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Monday, November 16, 2015

5/5 Review: Servicing the Target by Cherise Sinclair




A discharged Army Ranger, Ben considers his job as a BDSM club security guard to be an excellent hobby. He’s never been tempted to join in. But everything changes when the notorious Mistress Anne inadvertently reveals the caring heart concealed beneath her Domme armor.

Now, he’s set his sights on the beautiful Shadowlands Mistress. Maybe he’d considered himself vanilla, but she can put her stiletto on his chest any day, any time. He’ll trust her delicate hands to hold his heart. And if she wants to whip his ass on the way to an outstanding climax, he’s just fine with that too.

Sure, he knows she likes “pretty boy” slaves. And he’s older. Craggy and rough. And six-five. Minor hindrances. The mission is a go.

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WOW!  What an incredible story and what a way to tell it.  I really enjoyed reading about Anne and Ben.  The strides they took to be with each other and the obstacles they had to overcome had me rooting for this couple.  She a Mistress in the D/S community, and he an ex-ARMY Ranger who is not only a well-known photographer but works security at the Shadowlands BDSM club, make quite the pair.  This story is filled with action, and addresses issues such as love, abuse, BDSM lifestyle, family drama and more. 
Ben considers himself vanilla.  He is, however, intrigued with Mistress Anne.  She is his everything and is willing to try just about anything he can to be with her.  Even though she has a certain type of “boy” she likes as slaves something about him draws her to him.  When a chance at indulging in a scene with the Mistress occurs he takes the opportunity and runs with it.  She is also thrilled with this development.  Their mutual attraction and chemistry leads them into a relationship both want but scares her.  She guards her heart too tightly.  Will Ben be able to show her that even if he isn’t cut out to be a slave he still wants her dominance in the bedroom?  She owns his heart and he will not give up on her.  Will she be able to let him in and trust him?  She loves him but will he hurt her or help her heal from past pain?
I was blown away with this story.  I will admit that there were parts that had me crying.  I loved the emotions and the characters.  I recommend this book a million times over.