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Roped (Guards of Folsom Book 4) (English Edition) par [Peterson, SJD]
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Guards of Folsom: Book Four

Life has been known by a series of constants. Violence, anger, drugs, sex, death, heartbreak, pain, fear and the most common, hunger. Always hunger. Not the kind that can be satisfied with food, but the kind born of circumstance. The kind that not only claws within a gut, but settles into a heart, consumes a mind. Deeper. Encircles, penetrates the soul. Hunger for something more, something better, safer. Always just out of grasp.

Craving. Starved.

It’s part of me.

Who I am.

Born of blood and violence, hunger is my fate.

Yet, the slightest things can change the directions of a life. An unplanned circumstance, random act—a connection—a chance event, like a lightning strike, fate trumped.

Jamie is my lightning strike.

Tek Cain

Tek Cain was cultivated from birth to lead the motorcycle gang, Crimson Eight. Jamie Ryan, his best friend, is destined to be his second. But forbidden desires have them questioning everything they know, and an undeniable bond makes them want more than their supposed brotherhood can provide. Their love could get them killed, but they are bound to each other—from the cradle to the grave.

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HASH(0x8e9d46b4) étoiles sur 5 Guards of Folsom, Book 4 is a fabulous read 21 mai 2014
Par Richard F. Casson - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
In this fourth excellent book in the Guards of Folsom series (note that Guards of Folsom is the name of a BDSM club in which all of the stories take place in part or in whole) in which, despite the setting, there is no real bdsm activity except for some bindings during play (thus the name Roped). Tek Cain and Jaime Ryan were both born on the same day to parents who head up a vicious motorcycle club, Crimson Eight. So they are literally friends from birth. They are being raised to lead the club when they become adults. When they are only 13 years old, they kiss each other as an "experiment" and both are turned on by it but won't tell the other one the truth. When they reach 18 years old six years later they are brought into the club and take part in some very nasty activities which neither of them really want to participate in but have no choice in the matter. They also finally tell each other that they are gay and in love with each other. They very cautiously have sex together, hiding it from the other club members who would kill them (literally) if they were found out. This part of the book is extremely gritty and heart stoppingly dangerous to both of them. When the opportunity presents itself, they escape from the rest of the gang, making it look like they were killed and their bodies hidden. They eventually end up in New York and needing to work find themselves in the Guards of Folsom where first one and then both are hired, taught about bdsm and finally feel safe. There are some very hot sex scenes between the two, both before and after they arrive in New York City. This is as superb as everything that SJD has written both in this series and otherwise. I fully expect that there will be a book 5 which will at least in part continue the story of Tek and Jamie since they may be in danger once again though they are unaware of it. Do not miss this book or any that may follow in the series. Buy it, read it and enjoy the danger and love that fills the pages of this outstanding story.
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HASH(0x8e9d4900) étoiles sur 5 Just excellent. 16 juin 2014
Par Jaycee - Publié sur
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Review of ROPED, by SJD Peterson
Review by Jaycee, for Books ‘N Cozy Spots Book Reviews, [...]

Not your average beginning for a ‘Guards of Folsom’ story, but what a set up. From the creation and evolution of a friendship with a bond that stems from a connection deeper than they could know, this is the tale of a couple of bikers who defy that life, and ultimately the odds, to be together: to heal, to discover, and to live as they needed to be.

Not for the faint of heart, the first half of the book or what I call “the biker years”, is gritty and raw and uncomfortable in its nature. The life is graphic and violent and unforgiving. It is a life in no way romanticized, and yet that life is key to the men and the partners “Tek” Cain and Jamie Ryan ultimately become. From their immutable, from-the-cradle bond, the two grew into the heir-apparent and the spare for the Crimson VII MC, inseparable as friends, ‘brothers’ and eventually as lovers. Exposure to their Club brothers would have been fatal, and through a twist of fate (or twist of Fed, as the case may be), that possibility became reality. In a feat that put them in the cross-hairs of both sides of the law, the two passed from this life into the next…

…which just happened to be at The Guards of Folsom BDSM Club. Finding relative security in their new lives, working at the Club and making friendships that were based on trust and respect, and not a code based on fear of reprisal, the two became as comfortable as two fugitives from life can be. They accepted friendship and mentorship and most importantly, reconciled their past. They began to live and love with a freedom of spirit that made them feel almost whole for the first time in their lives.

…And they did so with friends who were not as oblivious to the existence of a “past” as the boys might have thought. Just as well, because it seems the past is about to come knocking.

An HFN story?; definitely. The dreaded ‘cliffhanger’? Perhaps merely another fork in the road, which is just as well, because methinks neither the Feds nor the Crimson VII have met the collective force that is “The Guards of Folsom.”

This is just a stellar story from a stellar series. I recommend both, wholeheartedly
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HASH(0x8e9d48c4) étoiles sur 5 I am a huge fan of this series and couldn’t wait to get my hands on Book 4. 9 juin 2014
Par PrismBookAlliance - Publié sur
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4 of 5 stars~ Review by Caroline

For original review see Prism Book Alliance

Anyone who is up to date with Guards of Folsom will know that it is a BDSM series revolving around a club. This book is very different from the previous 3 and the club doesn’t come into things until after 60%. I will admit this threw me a little initially but it is always good when an author, or a series, can take you out of your comfort zone.

The first part of this book is not comfortable at all. It’s a unstoppable spiral into darkness and despair.

Jamie and Tek have grown up fast surrounded by violence, anger, bigotry, drugs, guns and murder. A shared kiss in their early teens is deeply suppressed as being gay is not an option in the motorcycle club they are affiliated to. This book brings a dark streak to the series that will leave you squirming. There is very little light or happiness in the first half of the story as 2 men who have been best friends since birth fall deeper into a life of despair, having to deny who they are in order to stay alive.

Tek will do anything to protect Jamie, even kill someone in cold blood, and he does when Jamies life is in danger. The more their lives become entwined them more you can feel their despair. Tek becomes more dangerous and volatile everyday living with the fear that Jamie may be hurt or killed. When their hand is forced by a bad situation it provides them with a way out and they run, eventually ending up living near and working for a well known BDSM club that we have all heard of.

I liked the dynamics of Jamie and Teks relationship. Two VERY alpha males who both struggled from the very beginning with what they perceived as weak in regards to their sexual relationship. They are totally absorbed and committed to each other and their relationship felt real. I didn’t quite get the same feeling when they tried adding a D/s element once they learnt about it at the club.

This book was left with a huge cliff hanger again something we haven’t had to get used to in this series. I think we should look forward to some fireworks in Book 5 and more trouble for Tek and Jamie. Hopefully we will get to see a bit more of the club in the next book as the boys are already there and catch up with the rest of the gang…..I need more Micah!!
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HASH(0x8e9d4ea0) étoiles sur 5 Intriguing 1 juin 2014
Par Marleen - Publié sur
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I received my copy from the publisher through Love Romances and More and rated it 4+

This is the fourth title in the ‘Guards of Folsom’ series and I have to confess I didn’t read the first three books. I can’t escape the feeling I would have gotten more out of this book if I’d been familiar with the back story. Not that I didn’t enjoy this book – I did and was captivated by the story – I just think it is possible I would have enjoyed it even more if I had read ‘Pup’, ‘Tag Team’ and ‘Pony’. I guess the only way to find out for sure if that assessment is right is to read those three prequels and I hope to be able to do that in the not too distant future.

Tek Cain had my heart broken. Trained from birth to lead the motor cycle gang, Crimson Eight, he’s had to do some nasty things. Things he only managed to do by making his mind go blank, through not thinking about his actions and their consequences for others. But it hasn’t been easy and he knows sooner or later the darkness will overpower him, rob him of his humanity.

The only thing keeping Tek from turning into a monster is his life-long friend Jamie. They’ve been together from birth and Jamie is destined to be Tek’s second in command when the time comes to assume his role as leader. Jamie and Tek are more than friends and gang brothers though. Their feelings run deeper; the attraction between them is undeniable. Being part of a gang that frowns on homosexuality and would cast them out or kill them for their love should their secret ever be discovered, Jamie and Tek have to hide their feelings for each other and pretend to be what they are not.

When hiding and pretending are no longer enough to keep them safe, Jamie and Tek have to embark on a new life far away from everything they know. But while it’s possible to run from danger, leaving the past behind is far more difficult and may well turn out to be impossible.

This was a rather dark but completely captivating story. The reader is given the opportunity to really get to know Jamie and Tek through glimpses of their younger years before we get to the moment when they both become full gang members and give in to their feelings for each other.

Crimson Eight is a full blown, hard and violent gang. This book isn’t trying to romanticize gang membership. Yes, there is the unquestioned loyalty towards each other but it comes at a huge price. In order to be the man the gang expects him to be, Tek will have to sacrifice his humanity. And while being with Jamie allows Tek to keep a grasp on that humanity, the risk they take simply through giving in to their feelings for each other is huge. And Tek knows that it is only a matter of time before he performs that one act of unimaginable violence that will throw him into the darkness forever.

I loved the relationship between Jamie and Tek. Two strong and dominant men, constantly fighting for the upper hand while finding unexpected pleasure in occasionally losing that battle to the other.

Every chapter starts with an excerpt from what I suspect is Tek’s journal and they gave me a wonderful insight into what makes the man tick. Those sections were deep, at times almost philosophical and gave small but enticing hints as to what was to come next.

“Love is too small a word to define everything I feel for him, the meaning too simple. Too many intangible feelings for such a common four-letter word.”

I don’t want to say too much more about the story since it would be a shame to spoil it. I do need to add though that the book ends on the sort of cliff-hanger that makes it a foregone conclusion that I will be reading the next book as soon as it becomes available. I’ve fallen for Jamie and Tek and need to know what happens to them next; I have to make sure they will be okay.
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HASH(0x8ea210d8) étoiles sur 5 Wonderful 29 mai 2014
Par Christy Duke - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
4.5 Stars ~ I truly adore Jo Peterson, definitely as a person, but she constantly blows me away with her writing. 'Roped' is book four in her 'Guards of Folsom' series and each book I think “There's no way she can meet or exceed the previous book”. But, each time, she does, and I believe I'm going to stop wondering how she does it. I have certain authors that no matter what they write, be it romance, paranormal, contemporary, urban fantasy, or a combination of all, I always enjoy their work. SJD Peterson is one of those authors. I want to live in her books and I really want to go to Guards of Folsom, the incredible BDSM club featured in these books. Perhaps, someday, the author will take me to her inspiration. *grins*

Motorcycle gang. A world I have no understanding of except what I've read and/or seen on TV. A violent, misogynistic world of crime, drugs, sex, fear, and brutality. A world where being gay isn't just not allowed, it's a death sentence. This is the world that Tek and Jamie were born into. At eighteen when they both become full fledged members of Crimson VIII, Jamie already knows he's in love with his best friend. Tek, however, is working on denial by screwing anything that moves and is female, even though he keeps hoping he'll eventually feel something. These times where Tek and Jamie are immersed within the gang life are dark times with bloodshed and violence and these scenes were difficult to read but understandable based on the motorcycle culture. When the Feds confront Tek and Jamie with their surveillance outing them as lovers in exchange for a deal, Tek and Jamie know they have no choice but to disappear and head to the East Coast and far away from home. Crimson VIII will kill them for being gay and neither man is willing to rat out their fellow members.

From the beginning of this book I was struck with how different it is in relation to the prior books in the series. So, if you're expecting a story similar to 'Pup', 'Tag Team', or 'Pony', you won't get it. However, entwined amongst the darkness is a powerful story of love and friendship which sheds moments of very intense light into the dark. Jamie and Tek have been together from the moment of birth and their motto of “cradle to grave” isn't just a saying for them. Hiding from the gang and the Feds leads them to New York where Tek gets a job as a bouncer at Guards of Folsom. The club offers some insight for both Jamie and Tek as neither of these men is familiar with the BDSM lifestyle. Interestingly, both of these men are dominant tops, so watching and learning at the club becomes quite entertaining. Of course, they get the best of the best to learn from, i.e. Tackett, Blake, Bobby, Rig, Micah, and Ty.

"Life has a strange way of steering you directly down the path you were meant to travel, ending up at a place you were meant to be. I don't know if I ever believed in the whole destiny, fate, mumbo jumbo or if it was simply a coincidence. All I know is that behind the door of a BDSM club in New York City, I found a job, amazing friends, and discovered a whole new side of me. Damnedest things, those coincidences."

I'll be honest and admit that the majority of my enjoyment of this book happened when Tek and Jamie met up with the Folsom guys whom I already love. That isn't to say I disliked the earlier part of the book. Not at all. It was simply different. Now, I might need to have some words with the author, because she left me hanging a bit at the end. Although, she's also set it up that the next book is probably going to blow everything else out of the water. I grew to adore Jamie and Tek, Jo, so thank you for their story. Now, could you hurry up with the next one? *big grin*

NOTE: This book was provided by Dreamspinner Press for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews
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