Lena Grey's Reviews > Ambush

Ambush by Clare London
Rate this book
Clear rating

by
4439081
's review
May 02, 12

Read in May, 2012

The concept of an ambush has a distinctly negative connotation considering that it means a surprise attack, but in Clare London's book, 'Ambush’, she presents an extraordinary type of ambush which proves to be anything but detrimental.

Miles and Zeke were introduced in 'True Colors’, the first book in this series. They're a complicated, but fascinating couple, still testing their limits and reassuring themselves and each other of the strength of their love. One of Zeke's goals is to get Miles to loosen up and try new things. Zeke wants Miles to experience being physically restrained and submissive, under his control, to trust him completely. He persists in the seduction, but is prepared to stop at any point, if he felt that Miles was truly distraught. As it turns out, even though Miles is feeling insecure and way out of his comfort zone, he's also extremely excited by it all.

After 'True Colors', I'd have said that it wouldn't be possible for things to heat up any more than they already had, but I'd have been wrong. Their performance in this interlude almost caused the mercury to burst right out of the top of the thermometer. Throughout it all, their hard-earned respect and love for each other burns hotter and shines more brilliantly than even their passion does. This story may be read alone, but I suggest reading 'True Colors' first, because without the background story, it won't be as meaningful. If you want to read a short, passionate story about two men who are very much in love, 'Ambush' would be a great choice. Thanks, Clare, for once again turning up the heat.


NOTE: This book was provided by Dreamsinner Press for the purpose of a review on QMO Books.
likeflag

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Ambush.
sign in »

No comments have been added yet.