Sometimes it's the cop who needs to hit the floor... As a homicide cop, every blood-soaked crime scene settled in my bones and snaked around my spine. There was only one way to exorcise the images from my soul ...
Inside the club, I stopped to scan the room. He was here, Camden Snow. A Norse sex god in the guise of unpretentious youth. Only his ice-blue eyes gave evidence of the Dom who took whomever he wished, whatever way he wanted, with a look and a nod. Merciless.
Cam found me watching him and fixed me with his arctic gaze. This time, I didn't walk away. He cocked an eyebrow. Well?
The last thing I needed was mercy.
I dropped to my knees.
After enjoying the author interview and review at OJ’s blog, I was compelled to pick up this prequel story in the Hunter Dane series. Well perhaps ‘story’ is stretching it. This was more an introduction to both Hunter and Camden before the main stories begin.
I understate it to call this a mere introduction because it was a thoughtful, sensual, tension-filled challenge of the senses. I’m picky about my BDSM reads and am not drawn to those stories strictly for the erotic nature. No, I want some character and relationship breakdown and rebuilds going on. I want to see a connection made in this most intimate of activities. On His Knees deliver this and then some.
In a sparse amount of words, so much emotion was wrung out of me. I felt I was part of the scene with Hunter the cop who has rules when he comes to the club and those are forced aside if he wants to be on his knees for the ice blond Olympic athlete and Camden, who dominates by his own rules is joyful and edged with some fear to have such a powerful man that he has waited and hoped to dominate, give him what he needs- break under him. Thankfully, they altered narration for this story so I could see how the experience affected them both.
I am greatly anticipating what comes next in Matchstick Men when this tight, tingling, and tension-wrought experience is paired with the suspense while Hunter is working his cases.
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