Author: Sawyer Bennett
Publisher: Big Dog Books, LLC
Tour Company: AToMR
Source: ARC was given by the author and the tour company in exchange for an honest review.
Summary: Putting a woman on her knees before me is what really makes my cock hard. I fuck with dominant force and absolute control. I demand complete surrender from my conquests. Savage man, loner, warrior… I am dangerous at my core. I have lived amidst the untamed wild of the rainforest, in a society that reveres me and where every woman falls before me in subjugation.
Now I’ve been discovered. Forced to return to a world that I have forgotten about and to a culture that is only vaguely familiar to my senses.
Dr. Moira Reed is an anthropologist who has been hired to help me transition back into modern society. It’s her job to smooth away my rough edges… to teach me how to navigate properly through this new life of mine. She wants to tame me.
She’ll never win.
I am wild, free and raw, and the only thing I want from the beautiful Moira Reed is to fuck her into submission.
She wants it, I am certain.
I will give it to her soon.
Yes, very soon, I will become the teacher and she will become my student. And when I am finished showing her body pleasure like no other, she’ll know what it feels like to be claimed by an uncivilized man.
Flirty Review: Three Lip Bites
So let's get to it: The plot of the story. Moira is an anthropologist on a mission, if you will, for a rich businessman to find his lost godson Zach in the Amazonian rainforest. Zach had been missing for the last 18 years after his missionary parents died from diseases leaving him stranded with the indigenous people of Brazil. Right there, I was hooked. It's a story that's been done before but I liked the amount of detail that Bennett had when writing about Zach's tribe. Especially the dynamics of dominance and how men and women were viewed in their eyes. It was interesting.
Moira finds a very reluctant Zach and brings him back to the US. Her job is to help him assimilate back into society. Except she didn't really have to do too much. He pretty much remembered everything on his own or Googled it. I mean, he Googled everything. There wasn't much of a transition either. He wasn't a fish out of water or anything. I think that if he was more of a fish out of water in this book, the imagery of him not coming to terms with him staying in the US would have been greater. Ultimately causing more of dire need to stay or go back home.
The sex scenes or love relationship between Moira and Zach was strong but solely based on sex and or Zach dominating Moira. I wondered what they actually saw different in each other for a while until we learn that Zach loves an assertive woman to an extent and that's the appeal of Moira. Zach on the other hand, I didn't get exactly what Moira was falling in love with besides him sexually. He treated her like a submissive pretty much and didn't really engage with her on a mental level. He was like, drop those close and turn around, pretty much all through the book.
But it's a erotic romance, it doesn't need to be all developed and wrapped up in a neat bow. It's supposed to full of sex and hot and full of sex and then hot some more. So this book didn't disappoint on that aspect. I just wish on a baser level Bennett would have wrote more about his transition and less about sex. Is that wrong for me to think that?
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