Monday, December 6, 2010

Review: Silent Heat by Vonna Harper

Silent Heat by Vonna Harper

Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Erotic Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Deaf since age ten, Carlee Cooper has become a master gardener. She has developed a teaching greenhouse, funded by her rich landlord, at the local high school and she lives in the small guest cottage behind his home. Although she’s attracted to him, she doesn’t have much self-confidence when it comes to men.

Her landlord, BDSM Dom York Bridges, knows a sub when he sees one—when he touches and smells her. Carlee is drawn to York’s control and power. She’ll submit to the red collar her Masterplaces around her neck and his cuffs on her wrists, for now…

Wendy's Review

Vonna took the reader into a world where a disability isn't the end of the world.

York Bridges was a successful, gorgeous man who happened to like to dominate women. The last person he thought he would want to dominate is his tenant Carlee Cooper. Carlee has been deaf for years and had excepted her lot in life, she never would have thought that she could be what York wanted.

York took Carlee into another world of BDSM but what he didn't realize that yes Carlee was willing to be a submissive for him she also was strong headed enough to want to control him. Their life starts with a mutual desire to learn each other but when questions hit close to home for York, Carlee backs off to allow him space. Space he didn't want and came to realize that without Carlee then he didn't have a future.

I give this book a 5 Tea Cups even though I could have read another 100 pages of their lives.  Vonna did a wonderful job of bringing two people with disabilities together for a mutual love.

5 Tea Cups!

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