Friday, March 16, 2012
REVIEW: Western Ties by Mari Carr and Jayne Rylon
Title: Western Ties (Compass Brothers #4)
Author: Mari Carr and Jayne Rylon
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Date Published: 3/6/2012
How strong are the ties that bind?
Compass Brothers, Book 4
Leah Hollister’s sex life needs a swift kick in the pants. Small-town Compton Pass, though, isn’t the place to explore her need for bondage. When she gets an invitation to a BDSM party out in LA, she wastes no time booking a flight.
Her plan to play anonymously is shot to hell when she runs into high-school crush Sawyer Compton—and he lays immediate claim to her.
Sawyer Compton commands total control, in and out of the bedroom. He never thought Leah could handle his darker urges, but one look at the white bracelet that marks her as a sub ripe for the picking, and he knows exactly how this night is going to end. With Leah in his bed.
Leah didn’t expect to enjoy the comfort Sawyer’s familiarity brings, even as his touch takes her to unimaginable heights of pleasure. When bad news from home sends him reeling, she’s more than prepared to offer him anything he needs: her body, her friendship. Even her heart—if Sawyer can loosen the reins over his own to accept her love.
Invest in tissues. Lots and lots of tissues. Between spicy, set-the-sheets-on-fire bondage romps and the last Compass brother coming home, you'll need them
My Rating: 5 Steams
I have enjoyed every single book in this series. Throughout the series they always kept the news of JD's cancer and coming death from the youngest brother Sawyer. This is his book and boy did they save the best for last.
Sawyer is one HOT Alpa male! From the moment he spots Leah in the bar you can just feel the authority that must be streaming off of him. The chemistry between the two is out of this world.
I personally loved the emotional elements in this story. Not only did you have Leah's insecurities about losing the man she has always wanted after just getting him, but you have Sawyer learning of his father's cancer for the first time.
I had to put this book down 2 or 3 times because I was crying a bit too much. It was a very emotional book but dont let that fool you into thinking it wasn't steamy because of the emotions. This book was beyond HOT in every way. Leah's introduction into BDSM is perfect. She becomes more and more adventurous as her trust in Sawyer grows. They really are one great duo!
LOVED IT... MUST READ!