Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Committed: Drug of Desire

Committed: Drug of Desire by Sidney Bristol

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In this erotic tale of sensuality and suspense, Sidney Bristol proves that desire can be the most dangerous drug of all.

DEA Special Agent Damien Moana works hard and plays even harder. But while indulging in forbidden temptations at a private BDSM retreat, the unexpected happens: He falls under a stranger’s spell. This woman drives Damien to distraction, pushing him to the sweet boundary between pain and pleasure. When duty interrupts their heated encounter, his focus turns to catching a criminal . . . but his head is still with the seductress who ignites his deepest desires. Now Damien must choose between closing the case of his career and losing the woman of his dreams.

Poppy Mercer can’t forget the night she spent with her mystery lover. When chance brings them back together, she seizes the opportunity to again feel his masterful hands on her body. Poppy is a switch who delights in dominating a powerful man . . . and submitting to the ecstasy of his control. Outside the bedroom, however, she questions her place in Damien’s world. His obsession with hunting a ruthless drug lord puts Poppy in the line of fire. And though Damien might be able to save her from danger, salvaging what’s left of her trust is another matter.

Committed is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.

Committed: Drug of DesireCommitted: Drug of Desire by Sidney Bristol
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I just couldn't like this book. I love BDSM storis. But I just couldn't connect with the characters. They did nothing for me. I loved the idea of Bi-Racial. You don't see a lot of it out there in the mainstream. The plot was intriguing. It was the characters that I didn't like. Poppy was so hot and cold she couldn't decide if she was up or down. It threw me off and I had a distaste for her immediately. The fact that she was so giggly in the beginning did her in as well. I wanted someone a little more serious in the situation. I think if Poppy had been a little more mature, this would have been a higher rated book for me. It wasn't a bad read, it just did nothing for me.

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