Tuesday, May 9, 2017

IN THE DEN by Sierra Cartwright

Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
Date published: December 2013
ISBN: 978-1-78184-918-7
Contemporary BDSM
Reviewed by Gabrielle (meingee@yahoo.com)
Weblink: https://www.totallybound.com/in-the-den

Obtained via publisher
Rating: 4 Hearts

Damien has found himself attracted to Catrina but she is a Domme and he longs for a sub. Yet he cannot stop himself from wanting her. On a whim Damien gives Catrina a challenge to be his submissive for two weeks and maybe get her out of his system if she accepts. Little does Damien know that Catrina has been longing for something more in her relationships but she is not so sure just how to get what she wants and needs. When she is with Damien her emotions are all over the place, so when she agrees to the challenge Catrina surprises them both. Neither of them can ignore the sparks between them. Just where it will all lead to is anyone’s guess. Will both Catrina and Damien fulfill their needs and move on or is there something deeper to be had?

Damien and Catrina’s story is full of emotions and their intensity makes for a good read. As hot as these two are together the intimacy and the personal time are what stand out. Catrina goes through a long and hard journey. She must deal with how her past influences her future and what she will do about it. Does she have it all wrong and has she been building walls to keep her heart safe because of her past?  Damien is a good man and Dom. He pays attention to Catrina and the situations but he may miss his one chance and in doing so it could take Catrina away from him. These two are great together in and out of the bedroom. I liked the way their personalities fit together. They support one another nicely and it was good to see them work to understand just where their relationship goes. I enjoyed seeing Catrina find her true self with the help of Damien. The two learn that love is something that should not be ignored or taken for granted.


The author weaves a beautiful story with well fleshed out characters that kept me turning the pages to see where they would end up.



This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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