“Tell me what you want.” Gabriel got his hand in Rase’s hair again and pulled his head back so far that Rase’s neck hurt, his back starting to. Rase Illion is a middle-aged captain of industry, a restrained man with a spotless reputation just emerging from the shadow of his vicious, driven father. Since his. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Uneven at Anah Crow isn’t cut from that cloth, and Uneven is not a book for people who.
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However, if you’re not interested in reading about this kind of sexuality, I doubt this book has anything to offer qnah. View all 21 comments. The connection between the MCs was fabulous!
Rase is middle-aged and he has fucked up his life. Since his father’s death five years ago, Rase has been living as though the old man were still alive, keeping up appearances with his trophy wife and his huge house and his workaholic lifestyle.
Gabriel CharitonRase Illion. He’s rational, steady and absolutely adorable when nervous. School Donation Program In Memory of So this book is more ‘raw’ than most BDSM books, they really only use a belt and their hands for inflicting pain, there are no safe words but for some reason you trust Gabriel not to ‘hurt’ Rase, maybe because Rase trusts him and no rules or ‘Yes Sir’s’, but there is being called a whore, crawling on knees through mud and lots of slaps across the face all of which Rase loves.
I did not like the way Gabriel uses hitting on the face to drive his Added after second read: Holy crap, Anah Crow! This read is all about it and oh it hurst so deliciously.
View all 34 comments. That stopped him in his tracks, and he stood there, wondering what to do with himself. Enter Rase, a middle-aged captain of industry. Uneven by Anah Crow Goodreads Author. Anah Crow Goodreads Author. I normally need to keep telling myself that it’s consensual Is there a sequel planned? But once you accept anaj – and if you can’t bring an open mind to this, you may as well uuneven bother buying the book because you’ll never get past the disapproval – there is so much to enjoy.
Man, I miss their writes. Uneven is about two men and lust and need so raw, that it blasts out everything that should have mattered.
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Of course you can! His ahah was apt, once in a while, even if he acted like the devil himself the rest of the time. It’s just awesome, you know? Rase was never good enough. Rase wants to be hurt, and Gabe hurts him.
Thank you for your patience. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Of course there were times when Rase’s need to be hurt was quite frightening at times, and almost fanatic. While I don’t fully undestand why you’d want to bleed and crawl during sex or at any time – although I do get why you’d love having power and control in the metaphorical bedroomthe way Rase feels it and the skill with which it’s conveyed cfow me enjoy it all amah as much as he did.
The only wnah we will consider removing is spam, slanderous attacks on other members, or extremely offensive content eg. What fascinates me is what it fulfills in people, why the need it, who are they, what do they do, how did they get there and what their inner musings are about it. Anah Crow Average rating: Yup, that was intense I’m a horrible procrastinator. I did not like the way Gabriel uses hitting on the face to drive his messages home in a couple of places.
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I’ve become kind of stingy with my 5 star ratings lately but this one deserves it. He rubbed lightly at his wrists once the cuffs were off.
How To Swap Books? Besides the fact that it might be just a little too late at that point, it takes me out of the story when it comes to this type of book. Looks like this book is no longer available. I found this book to be highly offensive. January Feb 04, May 01, Lisa Henry rated it really liked it Shelves: Rase need to be hurt is scary!!! Rase had been expecting something in keeping with the rest of the building. It’s possibly one of the most powerful, honest books I’ve ever read on any subject.
This was Rase’s story. I like that, simply, Rase wants to get the shit beat out of him and Gabriel wants to beat the shit outta him. They have no boundaries, no safe words.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. It’s the dynamics between Gabriel and Rase that interest me, I couldn’t care less about Rase jerking himself off.