Author: Sawyer Bennett
Publisher: Big Dog Books LLC
Rating: 4 stars
Buy Links: Amazon
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Blurb: Never in your wildest dreams could you begin to imagine all the filthy and depraved things that go on inside The Wicked Horse. Step inside and Woolf Jennings will make every one of your dirty fantasies come true.
He’s covered in a facade of deception. An enticing blend of multi-millionaire and hot-as-hell Wyoming rancher, those that think they know Woolf Jennings admire his abilities to preside as CEO of his family’s cattle and oil empire. But only a privileged few truly understand what fuels the glitter of depravity in those gorgeous blue eyes. Only a few know he’s opened up a sinfully erotic and private sex club named The Wicked Horse right at the base of the beautiful Teton Mountain range.
Sweet Callie Hayes has returned home to Wyoming and is looking forward to starting her life over again. After a night of impetuosity, she’s managed to put herself right in Woolf’s line of sight… the man who she foolishly offered up her virginity to years ago and was flatly turned down.
Now Woolf is seeing that Callie is all grown up and has a kinky side to her that leaves him as confused as it does turned on. Worse yet, both Callie’s dirty desires and sweet heart are getting under his skin, and making Woolf question everything he’s ever believed about himself.
**Wicked Fall is Book #1 in the Wicked Horse Series but it can be read as a stand alone, as can all of the books in this series.
Review: This is my first Sawyer Bennett book and I’ve gotta say I’m impressed. She’s got erotica down, smokin’ hot-cowboy style. There’s nothing hesitant or cautious about her style or delivery, it’s balls to the wall with loads of kinky sex and hot alpha men.
Woolf is loving his swinging single life with best buddy Bridger. He sits at the head of JennCo, the family business, while running the family’s Wyoming ranch and getting to live the cowboy life, which should be awesome enough. But he’s finally living his passion. In the past year, Woolf and Bridger have built and started running what they’d only dreamed of in college–their own private members-only sex club. Our boys like their sex rough and kinky–or for Bridger, that would be completely noncommittal. They’ve kept it very quiet and exclusive, but since it’s on family property he’s got to tell his brother, the only other person who’d be affected if it came out. But before he can do that, Callie Hayes shows up in his bar in a wet t-shirt contest of all things. Callie’s a childhood friend with grown-up charms, newly single and looking to get over her ex-fiancé by getting into the arms of someone else.
But what does Woolf see? The governor’s daughter. Someone with a lot to lose if she’s caught in the public eye hanging out at a kinky sex club. So his first thought is to get her the heck out of there. When they tangle over her refusal to leave, crazy chemistry kicks in and there’s much less conversation and a whole lot more action. Their relationship continues to build through the book, which suits Callie just fine but continues to worry Woolf. He’d been her deceased brother’s best friend growing up, so she’d always been off-limits. Now he just feels like he’s corrupting her with his kinky ideas and risky sexual behavior–the life he’s lead has made him unsuitable for someone like her. He feels like her dad’s going to see him as a huge asshole who’s taking advantage of his girl and ruining not only her reputation but the Hayes family name as well.
But why should what other people think of his lifestyle bother him? And why can’t he get Callie out of his head and get back to normal? Maybe he’s not the smooth player he thinks he is…
Could Woolf be falling in love?
Callie’s tired of being confined into a persona that never fit. She’s more than a pliant good girl who always does as she’s told, and finding her fiancé bound with a ball-gag being whipped by a dominatrix let her know in no uncertain terms that her efforts were NOT being appreciated. She’s always loved Woolf, and finding out he’s attracted to her and that their sex together is combustible, there’s no way she’s ready to call it quits. But when they push too far and get caught, there’s hell to pay.
When spurned ex-boyfriend Colton runs to tell the Governor he’s seen Callie in a ménage with Woolf at a private cabin at The Wicked Horse, everything happens exactly like Woolf imagined. Callie is banished from The Wicked Horse and Woolf, and Woolf is forced to tell his brother. Can Woolf fix this? More importantly, does he WANT to fix it?
This book was an unapologetic good-time romp. There was a small smidge of Woolf questioning his self-worth because of the life he’d led but he quickly moved on–thank you Jesus. I can handle remorse–and it’s appreciated– but I hate it when it’s used to drive the plot, so hats off to the lady. I’m looking forward to more from The Wicked Horse! Thanks.