By Sawyer Bennett
Grind (verb): to weaken or destroy gradually
Macy Carrington is not the woman I once thought her to be.
What she does not allow her heart to feel, she gives with her body. The sex between us is explosive and depraved. I’ve done things with her that would never have crossed my wildest imagination, and I can’t ever seem to get enough.
But now I want more from her. I want to figure out her dark secret, expose it and then help her to heal from it. I know, without a doubt, that Macy is capable of love, and I will grind her down until I make her accept the truth of it.
Grind (verb): to wear down, polish, or sharpen by friction
Cal Carson is not the man I once thought him to be.
Strong, determined, sexy as hell and a beast in the bedroom. He is every woman’s fantasy.
He is my fantasy.
But no matter how hard Cal tries to grind me down, my heart and secrets are mine and mine alone.
Two words: HOLY SHIT!!!. Please excuse me for a few moments while I fan myself. You know on Amazon when you look at a book, it says “Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought …”, and underneath those words it has a bunch of links to other books? GRIND should have links to spare pairs of panties underneath it. Don’t laugh, I’m serious. Do not read GRIND at work because you may have to explain to your co-workers why you’re fidgeting in your seat. A lot.
Macy honey, if you don’t want Cal, I’ll take him. In. A. Heartbeat. I don’t think I can find a single fault with the guy. He’s smart, loyal and honourable. He’s sensitive to Macy’s moods and how far he can push her. He likes and respects her but knows he’s not in love with her just yet. And the man has some serious skills and playful ideas in the bedroom. Or up against a building window. You know what? It doesn’t matter where he is, he just makes it work. Like a boss. And it’s so friggin’ hot.
Macy is in unchartered territory with Cal, acknowledging that she’s in a sexual relationship with him, but not an emotional one. She likes him, but she doesn’t really want to like him, thinking that she’s toxic and no good for a man like Cal. She displays a strong confidence on the outside, but inside and under certain circumstances, she’s very insecure due to whatever happened in her past. What I like most about Macy is that she doesn’t seem to be the type that’s easily offended.
Given that this series is a trilogy, GRIND does end with a bit of a cliffhanger. We’re getting closer to learning about Macy’s secret that she’s kept from everyone except her best friend, Mac. Sawyer has done a great job with building the story and the secret up slowly, but not so slowly that it leaves you frustrated.
My favourite part? Their night at Voyeur. Enough said.
Grind: A Legal Affairs Story (Cal and Macy # 2)
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