Saturday, November 3, 2012

BDSM Challenge review Tiger Scars by Doris O'Connor



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 Title: Tiger Scars (Club Ink #2)
 Author: Doris O'Connor
Source: Author request for challenge
Genre: BDSM erotic romance 
Length: Novella
Reviewed by: Laurie 




Can some scars ever truly heal?

Cherie ran away from Ink once. She is not going to get the chance to do so again. But helping her heal will take all of Ink's skills as a Dom. Using Shibari, knife play, and ménage sex, he shows her that pleasure can be found in the things that haunt her.

Emotionally and physically scarred, Cherie has sought refuge at Club Ink, where she keeps everyone at arm's length. When Ink forces her to face her demons, does her submission hold the key to her future happiness? Or will their shared past destroy them once and for all?

Be Warned: anal sex, sex toys, BDSM, menage sex.







Before I get to the review I would like to add, I myself am not or will never be a person for this lifestyle, but I do read it. The things is in order for me to like it, it has to be hot I have to feel comfortable reading it or I will not like it. I hope this helps you in deciding to try any BDSM books that I read and enjoy.

This is one of the best BDSM shifter books that I’ve read. I fell in love with Ink in the first book and to see him ended up with someone like Cherie, just made my day. Ink seems like a headstrong man that just cares for himself, but when it comes to his mate his is a total different person and is willing to do anything to get her though her fears. This story has more emotions added, it would have been a knock out if the author could have expanded on a lot of details in this book, but for a quick hot read this is really superb.

This is a medium BDSM read with a hot ménage that includes anal play and sex with two extremely hot shifter men. This story carried more pain then the first book, but it didn’t get out of my comfort zone.  BDSM includes sex toys, bondage, claws being used on skin, knife used in places *clears throat* well, you’ll have to read to find that one out, belt being used in various areas and mention of deceives like cages etc.

Both the heroine and hero I found very lovable. I hope that the author will continue and write a book for Grisha.

This is part of a series and you can read as a stand alone, but I do suggest reading in order because you get a better feel for Ink. 

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