Something in the Way He Needs Reviews

Love Bites and Silk Ties I loved this beautiful love story between a man who is always in charge but whose control starts to fall apart the minute he meets a free-spirited man who just wants to be needed....Dare I say their chemistry is off the charts and the heat level of this romance is exactly where I wanted it. Sizzling. The romance was heart-warming as well. .... this is a fabulous read and I recommend it easily.

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Lustful Literature I really loved watching these men change and meld together. Their relationship definitely isn't an easy one. They have to overcome their differences and their insecurities to make it work.

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Madison Park Love I adored this book. Although Asher makes considerable changes in his life to accommodate Daniel's needs, I never felt that he was making a sacrifice. He genuinely adored making Daniel happy, while retaining the feeling of power in the relationship. He was able to give Daniel what he needed, but what was even more heartwarming to watch unfold, was the way Daniel was able to give Asher what he needed - what he didn't even know he needed until Daniel gave it to him. Asher makes more than a few mistakes, but his heart is in the right place. The story took an unexpected twist near the end, which made things even more interesting, and just when I thought Cardeno C. had broken my heart for good, she wrapped me in a warm hug and made everything right again. This one's going on my favorites shelf!

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Manic Readers There is a real focus on differences in the story but all that made me do is see how similar Danny and Asher are and how perfect they become for each other. I love reading stories about men capable of great change or informed change where it is a conscious choice to behave in a different way. Therefore, this one was perfectly placed and timed for me to love the heck out of it. If you enjoy a great story about two men who are flawed but hopeful and willing to work toward the end goal then Something in the Way He Needs is heartily recommended by me!

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MM Good Book Reviews God damn Cardeno C. when you decide to break the mold you do it in a unique and brilliant way. ... Asher and Daniel are a fantastic couple. Daniel changes Asher without even realizing it and Asher introduces Daniel to something he never knew he would like. There's a lot of give and take with both men finding what they really need, but neither man are actively trying. They just naturally provide what the other needs, and whoo the sex is explosive. It isn't all easy between them though, especially when Asher's past rears its ugly head because of his insecurities, a simple touch of jealousy and lack of communication. This is a story not to be missed if you love slight kink, a Dom who wakes up to his needs, a sweet man who likes a touch of dominance, a great story, brilliant characters and a very happy ending, I highly recommend this book to everyone.

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