Tuesday, 28 July 2015

REVIEW: Wicked Fall (The Wicked Horse, Book 1) by Sawyer Bennett


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.


I don't often dig cowboys but if it's Sawyer Bennett cowboys, um, ya-ah... 

I'll start with "That was hot!!" I seldom read bks with those scenes, but I'll be the first to admit that that was smokin', yes!!!

The story is actually quite simple. Woolf is a cowboy CEO with a certain predilection which started from his college days, courtesy of his friend, Bridger. He goes thru his days in his own merry ways. Callie returns to town after an incident and runs into Woolf. Their families are friends, they pretty much grew up together, she's always got the hots for him. Turns out, so does he.

Callie had her doubts but Woolf, does he have a mountain of them when it comes to her. Should he? Or should he not?

I find with Sawyer reads, and what I do appreciate, is that the angst and doubts do not always stem from the h. She gives the H as much baggage. And it's no diff here. Woolf, for all his money and confidence, has his own insecurities when it comes to her. But like he says it himself, he may not be good with words and expressing his feelings but he certainly makes up for it with his actions *nudge-wink* Callie was trying to shed her vanilla self. And tried she did!

They both have this privileged upper class upbringing. It's all about image. But boy, behind a certain closed door, totally diff ball game! I thought the heat level on this one was thru the roof!

And I was really enjoying the everyday stuff along with the heat, until the 80% mark. Then it felt like those 2 morphed into their teenage selves with their thoughts and actions. That took a full rating away, unfortunately. Luckily, Bridger to the rescue, sorta, then Woolf won me back, as has Callie.

The epilogue, as hot as it was, did feel like it came from the left field. In my head, it would've made more sense if that was provided as an excerpt to the next book. Also, I'm actually looking forward to Bridger's story. You can tell that man has a story to tell...

If you like cowboys, I think you'll like this. If you don't, give it a chance. If you want something more spicy in your romance reads, then yes, definitely give this a try!;)

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