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Willing Victim: Remastered Paperback – July 8, 2016
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About the Author
Since she began writing in 2008, Cara McKenna has published nearly forty romances and erotic novels with a variety of publishers, sometimes under the pen names Meg Maguire and C.M. McKenna. Her stories have been acclaimed for their smart, modern voice and defiance of convention. She was a 2015 RITA Award finalist, a 2014 RT Reviewers’ Choice Award winner, a 2012 and 2011 RT Reviewers’ Choice Award nominee, and a 2010 Golden Heart Award finalist. She lives with her husband and son in the Pacific Northwest, though she’ll always be a Boston girl at heart.
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Gah! There was just something so addicting about Flynn that even I was drawn to him. He's kinda mysterious yet he's as straightforward as any man you'll meet. He knows what he likes and knows what he wants and doesn't intend on settling for less. Laurel had been living day by day and didn't realize she was only coasting by until she met Flynn. She's a great character. She's a lot stronger than she gave herself credit for and it's obvious that these two characters are perfect for each other.
I believe this story could be read as a standalone because it ends in a HFN. However a sequel has been released entitled Brutal Game and I'm looking forward to seeing how Flynn and Laurel are doing.
Laurel and Flynn were two very fascinating characters especially the latter. I was very intrigued by what made him have those needs when being intimate with a woman. He was certainly very skilled and was very considerate of his partners. That scene when Laurel was watching Flynn and Pam was insanely hot and deliciously erotic. Also how deeply affected Laurel became just by listening and watching Flynn. I enjoyed how their platonic and sexual relationship progressed into something more. Maybe. Who knows?
This was my first book by Cara McKenna and she knocked it out of the park with her flawless and honest prose. I need more Flynn and Laurel and thankfully there's a sequel.
The rest of the book consists of the development of the relationship between these two. It's very nicely done. Both start to open up slowly which seems very authentic. Both start to feel like this might be 'something.' There is no 'I can't express my feelings' angst here. There's no 'I'm so overwrought by real life that I have to hide parts of my life from you.' There IS some genuine sharing of sad/emotional times from both of their lives. Oh, and there is some super sexy stuff, too. When I think of that stuff, I think....whoa. Flynn. :)
We're all filled with our own pain, demons of sort. Pain that determines our path , until it doesn't. Pain you hold in your soul and not anyone could ever know how it feels...until they do. Until a chance meeting of two scarred souls come together in pleasure and find more.
As the story unfolds we get to know Flynn and Laurel beyond the surface and past the abrasiveness and outer shell they each carry. You don't realize how well written this story is until you flip the last page. God , I love it when that happens.
Once you see past the heat , you'll see a raw yet beautiful story