Bind and Keep Me

Cari Silverwood
Bind and Keep Me
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Publisher
Cari Silverwood
Release Date
August 2013
ISBN
9781301773190
Series
Book 2 of Pierced Hearts
Genre
BDSM, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more

SUMMARY
How far would you go to protect your love and your life?

When two deaths turn his world upside down, Klaus must wrestle with a problem that goes soul deep. With Jodie it was capture fantasy but now he's made the fantasy real, dragging her along as his accomplice. No one should feel so good about something so wrong.

Maybe his soul is darker than he feared. Maybe the rules shouldn't apply to him.

Warning: Dark erotica, Menage Mff with BDSM themes, capture fantasy, and dubious consent.

Contains spanking, bondage, caning and piercing, and one alpha possessive man about to toss aside his morals and take what he wants.

Book Review by Laurie P (reviewer)
Dec 25, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
123 people found the following review helpful
In this dark and taboo tale, the writing and the characters are as well done as you would expect from Cari Silverwood. The characters and their relationships are a complex and evolving thing in this story. And I could appreciate this book for that aspect along with the great writing.

Jodie is Klaus's submissive. Klaus is a true sadist, but Jodie loves the pain. Their relationship works for the two of them. When Jodie goes missing, Klaus goes to find her at the house of another Dom, where things go very wrong. Klaus finds everyone drugged at the Dom's house, with the woman he thinks is Jodie dead in the bed alongside of the Dom.

Filled with rage, he lets the Dom die on his own vomit. But it's not Jodie; he finds her safe, but drugged. He also finds Stephanie. She's a witness, so what to do? He does what any Dom and sadist would do: he kidnaps Stephanie. This begins the journey of complete subjugation for Stephanie. Along the way, they discover something about Jodie...

The contrast in the relationship between Klaus and Jodie, then Klaus and Stephanie, as well as the one between Jodie and Stephanie were fascinating to watch develop. As was the change in Stephanie the further Klaus took her training.

This was book two in the series, with the first dealing with Jodie's capture fantasy done by Klaus. I didn't read it and was a bit lost with how the two came to be together. This book is listed as dub-consent, but to my mind, it leaned more toward non-consent. It didn't seem to hold to the tenets that most BDSM books use, "safe, sane and consensual", because at no time did I read Stephanie ever verbally accept any of what happened to her. So I would recommend this book if this is acceptable to you and suggest you read book one first.
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