Monday, June 20, 2016

Dirty, Sexy Cuffed by CarlyPhillips & Erika Wild

Summary from Amazon:


As a cop, Levi Kincaid is all about discipline and control . . .in the bedroom, and out of it, and he's always been very careful about choosing women who abide by his rules. Hot sex and intense pleasure? No problem. Emotional commitment and forever promises? No way. But he never anticipates falling for a blue eyed angel who makes him want to cuff her to his bed and do dirty, sexy things to her. And that control of his? It doesn't stand a chance against Sarah Robins, the one woman he can't resist . . .

My Thoughts:

     Cuffed is book number three in the Dirty Sexy series but the first one I have personally read.  Each novel is stand-alone so if you, like me, missed the first two you won’t be lost!

     Sarah is a young woman who has not only been shuffled through the foster system for most of her childhood but she just keeps getting involved with losers.  Her last boyfriend wasn’t very good to her and even lured her into a crazy religious cult and is now stalking her to try and drag her back to it.

     Levi is a control freak and rightfully so.  His childhood was horrible and he never has anyone to trust besides his brothers.  No one has ever been there for him nor has he wanted them to be until he meets Sarah while he is out on patrol.  After several weeks of asking her out with no results, an ordeal throws them together and Sarah gives him a chance.

     I have never read anything by either of these authors but I can tell you that together that right some great characters! Both Sara and Levi are flawed but likeable and you root for them to work out their issues and trust each other.  Sometimes in a story when the main characters are so messed up it gets to be too much drama but this story does not get overly dramatic about it and it is very good.

     I do think that the ending was a little rushed and think the story would have benefited from a little bit more in that area.  Cuffed is a great, fast read if you are looking for a little bit of angst and love to read.

I don’t think reading the first two books is necessary but I would definitely like to go back and read them.

4/5 stars

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