Publish date: 2014-10-16
Pages no: 49
Edition language: English
Series: F.I.S.T.S. (#1)
I decided to start this book just before going to sleep but was so tired I had to leave it half done (my eyelids weighed a ton). The next morning, just after breakfast, I picked it up again. I remembered it was hot but I had almost forgotten it was incredibly romantic. I was so excited, so moved, so...
I have read my fair share of BDSM books. And what is always important to me is that being a dominant or submissive does not mean you can either acts like an asshole or never stand up for yourself.And in this one the Sarge really got on my nerves. He was kind of an asshole. He meant well, but things ...
On the whole? Loved it. Looking at the little quirks? Not so much.*POV change confused the hell out of me :( I don't mind it, really, when it alternates chapters or when there is a name of a character before the change occurs. There was no pattern to it in this book. I thought I had it figured out, ...
Well written and gripping. And did I mention hot? This was short, but it didn't feel insubstantial. It had surprising depth for such a short novella. Good one!
This author's writing is so fresh. I read a lot and sometimes stories feel somewhat recycled, definitely not the case with anything Bey writes.Sarge is a sci-fi, futuristic, war, BDSM combo. It's short, but the wording is perfect, no repetition, exactly right for bringing the setting to life in ou...