Her needs are dark. His are dangerous.
Charlie MacNiall has been bringing his beautiful king shepherd to the vet clinic where Ranay Killian works for the better part of a year. She doesn't realize he's been slowly wooing her. She certainly has no idea that he picked her deliberately - that she is to become his. A broken heart and a desperate desire to be dominated make her the perfect victim.
His perfect victim.
Charlie fixes Ranay, testing her emotional limits while pushing her sexual boundaries past anything she'd imagined possible. Pain is their shared pleasure...until Charlie disappears and Ranay is all but destroyed.
The FBI says the man she loves is a serial killer. Ranay can't deny there's a darkness in Charlie, a monstrous hunger that drives him to the brink. She even believes he could kill. But Charlie's hunger is what bonds them - it's the foundation of their love. Would he actually kill her?
"I love when an author brings me to a place I haven't been before. One Cut Deeper is daring, edgy, and sexy. If you like your heroes with a dark side, you won't be disappointed!" (Roni Loren, New York Times best-selling author of the Loving on the Edge series)
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Darker Side...the S & M of BDSM
I wish the heroine was a bit stronger
No, I would not listen to it again.
No, I would not recommend. I think my friends would find the heroine weak - lacking personlity.
Summer Morton did an amazing job narrating. I will definitely look for more books narrated by her.
It has nothing to do with the heroine being a sub or that she liked pain that I though she was weak. Nor did I think she was weak because she wanted a full -time DOM. It was that she could not think for herself when Charlie was not around. Also, when the FBI questioned her at the end, with just a smile and some kindness, she would spill the beans. I am not sure what Charlie liked about her except that she was a sub that loved pain and did not mind knife play with blood. They barely talked except when the heroine explained how her last Dom, Josh, left her because he could not handle her dependency on him. I have read several books with D/s, but this has to be the weakest heroine I have ever encountered in a story. I understood her submissiveness when in play, but she had no personality. Again, I ask what did Charlie see in her??? I did like the suspense with the serial killer. I am not sure if I will listen to the next book in the series. I will have to wait and see if there are reviews that state that the heroine grew a personality.