Body Politics (Rod and Cane Society), Cara Bristol (Review)

BodyBody Politics (Rod and Cane Society), Cara Bristol

Stephanie Gordon is a feminist, she founded and leads an organization that protects women’s rights and teaches them how to defend themselves. The last thing she expects is to find herself wanting someone like deputy chief of police Mark DeLuca, a member of the Rod and Cane Society. Rod and Cane Society is an old organization that believes in spanking and calling wives by their husband’s names. When Mark meets Stephanie on their blind date, he sees the soft woman beneath the hard shell and knows she is what he has been looking for. He lets her know up front what their relationship will entail and how it will affect her bottom.

Bookswagger Marcia: Five Crowns, major swagger a must read. Do not let the cover fool you! Although it is a hot read the cover looks like it is about a young punk couple but it is not. This is a spanking romance with some hot love scenes. You do not need to read any other book in the series (but you should lucky you), feel free to jump right in and enjoy. Mark and Stephanie are a prime example of opposites attracting, the author did not just put them together and showcase their chemistry. She made them a believable couple who complimented each other. Followers will enjoy checking in on the society, new comers will not be distracted by the mention of old characters since it helped build Mark and Stephanie’s world. The book was too short I wanted more, although Bristol gave us everything we romance reader want: a love story, a black moment and betrayal from a friend. I am in love with spanking stories and sometimes they can be a little ho hum. Right now I would say Cara Bristol is taking over the genre.

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Posted on April 25, 2013, in Bookswagger, Swagger Book Reviews and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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