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Razor's Edge (The Cowboy and the Dom #2)

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Razor blades left by a murderer continue to remind Sam and Thomas of James, the man they lost to violence… whose killer is still out there and seems to be watching them constantly, biding his time.

Meanwhile, their carefully built relationship also teeters on the edge of a knife. Sam’s efforts to be the kind of full-time sub he thinks Thomas wants fail miserably, and Thomas
Kindle Edition, 373 pages
Expected publication: January 21st 2020 by Tygerseye Publishing, LLC
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Audrey Pott
Jan 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I am loving this series by Jodi, this is not a normal D/S relationship so Thomas and Sam are still learning, which at times frustrates both of them. I was proud of Sam at the Clubs NYE party Sam tried so hard , he sat behind Thomas, kept his eyes down and I loved the commentry going on in his head made me smile. Unfortunately there are misunderstandings, a roller coaster ride of emotions and wasn’t expecting what happened to Sam.

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Jan 12, 2020 added it
Thomas and Sam are trying to settle into their Dom/sub roles. Both learning as they are go. Thomas tries to treat Sam like his other subs but it just isn’t working for them like it should. While they work on learning each other, the threat of a stalker still hangs over them.

I really liked the first book. I struggled through this one. Having the barest knowledge about BDSM I felt like their learning each other was well done. The stalker didn’t feel like it was integrated into the storyline. It
Joscelyn Smith
Jan 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This a great continuation of Thomas and Sam's story, I enjoyed following along with them as they worked to build a relationship that worked for them amidst the uncertainty of differing expectations and dealing with the stalker. All in all an enjoyable second installment to the series.

*I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of the book provided by the LesCourt ARC team*
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JODI spent too many years in New York and San Francisco stage managing classical plays, edgy fringe work, and the occasional musical. She, therefore, is overdramatic, takes herself way too seriously, and has been known to randomly break out in song. Her men are imperfect but genuine, stubborn but likable, often kinky, and frequently their own worst enemies. They are characters you can’t help but ...more