The Sergeant-Christa Tomlinson

Sergeant Logan Pierce: Head of Houston’s elite SWAT team. He leads his squad with cool efficiency, taking down rough criminals while keeping his team safe. But behind closed doors he sets a darker part of himself free. He’s a Dominant in the world of Bondage and Domination. As a Dom, he’s controlled many submissives, but never had one for his own. That’s because there’s only one man he wants: Corporal Clay Foster.

Corporal Clay Foster: Highly trained SWAT officer. He’s always the first one to face the dangerous situations of their job. Over the years he’d noticed his Sergeant’s secretly admiring glances and suspected his attraction. One night, with one kiss, he’s proven correct. Clay dives headlong into the rough passion of BDSM that Logan introduces him to. He submits to Logan’s control, accepting the sweet shackles that bind him to his Sergeant. But secrets, both his and Logan’s, force him to leave the newfound safety of his Dom’s arms.

Logan refuses to let go of what he’s wanted for so long, Clay as his own, proudly wearing his collar. Clay wants to be his. He knows it and Clay knows it too. Can Logan safely guide Clay through the obstacles that separate them until he can claim his submissive once more?

I loved this book and it’s writing style, and this is the first m/m D/s book I have read and must say I wasn’t disappointed, couldn’t put it down once I started it.
The main characters Logan and Clay had intense feelings for one another but not without there problems.

I did feel this book was maybe a bit long and could still have been good for being shorter, I felt the story got a bit slow around the 65% Mark.

Christa really knows how to write a sex scene they were hot and sensual, but also well written you felt the love between Caly and Logan.

I loved seeing Clay and Logan’s relationship grow and how they both learned to communicate with each other.
There was lots of emotions that really came through the characters and as the reader it was like I was feeling the hurt along with Clay and Logan. You could feel and understand there struggles.

I also liked the secondary characters and I would be interested to read about Carlos and Tiffany, they came across as a great couple.

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