Unravel Me by Tori St. Claire
Letting go might be the key that unlocks her pleasure…
Attorney Cassie Blaire has spent most of her life living by rules. Rules that keep her life sensible, and on the right path. But five years after losing her husband, Cassie is saying sayonara to "sensible." And it starts now—with indulging a need she’s long denied.
When he arrives in Colorado, all Brad Steele wants is a scotch before he has to play nice in the first face-to-face meeting with his co-counsel in an ugly divorce case. But instead, he finds her—a lush, inviting stranger whose dark eyes invite him to sin...and thirst turns into a raw, undeniable hunger.
Now Cassie is initiated into a world that has nothing to do with being sensible, and everything to do with sensuality. Under Brad’s guiding touch, she’s receiving an education in desire—one that breaks all of the old rules, and explores tantalizing new ones. And once she learns that her naughty one-nighter is her arrogant co-counsel, all of her objections will be sustained...
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A gentle fast moving romance
An easy read, however sometimes found myself a bit lost with the couples relationship. They met, clicked, then after having sex I couldn't quite work out where the emotional hurt came from.
It's nice to read about a couple older than 20.
Worth a read
I was rooting for Brad and Cassie from page one. Their chemistry simmered off the pages. Let me also say, I’m not usually into Dom/Sub books. For me, the women are often portrayed as either too weak in everyday life or for some reason they “need” to be tamed. Or worse, the set up is so ludicrous that I find it hard to relate. Usually not my cup of tea. It was so refreshing to finally meet a couple where the woman was strong outside of the bedroom and someone I would actually be friends with. And the hero was not a total macho, alpha jerk. It was well done in a genre that is difficult to do right.
Imaging a night of hot anonymous sex. What happens when that person is not so anonymous? As not quite opposing counsel, Cassie and Brad represent a divorcing couple in an almost amicable settlement proceeding. With of them battling their histories, the conflict is a good believable one. The book was hot, relatable and fun.
I received a coy in exchange for an honest review.