Tuesday, February 21, 2017

S.E.X. Review~ Jumping In by Cardeno C.

When love's on the line, the brave jump in with both feet...
Small town cop Clint Rivera can’t catch a break. His ex of two weeks is suddenly getting married, his dogs tore up his furniture, he’s getting evicted, and he’s out of beer. When he decides to solve his alcohol shortage by going to his ex’s engagement party, Clint winds up too drunk to drive himself home. Enter gorgeous deputy mayor Hawk Black, the man who constantly shows up unexpectedly and sends Clint’s body and mind into a tailspin with nothing but his whiskey voice and blue eyes.
After months of patience, Hawk can finally seduce the man he’s been craving. Clint’s day might not have started out well, but Hawk’s going to make sure it ends with a bang, preferably in bed. He’ll show Clint some rewards are worth the risk.
With love on the line, Clint will need to decide if he can open his heart, tear down his shields, and jump in with both feet.
This is a 2nd edition without substantive changes from the 1st edition.
Jumping In by Cardeno C. was a quick sexy read that satisfied and tantalized the senses. Hawk, small town deputy mayor had his eye on Officer Clint and knew he wanted the man for himself. Clint, in the midst of ending a bad closeted relationship was about to fall into a bottle, if not for the quick action of Hawk.

Hawk and Clint were yummy together. Hawk was forthright and honest in his feelings and Cardeno C. delivered macho meets romantic as she conveyed Hawk’s personality.

Clint, too, held romance in his heart and the melding of these two personalities added spice to this tale. Together, the men set the sheets ablaze and wormed their way into each other’s hearts and this reader.

A short tale that packed a lot~ Cardeno C. is always a go-to.
(Previously reviewed, slightly edited)

Sexy and Sizzling
A four handcuff review

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