored what would truly make him happy, just about broke me. I loved him so much and reading his story made me so emotional.  There is a scene with a camera, the flag and Rock's truth & I wanted to cry. Especially when he makes several decisions that put him front and center instead of just existing in his life. I loved Rock so much at the end of the book and I so wanted a good ending for him.

The tension, the reactions of the Den staff and owners, just about everything felt amazingly real.  I can't wait to own these as physical books because I loved it so much!! I highly recommend the book, and the series, Lynda's writing will pull you into the story and make you be glad you came back to the Den.
Have you read the series?? I highly recommend it my loves, Rock's story is beautiful and I can't wait to read more.  Share in the comments if you have any recommendations 
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