Review: Saved by His Submissive (The W.I.L.D. Boys Of Special Forces, Book 1) by Angel Payne

Saved by His SubmissiveReviewed by Lynn Reynolds

Please make sure that you read the Dedication – Angel lets you know about what happens with the proceeds from the sale of this book.

Garrett Hawkins and Sage Weston seem to be a very sexual couple. But, then Angel gives the reader a surprise – it caught my attention. It showed me some men can show how much they hurt when their loved one is involved. We also see what some people will do in order to cope.

Garrett and his friend Zeke are on a mission. Angel gives the reader a real eye opening look into the nasty business of white slavery. Garrett and Zeke are men who work for Special Forces and are good dream material.

The words and scenes are very graphic but don’t let that stop you from reading this book. It’s also a book of faith and hope. There’s also a great storyline with some BDSM in it. If this is something that interests you, you will want to add this to your library.

I found that this was a book that I just couldn’t put down. I got hooked from the very beginning and then I just couldn’t stop reading. I also liked the fact that Angel included a secondary couple, Zeke and Rayna. The reader gets a small glimpse into their chemistry and their story will be coming this summer. The book is titled Handcuffed By Her Hero. If you go over to her web site, under books, you can follow the link and she has added some main character profiles for her books – I loved this idea. I’m looking forward to reading more of this series.

Rating: ★★★★☆

Buy: Saved By His Submissive

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