Editorial Reviews. Review. “Deftly drawn. Willing Victim came out a few years before Fifty Willing Victim (Flynn and Laurel Book 1) – Kindle edition by Cara McKenna. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Read “Willing Victim” by Cara McKenna with Rakuten Kobo. A re-release of the fan favorite, with light revisions and an expanded ending. For the past. Willing Victim is definitely not a book for everyone, but if you’re interested in a I was excited to hear that Cara McKenna had regained the.

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But I understand the author caar Laurel has to earn his feelings-not every same that the girl look shining and the H wants her body naked. They’re comfortable with each other. Flynn likes his sexual encounters to be dirty rough. The author wrote the scenes very well making you as much a voyeur as comfortably possible, lol! I could feel their chemistry with the role-play.

Ellora’s Cave Publishing Inc. This book causes excessive heat stroke and frequent change of panties Oh shit, this book is certainly NOT your traditional BDSM book, this is some dark, twisted shit: Flynn offered her something raw and dark, not for the weak.

His dirty talk was… really good and dirty. This book was written really well from the third person POV and made we feel a part of the book which is always good.


I find it hard to believe that Laurel, a 29 year old woman, would easily accept an invitation to meet a man in the basement of a bar and then go there by herself. Laurel studied his slanted handwriting.

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Tell the willin working that Flynn invited you If Laurel was as submissive as women he liked,why was she so dominate? You must read Willing Victim to get more.

His comes mckennna as elusive and he is bossy with that sharp tongue of his. View all 35 comments. Please review your cart. Also, I don’t know why but it bugged me every time Flynn called her “sub shop girl”, I know where the name came from but still, what is up with the odd nickname? And yes, it’s pushing my boundaries. View all 3 comments. And 2 I wish the book were longer.

Willing Victim

Tell the guy working that Flynn invited you. He was too stand offish and RUDE. I could see their relationship occupying the space of a full length book. Would I re-read this book: May 03, Briar’s Reviews rated it it was amazing Shelves: Laurel is shocked she has the courage to go Saturday.

Trust and communication always the most important things. I really enjoyed the first version the only vicfim I didn’t like about it was how it just ended. It really reminded me of Escorted, by Claire Kent. What was at the address? Willimg story shocked the crap out of me.

Once mcknna story takes off, mckwnna roles are turned and Laurel is no longer the aggressor. She hasn’t been able to make a relationship work long-term and she’s stuck living with two roommates in a small apartment in the I bought this book for two reasons: Flynn and Laurel were explosive together, and I seriously wondered how my kindle didn’t spontaneously combust! A little bit more than novella length but I felt it ended as a complete story. Playing By Her Rules.


Willing Victim (Flynn and Laurel, #1) by Cara McKenna (3 star ratings)

Yet with all of these serious subjects, we never missed the main delight of this story. The cult hit, remastered and re-released! There was a pretty cold and cli Buddy read with Aly I just realised I never actually wrote a review for this one but I remember being a bit disappointed by it. This book may be short, but holy SHIT is it potent?

Its a very disappointing cover. The title and the book description are far worse than the reality of the book itself. Their sex was a mind-blowing.

Readers should adhere to the trigger warnings that are given by Cara McKenna before reading. I think it just didn’t fit somehow He initially turns her down, but when she presses him, he writes an address on a napkin and hands it to her.