By: Laura Kaye
Series: Blasphemy #2
My Copy: Ebook from Publisher
The BookWhisperer's Rating:
He wants to dominate her senses—and her heart…
Quinton Ross has always been a thrill-seeker—so it’s no surprise that he’s drawn to extremes in the bedroom and at his BDSM club, Blasphemy, where he creates sense-depriving scenarios that blow submissives’ minds. Now if he could just find one who needs the rush as much as him…
Cassia Locke hasn’t played at Blasphemy since a caving accident left her with a paralyzing fear of the dark. Ready to fight, she knows just who to ask for help—the hard-bodied, funny-as-hell Dom she’d always crushed on—and once stood up.
Quinton is shocked and a little leery to see Cassia, but he can’t pass up the chance to dominate the alluring little sub this time. Introducing her to sensory deprivation becomes his new favorite obsession, and watching her fight fear is its own thrill. But when doubt threatens to send her running again, Quinton must find a way to master her senses—and her heart.
What starts out as a “no strings attached” helping session between Quinton and Cassia turns into a lot more throughout “Mastering Her Senses.” After an accident, Cassia is left with the fear of the dark and has asked Quinton to help her with his sensory deprivation BDSM technique in hopes that it will help. At first, the two relearn each other and quickly build on their time together while wearing their emotions for each other on their sleeves.
Quinton was super hot in this book. Something about the intense need to take care of Cassia while during the scene but also any other time of the day really spoke of his growing love for her. He tried his best to help her beat her fear, praised her when she did well, and was there if anything went wrong to help bring her back down. He was perfect!
Cassia was as sweet as they come but I still had a hard time getting to really connect with her. She wanted to beat her fear and she wanted Quinton but that is all I really felt from her character. I think I needed a little more from her; whether it be that it took longer to conquer her fear or it took longer to rope in Quinton.
Either way it was a good, sugary sweet book.