Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Review: The Deeper He Hurts (Kick #2) by Lynda Aicher

****4 Stars****

As in the style of the first book this one is again very heavy on the emotional aspect of the characters and the way in which that affects their character and approach to relationships. In this case it is a little on the extreme side in the level of pain that one character seeks both self-inflicted and by others that leads to some rather intense S/M scenes that may not be for everyone. ...
When Sawyer and Asher meet the attraction is instant but when they discover each others kinks they find they are a perfect fit. However away from those heavy S/M scenes the relationship between Asher and Sawyer is hot and very emotional as they both work through issues that they have. And why these two seem complete opposites they work perfectly.
A rather interesting addition to this series and I am already looking forward to the next installment to see where this author goes next.

Reviewed by Vikki Ryan

In this wild and sensual Kick novel from the RITA Award–nominated author of The Harder He Falls, a sizzling affair tempts the tech guru of a popular outdoor-adventure-sports company to come out of the closet and embrace his desires.

Asher Ruggiero, a partner at Adrenaline Kick Adventures, is living a lie. As a control freak whose big Italian family thinks he’s straight, Asher likes his encounters concise, dirty, and discreet—until his company’s new rafting guide walks into work, dripping with brooding, intense sexuality. Sawyer Stevens is a mystery man with secrets and rough edges, and he makes Asher want to get to know him inside and out.

Ever since the tragic death of his parents, Sawyer has dedicated himself to the rush of adrenaline that comes from pleasure and pain. Moving from one guy to another, hiding when life gets too complicated—that’s all he can handle. So why does Asher make him long for something lasting and honest, when the gorgeous geek can’t even be true to himself? Sawyer wants to give Asher his heart, but he just doesn’t know how. After all, a life without integrity is a life without passion—and that’s the one thing Sawyer craves.

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