Tuesday, March 27, 2018

S.E.X. Review~ Herc's Mercs: Where Angels Fear to Tread by Ari McKay

Mercs rush in where angels fear to tread…
Lee Albright is a photojournalist who loves traveling and the challenge of his job, but when he’s asked to shoot a calendar for charity, he can’t resist — especially since the models are the men of Hercules Security, some of the sexiest hunks he’s ever seen. Things get even better when he meets Mr. July, Geo Kensei, and the instant spark of attraction between them quickly bursts into an all-consuming flame. 
Geo is exactly the kind of intense, dominating top Lee needs to fulfill all his fantasies, while Lee’s sensitivity and artistic soul tempt Geo to bind the gorgeous man to him with more than just ropes.
Unfortunately their careers force them to part ways, though they’re both anxious for a quick reunion. But in the midst of a war-torn city they meet again, and now Geo, the merc everyone calls “Saint”, must use every tool and skill he possesses to get both Lee and his client out of danger, while Lee has a hard time finding the comfort he needs in Geo’s cold, hard pragmatism in the face of danger. Geo’s intense focus on the mission is all that’s keeping the three of them alive, but will it also end up costing him any chance to be with Lee?

I thoroughly enjoyed new author (to me) Ari McKay and Herc’s Merc Where Angels Fear to Tread. Main characters, Geo and Lee, while appearing to be very different in demeanor, were very compatible in their desires and the bedroom.

Geo, bodyguard for Hercules Security and Lee, photojournalist, immediately were enamored with each other from the moment Geo stepped foot into Lee’s studio for a sexy calendar shoot. The story quickly progressed- jumping in the sack upon meeting, to both men sent on assignment and then finding each other in the midst of a country coup.

The chemistry between Geo and Lee was palpable and they steamed the sheets with their sexy repertoire and mild BDSM tendencies. A small dose of Shibari added spice to the relationship.

I would have liked more story, learned more about the men and delved into their lives, but regardless, Where Angels Fear to Tread was well-written and well-worth the read. Ari McKay did a nice job of a continuous story flow which kept me interested and wanting more.

Sexy and Sizzling
A four handcuff review

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