Bend Me Over by Sierra Cartwright

Bend Me Over by Sierra Cartwright
Publisher: Loose Id
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (154 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F, Spanking
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Fern

Tall, dark, handsome, and oh-so dangerous.

That’s Trace Romero, Aimee’s new bodyguard. Aimee has no desire to share her home with anyone, especially a Hawkeye operative who invades her space and thoroughly dominates her.

If it were up to him, Trace would be in a South American jungle, mixing it up with bad guys instead of playing bodyguard to the uptight college professor who makes him anything but welcome. But when he finds a stash of her BDSM novels, protecting the professor’s body suddenly gets more interesting.

Aimee would send him on his way, if her sister weren’t so concerned about the break in at her house, and if she hadn’t threatened protective custody. But protective custody might have been slightly less overwhelming than Trace demanding her complete capitulation, mind and body, and more — her total trust. But that trust may be the only thing standing between her and a madman determined to kill her.

Publisher’s Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, BDSM theme and content, violence.

Bend Me Over is a fast-paced sexual romp that sizzles and burns. The very first words thought by the heroine set the tone, and I knew I was going to enjoy not only the sex scenes, but the ride along the way as well. It’s impossible not to love a woman that’s a book nerd with a taste for kink. She’s witty and sarcastic, which plays off super-duper special OP’s hunk Trace Romero perfectly. He’s brash and cocky, she’s proud and unyielding, but put them together and it’s like taking a match to a warehouse of TNT.

The story is well-written and has several laugh-out-loud moments that arise courtesy of Eureka, Aimee’s turd launching parrot. It’s just enough to take the sexual edge off when you need a cool down. The murder/mystery slant is written so that it’s just enough to keep you guessing, but it’s not enough to take away from Trace, Aimee, and their involvement with one another. All and all, this is their book and involves the trust they place in one another as Aimee explores her submissive side.

If you like BDSM that’s not full-blown and a hero that isn’t too manly to engage in petty squabbles with an annoying parrot, this story is for you! You’ll get laughs, you’ll get hot under the collar, and you’ll walk away satisfied. I finished this book in one sitting, from start to finish.
Be sure to but Bend Me Over on your TBR list.

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