Primal: Overwatch #1 – Sasha White

BDSM club owner Adam Kessler is no one’s hero. He joined the army to get away from the gang-life that had taken his brother, only to come home to heartache. He doesn’t hide his dominant side, and he doesn’t hesitate in his need to protect or enforce his particular brand of retribution on those who’ve earned it. There’s no way in hell he could walk past a man hassling a woman in an empty parking lot and do nothing. Only when the confrontation is over and the voluptuous blonde turns eyes filled with desire to him, does Adam realize he’s in trouble.

Psychologist Olivia Lang grew up with the proverbial silver spoon, and has never regretted spending more time on her career than on romance, until she meets Adam Kessler. He’s dark, he’s dangerous, and he’s deliciously dominant… and she wants him.

Passion burns quick and hot between them and soon they’re caught up in an intensely carnal relationship that neither can deny. But when Olivia’s life is threatened and she learns just how dangerous he can be, will it be too much for the civilized psychologist to handle, or will she truly accept the man and win her hero’s heart?


MMMHMM Adam is mighty fine! and this book rocks, with each book it makes me want more and can’t wait for the next installment.
This wasn’t your usual hard core BDSM book, its a milder one, but it still has some hot sex scenes.
The plot was great and Adam and Olivia were both interesting characters and pulled you into there world.
I love Adam and how fiercely he protects his friends those he cares about.
The relationship that develops between Adam and Olivia is smoking hot, there chemistry works so well, they have such a intense connection.
I liked the fact that Olivia is smart, she is a independent woman but need what Adam can give her in the bedroom.
It was a refreshing change to read a book that is relatively drama-free, there are a couple of small conflicts which do cause some commotion for Adam and Olivia, but there are not any huge drama that bring there world crashing down, making it a nice easy read where the story flows really well.

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