Cain Bonham is as big and bad as they come. After serving in the Marines, he’s returned home to Wyoming and now works as head of security at the exclusive sex club, The Wicked Horse. His job is to protect not only the patrons, but to zealously guard the secret existence of the club itself.
Sloane Preston is all about discovering secrets. As an undercover reporter, she’s determined to reveal the truth behind the facade of The Wicked Horse and expose it for all the world to see. She just didn’t count on her pathway into the club coming at the hands of one gorgeously scarred and bad ass bouncer who manages to easily possess her body and soul.
While Cain’s not looking for anyone to catch his eye, Sloane did it all the same, and he’s not bemoaning the fact that she’s as wickedly kinky as he is. As both get caught up in the sinful fantasies that only The Wicked Horse can create, secrets and loyalties will be tested and hearts will risk being broken.
Wicked Lust: Where fantasy meets romance.
I never thought that an instance of a scene in the book appears in a romance book. I’m usually averse to those stuffs, especially in romance, but in this book, it just feels so right. A perfect way of showing that trust between lovers is something that they have to agree on and define with.
This book just shows that romance is enjoyed more enthusiastically when lovers fulfil each other’s fantasy. The feeling of freedom when both lovers participate in the fantasy.
But really, Cain just gives me all the feels. I’m never afraid to read a book where a man knows what he wants, and pursues it. There might be those moments when he’s hesitant about those feelings, which is atypical, but that’s normal. Cain just makes you go gaga over him “all the feels”, no matter how he’ll frustrate you so much.
After months of craving this book, yes craving, because I literally have been daydreaming and imagining what’ll Cain’s story will be, and I’m glad to say this book exceeded my expectation(no doubt, considering Sawyer Bennett is an awesome author).
As usual, this book is 5 stars.