Natural Law, performed with steamy coyness by Maxine Mitchell, is a dark and disturbing story about a sexy homicide cop, Mac Nighthorse, who goes undercover to hunt the underground BDSM sex haunts to find out which dangerous dominatrix is thrilling her gladly paying customers with arousing pain and erotic torment before....murdering them. Ouch, indeed.
If you enjoy Natural Law, consider watching the similarly plotted film from 1980, Cruising, starring a young Al Pacino at the height of his game.
Mackenzie "Mac" Nighthorse is a highly respected homicide detective and a career cop. There isn't a dangerous situation that can back him down. However, the personal becomes uncomfortably entangled in the professional when he goes undercover in a high class BDSM club as a male submissive in order to find a Dominatrix who is winning the trust and then murdering her chosen partners. When his path crosses Violet Siemanski's, he realizes he's found a Mistress willing to be his ally in finding the murderess. But Violet is also going to shatter Mac's shields and make him question who he is and what he wants, a challenge more disturbing than any case he's ever worked.
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Like the romance, but love the action involved to get there!
Wow, just wow! First, let me say that at the time of this review this book is under $4 for a full length book! Then let me say, I would have gladly paid $30 for it!
I will warn you, this IS erotica, the entire book was a dance of emotionally charged getting to know you hot hot hot graphic graphic graphic steam! This book is mostly from the viewpoint of the female Dom Mistress Violet. The author lets you into the Dom's head in what she is thinking and feeling while trying to break in a new sub, Mackenzie. Mac is not a typical sub...he's all alpha male hard ass cop...but he is wired to want to be controlled in the bedroom. He knows in his heart he is a sub, but no Mistress has ever fully broken him and he has never willingly surrendered.
Seeing into the mindset of a Dom was fascinating. Watching this story unfold was riveting! I did feel that the narrator took too many diction lessons...a bit curt with her enunciations but it didn't detract from the story too much. Listening to how a Dom/sub relationship is forged was really enlightening and entertaining. If you like erotica even a little then this should be an automatic download for you. There was passion, chemistry, hot scenes, a murder mystery, and a keep you guessing till the end plot. It had me at minute one! Just hit add to cart!
If all you want to hear is sex, this is the book for you. Very juvenile and not a 50 Shades of Grey if that was the intent.
Add more content/story.
this had a good outline with some new and interesting twists,but author waxed too poetic...I would read poems if I wanted poetry.
no, I like the genre,but this author's execution was way too slow.
this reader has an AKA, I can't place it...not my favorite and I would not buy a listen by this reader again. Weak man's voice. What 6'4" 220 lbs man sounds like young boy. Sounds like Eva Kaminsky, who I do not like unless in the Sullivans only.
the characters were good. Outline good, but fill in of story just did not happen.
this story was on sale....I would not waste a credit on another of this author work unless reader changed and other reviewers gave lots of stars
The story was hot and well written. The narration was a little flat.
I loved the whole series ,This book could have been hotter with the right narrator
But this book is still worth the listen
I bought this book because it was on sale and I wanted to try a new author. I thought the book was just ok. I couldn't really get into the main characters. It felt like a girl playing a roll that I didn't feel was truly her and a man that I couldn't fully see as a submissive. He didn't feel like a true submissive, especially when he kept trying to assert his dominance. So overall these 2 characters didn't work for me at all. I have not finished the book but maybe someday I can get through the entire book.
Maxine Mitchell did a good job as narrator.
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