Review: Bonds of Trust
Bonds of Trust by Lynda Aicher
My rating: 4 of 5 diamonds
An enjoyable, light BDSM read.
Cali is a divorcee mother of two. She’s in her early forties and she wants to have the mind-blowing sex she’s always craved but never had. She’s frustrated because her husband wouldn’t touch her and she thinks maybe there’s something wrong with her.
Jake co-owns an exclusive BDSM club, but his time is up and he’s ready to move on. He only have a few months left to decide where he’ll go to next. Well, that is his plan until his friend (co-owner of the club) asks him to interview Cali. Once he meets her, it takes Jake a few questions to make up his mind and instead of handing her over to a Dom, he decides he’d be the one to introduce her to the pleasures she’s been denied.
What can I say? I really enjoyed this book. It is light BDSM and there’s more to the story than just sex. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series. Cali’s friend seems the quiet kind with a very kinky side and I’m anxious to read that.
After ending her passionless marriage, Cali Reynolds is eager to live out her forbidden fantasies. Her first step is attending new members’ night at The Den, the most exclusive sex club in town. Perhaps here she can find a man who understands her desire to be dominated
At first, Jake McCallister thinks Cali has come to his club for the wrong reasons. But when he discovers she is seeking fulfillment after years of denial, he’s intrigued—and takes it upon himself to initiate her into the pleasures she’s been missing.
Her first encounter with Jake is everything Cali has always craved, and more; she’s not prepared for the feelings he inspires in her. And Jake is just as surprised by his overwhelming attraction to Cali. As their play intensifies, so does their bond. Now, Jake doesn’t want anyone but Cali—but is he ready to officially claim her? And will she submit to being his forever?
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