SAFEWORD by Samantha Cayto

SAFEWORD by Samantha CaytoSafeword by Samantha Cayto
Series: His Rules Anthology
Genres: BDSM, Contemporary, MM
Reviewed by:Publisher
Published by Pride Publishing

Out of the frying pan and into the fire.  Carter ran away from home because of his desires for men and his curiosity about BDSM.  Seduced by a wealthy man Carter thought he’d found the perfect master in Winters.  Instead the submissive ended up trapped on a small island at the mercy of a sadist and his friends.


Undercover operative Damien Crow has built a solid false identity as a vicious, dangerous man.  He’s on the island to nail Winters and his cohorts as arms dealers.  Before he left for the island his handlers gave Damien a crash course in BDSM knowing it was going to be needed to get Winters to trust him.  Damien is straight and he’s never been interested in BDSM. Luckily he’s a quick study.


As expected Damien is given Carter for the night to do with as he pleases.  The undercover cop knows that the room is bugged with cameras and sound so he’d better make it real even if it’s the first time he’s ever touched another man sexually.  Knowing that Carter is an innocent doesn’t change a thing.  Damien had hoped they’d get down to business the next day, but Winters is dragging his heels. For as long as he has to pretend Damien will play his part with the submissive.  Problem is, the cop is beginning to feel things he never expected, to enjoy his time with Carter in ways he never imagined.  Question is, what will Damien do when the case is wrapped up?


Hot and heavy, Safeword is scorching.  Author Samantha Cayto is able to convey Carter’s feelings of being trapped, alone, and scared.  Damien’s emotional bond with the sub, his sexual awakening for BDSM, it all comes through in Safeword.  Fascinating characters are thrust into deep waters in a fast paced, provocative plotline.  Enjoy!

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