“Tell me what you want.” Gabriel got his hand in Rase’s hair again and pulled his head back so far that Rase’s neck hurt, his back starting to. Rase Illion is a middle-aged captain of industry, a restrained man with a spotless reputation just emerging from the shadow of his vicious, driven father. Since his. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Uneven at Anah Crow isn’t cut from that cloth, and Uneven is not a book for people who.
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Rase’s headlong tumble into happiness and self-expression is so joyful and enjoyable, and you cheer as he casts off the misery and shackles of parental disapproval, and a path in life that fits him so badly.
Crod watched it fascinated. I did like Allen Rase’s assistant. I’d also forgotten how palpably lonely Rase is.
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I loved to see how Rase became alive little by little. Anah Crow wants to read.
I adore this book I feel the need to state this just in case you didn’ Just as a forewarning, I apologise for my ineloquence and relatively uninspiring review. Jul 18, Oct 01, Nile Princess rated it it was amazing Shelves: I can read two books at the same time, but I get dizzy. Personally, I don’t enjoy books in which the main characters play by the rules, wisely and coolly discuss hard limits and safewords and respect the restrictions of the game.
View all 13 comments. I thought it worked rather well especially with their age difference and it was a nice switch of how usually the submissive is younger since Rase is the submissive but also about 20 years older than Gabrial at least from a majority of bdsm books I’ve read the submissive has been younger.
View all 34 comments. Aug 26, M rated it really liked it Shelves: I honestly loved this book.
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The story was interesting. Search for a book to add a reference. Because she understands Rase and Gabriel, and knows that their love and their desires need the violence, the pain and the humiliation. Can a stockboy, Gabriel, who could have been his son, bring a man who takes over companies worldwide in the blink of an eye, to his knees?
So this book is uneeven ‘raw’ than most BDSM books, they really only use a belt and their hands for inflicting pain, there are no safe words but for some reason you trust Gabriel not to ‘hurt’ Rase, maybe because Rase trusts him and no rules or ‘Yes Sir’s’, but there is being called a whore, crawling on knees through mud and lots of slaps across the face all of which Rase loves.
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This story while sweet and tender at times was just as often fierce and edgy. Thanks for telling us about the problem. And they both get what they need out of that.
I wanted to see his interaction with other people for one, and maybe a bit more fleshing on the lawyer side and just his life in general -Beginning didn’t draw me in, felt slightly cold and bland. I really enjoyed this book.
Rase suppressed his need to be hit because of his father and he made his life into something he had control over but then Yneven does something that instantly awakens Rase’s need for pain.
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View all 3 comments. Lists with Crwo Book. Jan 20, Kat rated it really liked it Shelves: This eventually sets them free to embrace the sadomasochistic needs they both have, in different ways.
Since his father’s death five years ago, Rase has been living as though the old man were still alive, keeping up appearances with his trophy wife and his huge house anag his workaholic lifestyle.
Because the story is told from Rase’s perspective, Gabriel is an enigma, and not in a good way.
Beyond that, I heartily recommend this to people who aren’t squeamish over bdsm that tends to lean towards the dark side. It kind of feels like I’m having a midlife crisis actually. Anah Crow is currently reading Quests by Jeff Howard.
All that and yet it encompasses so much more.