By Sawyer Bennett
Clash (verb): to conflict, disagree.
It might be fair to say that I despise Macy Carrington. She slings insults with precision, not caring about the destruction she leaves in her wake. We clash in a battle of wills every time we’re around each other, and yet… I still fantasize about being lodged deep within her body.
Clash (verb): to come together or collide.
I have never encountered someone that grates me the way Cal Carson does. His pompous, arrogant demeanor. A holier-than-thou attitude. Any interaction with “Saint Cal” ends in a verbal clash of epic proportions, and yet… there’s no one I’d rather have in my bed than him.
Clash (noun): a battle, fight or skirmish.
Her breathy moans mingle with the sound of our flesh coming together, clashing with the silence that surrounds us, dispelling any notions I once had about Macy Carrington.
Maybe I can break down her walls if we can call a truce to this battle.
He whispers filthy words in my ear, provoking feelings I never knew were possible. The burning desire in his touch clashes with everything I once believed about Cal Carson.
Maybe he can be the balm I need to soothe my broken soul, if only temporarily.
Calvin (Cal) Carson and Macy Carrington have one thing in common: their absolute hatred for one another.
I will admit she’s starred in a few of my own fantasies while jacking off. It usually involves her sucking my cock, because in my fantasy, if her mouth is full of dick, I don’t have to listen to her irritating voice.
But all that hate builds and it has to go somewhere, and it ends up exploding in a kitchen pantry in the middle of a child’s birthday party. Yowza, that scene was beyond hot, so dirty and a little kinky. I loved it.
While this is book 1 in a trilogy, it’s not really the first book in the series. The first books in the series are about Matt and McKayla (Mac), which is where I’m assuming you meet Cal and Macy. Sawyer did a great job getting you up to speed on who’s who, what happened in the past, etc.
Without reading the rest of the series, I can tell you that Macy is rich, doesn’t do relationships, only has one night stands with no repeats and might have some serious issues relating to her childhood. She’s a great lay and a perfect match to Cal’s dirty minded ways.
Cal is…god, how can I describe him? Honestly, he sounds like the perfect man. He’s crude, quick-witted, loves to play during sex, has an ego to match the size of his big dick, oh and he’s a lawyer. But wholly hell is he a nice guy. He wants to settle down. He wants a wife and family. With the exception of Macy, he hates hurting women. He’s loyal to a fault, so loyal his friendship with his best friend was destroyed years ago because he was honest.
My dream fantasy would be to find a gorgeous wife that fucks like a porn star, is independent yet warm, and is equally as adept at baking cookies as she is at running a million-dollar corporation. Then we’d produce some beautiful kids who would be equally as brilliant as their parents, and my life would be complete. So fucking ready for that.
Being that this is a serial novella, it’s a very quick read. The book ends with Macy encountering some legal troubles and it’s Cal’s job to help her, while trying very hard to resist her promised land.
Clash: A Legal Affairs Story (Cal and Macy # 1)
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