on April 21, 2015
Genres: Erotica, Love & Romance
Macy Carrington is not the woman I once thought her to be.
What she does not allow her heart to feel, she gives with her body. The sex between us is explosive and depraved. I’ve done things with her that would never have crossed my wildest imagination, and I can’t ever seem to get enough.
But now I want more from her. I want to figure out her dark secret, expose it and then help her to heal from it. I know, without a doubt, that Macy is capable of love, and I will grind her down until I make her accept the truth of it.
Grind (verb): to wear down, polish, or sharpen by friction
Cal Carson is not the man I once thought him to be.
Strong, determined, sexy as hell and a beast in the bedroom. He is every woman’s fantasy.
He is my fantasy.
But no matter how hard Cal tries to grind me down, my heart and secrets are mine and mine alone.
Geesh…this is one juicy and addictive series.
With business out of the way, it’s all pleasure now for Cal and Macy. Still keeping their relationship (or whatever you want to call it) on the down low they continue to see each other. Although Cal seems to want more out of it, Macy is still a bit hesitant to move forward.
As much as I’m really enjoying this series, I am having a bit of a hard time with both of the characters. I feel as if Cal is being a bit too insta-love with Macy. Sure, he’s the good guy but I feel as if he is softening up to Macy way too fast. He completely stepped out of his comfort-zone in more than one way when they made a pact and I thought it was a bit too out of character for him.
Macy on the other hand has also seemed to cool of her icy exterior a bit too fast as well. She was dead-set on her bestie Mac not finding out but when she does, she didn’t freak out whatsoever. As the reader you know that there is a mountain of issues that she is hiding…and we just got to the tip of the iceberg right at the end of this one.
Don’t get me wrong, I am thoroughly enjoying this series. I just wish that both of the characters didn’t do such 180s right away. I also really enjoy that we get Macy’s POVs in the form of diary entries. I think it adds just a little bit more oomph to her mystery.