Thursday, September 18, 2014

SUNNY- BLOG TOUR AND REVIEW: "Uncivilized" by Sawyer Bennett


Uncivilized 
By Sawyer Bennett


Putting a woman on her knees before me is what really makes my cock hard. I fuck with dominant force and absolute control. I demand complete surrender from my conquests.
Savage man, loner, warrior… I am dangerous at my core. I have lived amidst the untamed wild of the rainforest, in a society that reveres me and where every woman falls before me in subjugation.

Now I’ve been discovered. Forced to return to a world that I have forgotten about and to a culture that is only vaguely familiar to my senses.

Dr. Moira Reed is an anthropologist who has been hired to help me transition back into modern society. It’s her job to smooth away my rough edges… to teach me how to navigate properly through this new life of mine. She wants to tame me.

She’ll never win.

I am wild, free and raw, and the only thing I want from the beautiful Moira Reed is to fuck her into submission.

She wants it, I am certain.

I will give it to her soon.

Yes, very soon, I will become the teacher and she will become my student. And when I am finished showing her body pleasure like no other, she’ll know what it feels like to be claimed by an uncivilized man.

Sawyer Bennett pushes the sexual envelope; going to places she has not gone before in her books.  I appreciate her stretch. But at the heart of this story is still quintessential Sawyer Bennett. The characters are warm and giving, essentially nice people regardless of where there are raised.

Although this book is called “uncivilized”, it is not a story about a “savage”, but rather about people being primal.  Zacharias Easton, son of missionaries, is orphaned with a native tribe in the Amazon at a young age.  When his √ľber rich godfather finds out that he is still alive, he hires Dr. Moira Reed to help acclimate him to the modern world.  Dr. Reed is an anthropologist who specializes in studying how native people integrate to civilization. Moira, even with her professional detachment as a shield, is immediately attracted to Zach.  Growing up without a lot of boundaries, he is earthy and vital.  His is not constrained by modern rules. And yet, because he did spend his early years growing up in the States, he knows the language and is reconnecting with people at a fundamental level.  In his character, we get to experience Zach’s fish-out-of-water experience without a language barrier. We get to live through the eyes of someone who has at least a framework to interpret his experiences. 

This is not only a story of acclimation, but also sexual exploration – and Zach isn’t the only one exploring. Moira ventures into new territory as well. Zach gives her the opportunity to stretch her own boundaries, challenge the social constraints, and live a little!

Given the title and the promotion of this book, I expected it to be edgier with over the top dominant characters. I really quite relieved it is not because then it would not be a Sawyer Bennett book.  Is it sexual? Yes. Is it erotic? Yes. Is it emotional? Yes.  It is  a love story with a primal touch.

If you’ve been thinking about trying erotica–light, you will want to read this book. It is more sexual than your average romance, but without all the meanness and angst of some other erotica. 

Thank you to the author for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. 

USA Today Best-Selling author, Sawyer Bennett, is a snarky southern woman and reformed trial lawyer who decided to finally start putting on paper all of the stories that were floating in her head. She is married to a mobster (well, a market researcher) and they have two big, furry dogs who hog the bed. Sawyer would like to report she doesn’t have many weaknesses but can be bribed with a nominal amount of milk chocolate.







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