Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Review: Blind Man’s Bluff by Raven Fyre

Blind Man’s Bluff by Raven Fyre

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



A blindfold, a little light bondage, and sensual pleasures beyond anything she’s ever imagined...

Chloe Rezner believes her naughty nights at Sex On The Beach should be nothing more than a means to an end. An anonymous way to indulge her secret fantasies with a man who’s strictly off-limits--namely because he’s her new boss--while padding her bank account.

But when the sex is more passionate, more erotic, more everything than she bargained for, her desire for Jackson Sawyer is only magnified. Chloe is trapped in a sensual game of blind man’s bluff, caught in a balancing act between the heaven of her Master’s arms and the hellish reality of wanting more than fantasy.
And Chloe’s ex? The lying, cheating, greedy SOB wants Chloe back in his life and his bed. Oh, and a little cold, hard, extorted cash wouldn't hurt.

How high a price must Chloe pay for happiness?

Monica's Review

Blind Man’s Bluff is a romantic, sensual story where a man will do anything for their woman. Who would have guessed going back home could take her to the love of her life and to a new beginning if her ex-husband will let her.

Jackson is a strong, independent man that is devoted to his job but when he meets Chloe everything in his life will change. No matter what he has to do he will find a way to help Chloe financially when she is determined to work for her money and not just accept money from anyone. He is a wonderful, compassionate person that has true intentions with Chloe but he needs to remember that in order to start a relationship there has to be honesty because love is truly blind.

Chloe is a determined woman that has been in charge of her life since the beginning with one bad choice which was marrying her crazy ex-husband. She is determined to keep her sister safe and help her since her grandmother passed away and is willing to do anything financially in order to keep their family together. I love that she values family first no matter what the consequences might be but also knows that no matter what everything will be fine at the end.

I loved this book. I’m happy to hear that a man is willing to do anything in order to keep their love of their life happy and willing to leave everything and start over. There were two scenarios that I did not like because of how they had no closure but it is still a lovely book.

3 ½ Tea Cups!

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