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TRUST Reviewed by Dark Divas

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Kari is twenty-one, but in many ways she is still a child; having lost her parents as a baby and then her only other living relatives — the grandparents who raised her — as a teen, she has a hard time forming emotional attachments. Believing she can fill the void in her life with music and sex, she dances her evenings away at a Cyber-Goth club and leaves with the man of the day.

That is, until she is introduced to Julian, a man who loves the cyber scene as much as she does and has a British accent to die for. There’s only one problem…he refuses to have sex with her.

Julian is brokenhearted after losing the masochist he groomed for years to meet his every sadistic need. As a fashion buyer for the family business, he travels the world to stay connected to the ever changing trends of the Cyber-Goth community, shopping by day and dancing by night, but left with little time to find a girlfriend. In a moment of desperation agrees to meet a girl who should fit perfectly in his Cyber-Goth world — and that she does. There’s just one big problem: she is completely vanilla and unable to trust.

Is there anyway for Kari and Julian to meet halfway, or will Kari have to learn to surrender her every fear in order to trust Julian enough to become park of his dark, dangerous kinky world?

Publisher’s Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, substantial BDSM theme and content (including/not limited to bondage, domination/submission, flogging, rope play, spanking) daddy/daughter play, menage, same sex interaction (f/f).
Jae’s Review:

I couldn’t resist picking this book up when I saw the blurb. I am completely fascinated by Cyber-Goth style communities. With the added bonus of Roxy Harte as the author, who could resist picking up Trust.

Julian and Kari were incredibly interesting. I don’t have a way to describe them really, other than coarse and unrefined. Don’t get me wrong here, I am in no way talking about the writing, which was smooth and engaging throughout this story. I’m referring to the way Roxy Harte developed the personalities of her characters. The characters themselves have a long way to go to be comfortable within themselves. There were times I felt like Julian should just walk away before he hurt poor Kari; and times when I thought that if Kari were any less clued in to her own needs, wants and desires, she’d surely have to live in a protective bubble.

But somehow through it all it was like a key trying to find its matching lock in a pitch black room: the odds aren’t good, but there is a glimmer of hope. And when Kari and Julian find each other, the results are well worth the tribulations.

Keep in mind there are some intense scenes in this book, and overall I’d certainly recommend Trust to anyone who reads Roxy Harte’s books or who enjoys intensely psychological BDSM stories. What I like is that the psychological dynamics are not just one-sided. So often an author focuses on one character with the other character as the savior (primarily the Dom saving a sub). Roxy Harte rarely takes the easy way out from what I’ve read of her stories in general. In Trust, both characters go through a lot to get us to our happy ending. It’s nice to see the growth and change on both their parts.

The ending was very nice and wrapped things up quite well, while leaving me wanting more from them in the future. I’d love to hear more from these characters and their world. I think Roxy Harte set us up nicely for another story featuring Naomi should she decide to write that one. I know I would certainly love to read it.

Rated 4 ½ Delightful Divas by Jae!