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Branded Sanctuary (Nature of Desire Series #7) - Community Reviews back

by Joey W. Hill
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Reading is like breathing...
Reading is like breathing... rated it 5 years ago
4.5 strong and gentle stars.****Reread October 2013, review edited October 31, 2013After a horrible attack about a year ago, Chloe suffers from panic attacks. Her sanctuary was branded. She's always been a woman full of life, joy and laughter. Her friend Gen said over a year ago: "If anyone could li...
Geri's Ever After Romance
Geri's Ever After Romance rated it 5 years ago
4.5 hot branded stars"There's this theory, that when two people focus on the rhythm of their hearts, it synchronizes them. Brings the beats together."What happens when a natural submissive falls in love with someone who is not wired for the D/s lifestyle? Branded Sanctuary is the story of Brendan an...
PamGodwin
PamGodwin rated it 6 years ago
As the seventh and last book in the Nature of Desire series, this is a more psychological than physical portrayal of BDSM, and no one tackles the emotion behind it better than Joey Hill. The story does a brilliant job at expressing the multiple facets and complexity of the lifestyle, as misunderstoo...
Sugar Honey Iced Tea
Sugar Honey Iced Tea rated it 6 years ago
"When two people want each other to be happy so much they're willing to break their own heart to let the other go, it's kismet. Two idiots canceling one another out."Love that one!And... yep, review to come.
Kyahgirl
Kyahgirl rated it 8 years ago
I'd give this 2.5 stars if possible so rounded it up to 3. I liked the characters of both Chloe and Brendan when I ran into them in the Ice Queen/Mirror of my Soul duo and I still liked them in this book but they were different. In this book, I had a hard time connecting with Chloe and the charact...
La Crimson Femme
La Crimson Femme rated it 8 years ago
Ms. Hill creates great contemporary erotic stories. I enjoy her femdom ones and this one was a sweet one. I'm not sure how she adds this tenderness that is very appealing for me. I liked this book. Then again, I almost always enjoy all of Ms. Hill's books. Her writing voice speaks to me.
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