Wild Rose Press [link to buy]
Rating: 5 out of 5 Paddles
Sometimes you find a book you just love and for me Pure Sin by Rynne Raines is one of them. I had no expectations when I accepted this book to review, I’d never read any of Rynne’s work before and was quite surprised that, from the very start of the book, I was hooked.
The storyline focuses on two members of the BDSM community, both assisting newbie’s to the scene, by offering training in relation to D/s practices. Bianca Alexander is without a Master. She lost her heart to a Dom four years ago and hasn’t really gotten over him. Cade Sinclair is renowned within the Kink community as the most skilled Dom in the city, and it’s been proposed that Cade becomes Bianca’s new teaching partner at the club where she works. I probably don’t need to tell you but, Cade is the Dom who stole Bianca’s heart four years earlier…once they are back in the same room the sexual tension rises and the two characters start a dance of misunderstandings, lust, doubts, trust and love.
The characters are beautifully written. They are very likeable, easy to relate too and because of this, they pull you into their world and hold your attention throughout. The story of Cade and Bianca is realistic. These two people could be friends of mine within the BDSM lifestyle. They are everyday people with everyday life and relationship issues. The secondary characters within the story are similar in their likability. I doubt there wouldn’t be one reader who couldn’t relate to the matchmaking friend and her husband, the trouble making tramp who tries to interfere because she want Cade, and the family member who doesn’t understand the lifestyle.