Friday, December 5, 2014

Review: Claim

Claim by Sierra Cartwright

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Claim, the second book in the Bonds series was a good, quick read... okay mainly because I've been anxiously waiting to read it, I read i!

This one, for me, started out a little slow, didn't keep me riveted from the beginning like most of Ms. Cartwright's books do, but after about the first quarter of the book, it picked up and I was again immersed in her story.

I enjoyed watching Kennedy and Mackenzie, or Zee as Kennedy likes to call her, develop their relationship.

Loved Zee's personality, she was witty and fun. And everything she said she wasn't, she became with Kennedy. Zee had been burned pretty bad in her marriage, and decided from then on, *no relationships*, period. Oh and no cuddly aftercare either, she didn't need or want that!

Kennedy feels pretty much the same way, no relationships, and definitely no matrimony. Didn't need or want either of those.

But all bets are off when they meet each other again after a few years.

Kennedy enjoys doing aftercare for his subs, and he enjoys a good cuddle, and he's the perfect Dominant to show Zee that, against her better judgement, she enjoys those things too. Zee's inner dialog, during those times, made me laugh out loud

Kennedy and Zee are just sexy-hot together. Watching them both progress into a relationship they both swore they'd never want was a fun journey.

The slow start to this one takes it down to a 4.5 star review. I'm looking forward to the next in this wonderful series!

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