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The danger that drew them together could send them over the edge… Playing the role of enforcer in the Killers motorcycle club, all CIA operative Clint “Tomcat” Sommers has to do is make sure he has a body to show for his work. Thanks to his ability to move stealthily and easily between the two worlds, the CIA is damned close to making one of its biggest MC gang busts. Two y The danger that drew them together could send them over the edge… Playing the role of enforcer in the Killers motorcycle club, all CIA operative Clint “Tomcat” Sommers has to do is make sure he has a body to show for his work. Thanks to his ability to move stealthily and easily between the two worlds, the CIA is damned close to making one of its biggest MC gang busts. Two years undercover have taken their toll, but there’s no backing out now. Tomcat’s only reprieve from the pressure is fantasizing about the newest member of the gang. Worry for his cousin’s involvement in the Killers drove Navy SEAL Jace Reynolds to agree to infiltrate the gang to do some short-term surveillance for the FBI. The deal: do the job, and his cousin gets witness protection. When he meets Tomcat, though, his fantasies kick into overdrive. Meeting men while on active duty is tough. Acting on his desires within the club could have deadly consequences. Despite the risks, Tomcat’s and Jace’s off hours flare hotter than a full-throttle burnout. But the smoke is bound to attract unwanted attention. And when Tomcat suddenly disappears, the secrets both warriors keep could send one of them to the grave. Product Warnings: Contains two hot men undercover—and under the covers. Both with secrets under wraps that could cause everything to unravel in the deadliest way imaginable. If you’re inspired to try something new on a motorcycle, go for it. Just don’t blame the author for any pulled muscles.


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The danger that drew them together could send them over the edge… Playing the role of enforcer in the Killers motorcycle club, all CIA operative Clint “Tomcat” Sommers has to do is make sure he has a body to show for his work. Thanks to his ability to move stealthily and easily between the two worlds, the CIA is damned close to making one of its biggest MC gang busts. Two y The danger that drew them together could send them over the edge… Playing the role of enforcer in the Killers motorcycle club, all CIA operative Clint “Tomcat” Sommers has to do is make sure he has a body to show for his work. Thanks to his ability to move stealthily and easily between the two worlds, the CIA is damned close to making one of its biggest MC gang busts. Two years undercover have taken their toll, but there’s no backing out now. Tomcat’s only reprieve from the pressure is fantasizing about the newest member of the gang. Worry for his cousin’s involvement in the Killers drove Navy SEAL Jace Reynolds to agree to infiltrate the gang to do some short-term surveillance for the FBI. The deal: do the job, and his cousin gets witness protection. When he meets Tomcat, though, his fantasies kick into overdrive. Meeting men while on active duty is tough. Acting on his desires within the club could have deadly consequences. Despite the risks, Tomcat’s and Jace’s off hours flare hotter than a full-throttle burnout. But the smoke is bound to attract unwanted attention. And when Tomcat suddenly disappears, the secrets both warriors keep could send one of them to the grave. Product Warnings: Contains two hot men undercover—and under the covers. Both with secrets under wraps that could cause everything to unravel in the deadliest way imaginable. If you’re inspired to try something new on a motorcycle, go for it. Just don’t blame the author for any pulled muscles.

30 review for Bound by Danger

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gigi

    Fucking LOVED IT. Highly recommended. Reading this again and the hopefully the whole series. I've read them all twice and get so easily confused at who is who. I'm going to keep notes so I can finally write some reviews. Damon co-owns club Crave LC co-owns club Crave Damon's best friend (mentions Styx) Jessie is Damon's dead sub Tanner is Jessie's Ranger friend Rex Navy buddy of Damon's wants Sawyer Paulo police officer flirting with LC Renn bouncer at Crave Styx military buddy LC is hung up on. Whereabo Fucking LOVED IT. Highly recommended. Reading this again and the hopefully the whole series. I've read them all twice and get so easily confused at who is who. I'm going to keep notes so I can finally write some reviews. Damon co-owns club Crave LC co-owns club Crave Damon's best friend (mentions Styx) Jessie is Damon's dead sub Tanner is Jessie's Ranger friend Rex Navy buddy of Damon's wants Sawyer Paulo police officer flirting with LC Renn bouncer at Crave Styx military buddy LC is hung up on. Whereabouts unknown Greg Damon's mentor when he was a teen. LC AKA Law

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cadiva

    Possibly the best of the series so far, or at least tied with book two. However, the constant referral to "the boy" drove me sodding nuts. I get that it's a BDSM thing but not nearly every single time they were together, specially as it was used by both couples! Clint is awesome, Jase was a bit of a whiny git but he improved, Rex and Sawyer were so hot as they danced around each other and I can't wait for book six to get the rest of their romance. Sex was, as always, plentiful and stupidly well w Possibly the best of the series so far, or at least tied with book two. However, the constant referral to "the boy" drove me sodding nuts. I get that it's a BDSM thing but not nearly every single time they were together, specially as it was used by both couples! Clint is awesome, Jase was a bit of a whiny git but he improved, Rex and Sawyer were so hot as they danced around each other and I can't wait for book six to get the rest of their romance. Sex was, as always, plentiful and stupidly well written, incredibly arousing and full of emotions.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mirjana **DTR - Down to Read**

    ***3.9 Stars*** "...the things worth having are those you fought the hardest for." This is such a hard book to review since there were two couples' stories running parallel. And what's worse, is that I was more connected and drawn to one over the other. Let's start with my favorite couple of the book (and probably the series): Rex and Sawyer. Sawyer has been pining for Rex for quite some time, however, there's a catch....okay, maybe two. One, Rex is his commanding officer and two, Sawye ***3.9 Stars*** "...the things worth having are those you fought the hardest for." This is such a hard book to review since there were two couples' stories running parallel. And what's worse, is that I was more connected and drawn to one over the other. Let's start with my favorite couple of the book (and probably the series): Rex and Sawyer. Sawyer has been pining for Rex for quite some time, however, there's a catch....okay, maybe two. One, Rex is his commanding officer and two, Sawyer's never been with a man. He's terrified of not only his emotions, but what will happen if he acts on them. Will Rex reject him? How will this affect their missions? Will he be compared to Rex's dead lover? Rex knows how Sawyer feels...but what can he do about it? If he approaches Sawyer, as his superior that could cause all kinds of problems. And what if Sawyer really isn't 100% sure about his feelings? This is the first time he's felt an attraction and connection to a man since Josh's death...can he allow another man to get close to the new him? The man who was captured, tortured and listened to his lover die at the hands of the enemy. In a delicious slow burn, these two men torment and tease each other with possibilities. From a bar run in, to soul baring phone calls, to hot as hell phone sex...they tip toe around the possibility of something more. Which man will break first? Can Sawyer finally make the first move and grab what he wants? Can Rex move on beyond his past and let Sawyer all the way in? Oh how I loved these two!! That "will they, won't they" slow burn was fantastic! Every one of their late night phone calls, even if it was just phone sex and fantasies, exposed a little piece of each man. I was on pins and needles every time the story moved back to them. Both men so vulnerable, so afraid of going for what they want....they just tugged at the heartstrings. My only gripe....there's no real resolution for the two of them in this book. If I were reading these as the books were coming out, I'd be pissed as hell....fortunately, the entire 6th book is dedicated to the two of them so I feel better. But SE Jakes....not cool doing that to your readers! Having this delicious carrot dangled in front of your face and thinking...that's it...that's all I get from these two? UGH...I'd be so mad! Now the bigger question...do I skip the next book and dive into the conclusion of Rex and Sawyer's story? I'm thinking, yes. Next couple: Clint and Jace This couple, even though they took up the majority of the book, was a little harder to get on board with. They were more insta-lust, which is absolutely fine by me, but with the fast paced timeline I had a hard time feeling as connected. Tomcat/Clint is undercover in the Killers MC for the CIA. Jace is an active duty SEAL informant for the FBI. The two are working towards the same goal, but on opposite sides of the agency fence. They both want to bring the MC down, however Jace has a little bit more of a vested interest since his cousin Kenny is a member. He's trying to complete his objective, while protecting Kenny. Now here's where things get kind of murky for me when it comes to the MC storyline...okay, when I say murky, I should say I was thoroughly confused. There was so much military and agency jargon that I had a hard time following what the hell was going on? Who's setting up who? Who's part of the MC? Where are the Colombians? How many warehouses are there? I got nothing here.... As far as their relationship goes...well, it was hot as hell, I'll give them that. But Jace was still on active duty, so he was constantly sent on missions, some for months at a time. They'd stay in contact via messages, voicemails and a special phone service...but we didn't really get much of that. I would have liked to have read about the little coded messages they would leave each other to let the other know they were okay, they missed them, etc. Now, it wasn't all smooth sailing for these two. Both were dealing with major hangups. Clint has been an undercover CIA agent for years, he doesn't know how to be in a relationship, how to trust, he doesn't know how to sustain a connection and create a life with someone who could be gone for months at a time, where every goodbye could be the last. Jace is new to the relationship world as well, especially with a man. He's also dealing with trust issues and opening up to someone. The life of a SEAL is not easy, he's so used to being closed off and emotionless that he doesn't know how to open himself up to Clint. It also doesn't help that Clint has no idea what he's doing with the MC. However, quickly it becomes apparent that these men need each other. Clint needs Jace to ground him, give him a home, a life....Jace needs Clint to ground him emotionally, help him deal with the emotional aftermath of his missions...this may or may not involve some spanking! There is a light BDSM element to their relationship, but it mostly involves the emotional side and not the kink. While I did enjoy their time together, this brings me back to my wish that the author would have shown more how they stayed connected during their times apart. This book takes place probably over two years, with some serious time jumps while the men are on missions (i.e. I was gone for six months, three months, two months...) which left me a bit disconnected from their bond. Finally, one overall issue that I had with this book was the constantly changing POV. I had to go back and reread passages because I wasn't sure who's head I was in. Overall, a series that I'm enjoying. And if this book is anything to go by, I have a feeling the best is yet to come with Rex and Sawyer's continued story!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Trio

    One of the best in the series so far.

  5. 4 out of 5

    SheReadsALot

    Clint!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He's a sexy mofo! And Jace makes a really great lover for Clint. Clint has been a favorite character of mine so I was a little nervous with the kind of man, SE Jakes would set him up with. I was not disappointed. This story has oodles of sex, yummy alpha men (truthfully it's like mating a shark with a tiger, so when these men get together...let's just say it was a treat to read), action, drama and covert operations. Plus there was some Law, Styx & Paulo involvement - I loved Clint!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He's a sexy mofo! And Jace makes a really great lover for Clint. Clint has been a favorite character of mine so I was a little nervous with the kind of man, SE Jakes would set him up with. I was not disappointed. This story has oodles of sex, yummy alpha men (truthfully it's like mating a shark with a tiger, so when these men get together...let's just say it was a treat to read), action, drama and covert operations. Plus there was some Law, Styx & Paulo involvement - I loved that triad. My only question is did Jack get his? He was a little cray-cray and I seriously hoped there would have been some major ass kicking.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ula'ndi Hart

    Yap. I still love these boys. I can’t help it. They make me feel all warm and fuzzy. So I’m just sticking with the original stars and moving on to the next in line. Yap. I still love these boys. I can’t help it. They make me feel all warm and fuzzy. So I’m just sticking with the original stars and moving on to the next in line.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Johann Shah

    Before I start writing a review, I would love to thank the whole fucking universe for keeping me survive thoroughly through this book. Note that I don't own any single book of this series as I had to steal my guy friend's Kindle lol and as usual, I skipped some of the books. Alright, there are literally two couples in this one First couple, Clint "Tomcat" Sommers and Jace Reynolds. Clint is gay, a dom (though he quietly hadn't been practicing his dom side for years) and never been in a relationsh Before I start writing a review, I would love to thank the whole fucking universe for keeping me survive thoroughly through this book. Note that I don't own any single book of this series as I had to steal my guy friend's Kindle lol and as usual, I skipped some of the books. Alright, there are literally two couples in this one First couple, Clint "Tomcat" Sommers and Jace Reynolds. Clint is gay, a dom (though he quietly hadn't been practicing his dom side for years) and never been in a relationship. I knew him since his appearance in second book as he helped the threesome, Styx, Law and Paulo chase after Styx's father so I'd been wanting to get his story (It was great seeing the three return in this book). Jace is bisexual, has never been a bottom and wanted a relationship with Clint. That sounds promising, right? There was an insta lust at the beginning of this book and Clint wasn't unwilling to make first move and oh boy, the first time he penetrated balls deep into Jace's virgin ass was fiery hot as fuck. Yes I'm not gonna deny it every sex Clint and Jace had was jizzy and steamy. But one thing that let me down a bit much was the plot. It was supposed to be taking down Kenny's motorcycle gang but somehow it got out of line as I kept further and further. The setting of place and time fucked me up quiet good as I kept reminding myself not to get fucking lost. I was supposed to take a break but I kept moving on since I was curious how these stubborn alpha men got his HEA. Second, Rex and Sawyer (I felt like these two were more like the third and fourth wheel). Their story was supposed to be GFY since Sawyer had never been attracted to men before. It was quick but dude, why the author wouldn't let me see Rex balls deep in Sawyer's virgin ass? Sigh guess I was supposed to be satisfied enough seeing Rex fingering deep inside Sawyer. I can't say much about them since they're back in Josh's story. As I finished this book, it left me two fucking questions. How the fuck the MC case was resolved so easily without any details? And why the fuck Clint went MIA and ended up in bloody warehouse? so yeah 3 stars should be enough now that I quietly enjoyed the on and off relationship between Clint and Jace. Review edited on 16th of June 2016: This book was much better the second time so I rated it higher one more star

  8. 4 out of 5

    Gina

    This was an awesome book! In this book we get Tomcat’s (Clint) story, YAY! We met Tomcat in book 2 as Styx’s friend. Clint is CIA and has been deep undercover under the MC “Killers”. Jace is a Navy Seal and also involved in the MC, mainly to protect his brother Kenney and is undercover for the FBI. This book like the others in this series is not about sweet words and flowers, it’s about men with a hard edge and a dangerous life finding love and safe place to fall in each other. Clint and Jace hav This was an awesome book! In this book we get Tomcat’s (Clint) story, YAY! We met Tomcat in book 2 as Styx’s friend. Clint is CIA and has been deep undercover under the MC “Killers”. Jace is a Navy Seal and also involved in the MC, mainly to protect his brother Kenney and is undercover for the FBI. This book like the others in this series is not about sweet words and flowers, it’s about men with a hard edge and a dangerous life finding love and safe place to fall in each other. Clint and Jace have a difficult time getting their relationship moving forward, both end up away for work for long lonely months at a time, dangerous missions and time away makes building a relationship difficult. But when they are together, OH MY MY!!! Give me a fan or splash cold water on my face, talk about hotness!!! Normally in a book with multiple fights, misunderstandings, lots on anger and hurt between a couple I roll my eyes and don’t enjoy it. Jace spent a great deal of time running from Clint and Clint spent a lot of time chasing after him. Because of their careers, hard edged man each of them were, and the great deal of time they spent away from each other I totally got why this would happen. The other bonus (and I totally loved this) was the relationship developing between two secondary characters. Sawyer is Jace’s best friend in the Seals and their commanding officer Rex is attracted to Sawyer. Sawyer is finding himself attracted to Rex and the build up is awesome! This had light BDSM, plenty of action for my tastes, hot hot sex and characters I loved. A winner for this reader!

  9. 4 out of 5

    OJ

    What can I say, except for phenomenal! Awesome! I think that in this, the fourth book of the series, SE Jakes has hit her stride. The story of Rex and Sawyer and Jace and Clint is so smokin' HOT it's not even funny and one can see the foundations for the Hell or High Water series, for the creation of Tommy and Prophet and all the other wonderful, amazing, hot characters we've all come to love. SE Jakes has he interaction of stubborn A-types down pat. Her stories continue to hit me right where it c What can I say, except for phenomenal! Awesome! I think that in this, the fourth book of the series, SE Jakes has hit her stride. The story of Rex and Sawyer and Jace and Clint is so smokin' HOT it's not even funny and one can see the foundations for the Hell or High Water series, for the creation of Tommy and Prophet and all the other wonderful, amazing, hot characters we've all come to love. SE Jakes has he interaction of stubborn A-types down pat. Her stories continue to hit me right where it counts: in the heart, the mind, and, well... where it counts... Her scene when Jace finally comes to grips with what Clint can provide for him and gives in to going over his knee - WOW! Yes, that's exactly the way it is... Her writing is fluid, consistent, clear. No having to go back and re-read a passage to try and understand it, no scratching your head at typos and inconsistencies and bad sentence structure. A book by SE Jakes is truly a thing of beauty and enjoyment, oh and did I mention hot and awesome? I'm now hooked on this series and have to finish it before the last Tommy and Prophet book and before I go on to the Phoenix series as these are the foundation for those. Brava!

  10. 4 out of 5

    P.A. Lupton

    I decided to try this series again. I didn’t care for the first book, but a lot of my friends enjoy it so I wanted to give it another shot. First, I should say I accidentally read it out of order, although, I don’t think that affected my opinion about the story in any way. This book can be easily read as a stand-alone. Sadly, I still don’t like the books. I think this is the last one I’ll read by this author. My biggest problem with the novel—and not just this one, but the last as well—is that I I decided to try this series again. I didn’t care for the first book, but a lot of my friends enjoy it so I wanted to give it another shot. First, I should say I accidentally read it out of order, although, I don’t think that affected my opinion about the story in any way. This book can be easily read as a stand-alone. Sadly, I still don’t like the books. I think this is the last one I’ll read by this author. My biggest problem with the novel—and not just this one, but the last as well—is that I find the writing so jumbled and confusing. Everything except the sex scenes are written so vaguely that I don’t really know what’s going on. For example, Jace saves Clint in the beginning of the book. I’m not really sure how exactly he saved him. He shows up in an alley, someone shoots at them and he says he saved him, but it wasn’t clear how. Or why he was in danger. I was left wondering what the hell happened. But I knew everything that happened in the sex scene that followed. I wish the author would be just as descriptive with writing the plot as she is with the erotic parts of the story. Speaking of descriptive, I often had no idea where the characters were. At one point Jace is in Afghanistan or some other middle eastern, war torn country, and in the very next paragraph Clint was getting into a shower with him. I shook my head and couldn’t figure out if Clint was in Afghanistan or if Jace had gone home. I assumed he went home, but it really bugged me that there were huge jumps of times and POV’s like that. I must have read at least four or five” two months later” or “one month later.” And the POV switches change from one paragraph to another so suddenly I had to go back and reread to clarify who I was seeing. To add to the confusion, some things that were said didn’t make sense and were never explained. Clint got out of undercover work with the motorcycle club by faking his death. Near the end, his partner asks him if Jace knew he let the club know his cousin wasn’t the rat so he’d be safe. How exactly did he let the club know if he’s supposed to be dead? It was never explained. Then we see Clint at home working surveillance of the motorcycle club and then without warning Jace has a bad feeling and the guy is missing in Iraq. Seriously. Not only is hard to believe in these ridiculous assignments, but some of the plotlines came out of nowhere. I feel like I’m picking, and that’s not my intention. I guess this is one of those cases where I’ll have to agree to disagree with my friends. Maybe it was just me, but I felt lost through most of the book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Whitney

    This was a disappointing read considering how excited I was to read it. I wanted to read Clint's story since he appeared in Bound by Law. In that novel, we get a little bit of an introduction to Bound by Danger, but it wasn't at all what I was expecting and it didn't seem to match up with the plot blurb. What I thought was going to happen: Clint and Jace work together to bring down a notorious motorcycle gang. Throw in some hot bdsm sex and some fight scenes and we got a well-rounded story. What a This was a disappointing read considering how excited I was to read it. I wanted to read Clint's story since he appeared in Bound by Law. In that novel, we get a little bit of an introduction to Bound by Danger, but it wasn't at all what I was expecting and it didn't seem to match up with the plot blurb. What I thought was going to happen: Clint and Jace work together to bring down a notorious motorcycle gang. Throw in some hot bdsm sex and some fight scenes and we got a well-rounded story. What actually happened: ......... I have no idea. I legitimately have no idea what the plot of this book was. What happens in Bound by Danger is does not match the blurb at all. We get different vignettes that are vaguely connected, but not really. I know Jace went undercover in the gang, but how was he even able to get any information when the gang tried to leave him out of matters because Jace was still in active duty? And seeing that Jace was gone for months at a time on missions, how could he have been any real help to the FBI? And two years of hard work and BAM! Clint was just done? That didn't make sense to me. Nowhere does it say in the synopsis that you get a little side story featuring two other SEALS, Rex and Sawyer. They really needed they're own book. I actually found their dynamic a lot more interesting than Clint and Jace's and was disappointed that I didn't get to find out what happened to them at the end. I mean, we know they end up together, but their last scene in the book didn't seem concrete. I also felt the entire book was structured weirdly. Chapter and scene breaks didn't make sense. In the middle of scene, there'd be a chapter break or a scene would end and another would beginning and there was no sensical transition or relation to the previous scene. I was looking for a good BDSM work and I was hoping I'd find it here, but this more BDSM-lite. The sex scenes in general were pretty meh, and a lot weren't in much detail. Spanking was hot though, not going to lie. The saving grace of this work was the last 50-ish pages. 2 Stars.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Arbitrary - AttentionIsArbitrary M/M Blog

    ~~~ Okay, so this is a quickie 'cus I gotta move right on to book 5 Bound For Keeps. I just gotta say how much I enjoyed this intense bit of hot, he-man, alpha-action. Honestly, something about the blurb had me questioning whether or not I wanted to read this, but I couldn't be happier that I read it. I think it was the idea that there were two couples or something, but it worked perfectly and made for a great read. Btw, S.E. Jakes writing is constantly improving. The edgy tone in the first half ~~~ Okay, so this is a quickie 'cus I gotta move right on to book 5 Bound For Keeps. I just gotta say how much I enjoyed this intense bit of hot, he-man, alpha-action. Honestly, something about the blurb had me questioning whether or not I wanted to read this, but I couldn't be happier that I read it. I think it was the idea that there were two couples or something, but it worked perfectly and made for a great read. Btw, S.E. Jakes writing is constantly improving. The edgy tone in the first half of this book really set the mood. It smoothed out as the story progressed, as the relationships progressed and that just felt right. I will say that I felt that Rex and Sawyer's relationship wrapped up a bit abruptly, but maybe there's more to know there. No matter, it was all very fulfilling and very, very hot. ~~~ Take a look at my Male/Male Romance Book Blog: http://www.attentionisarbitrary.blogspot.com

  13. 4 out of 5

    LauraSt

    This is a double story. We have Clint and Jace and also Rex and Swayer *sighs dreamily* And I loved all four of them. We also get some Paulo/Styx/Law time so this was an all around swoon fest. Clint turned out to be a lot different than what I expected. I had this idea of him from the previous book and you just had to put him in a room or close proximity to Jace and he turned into a sweet, caring, alpha Dom with interminable stamina. I personally adored Jace. I really like how all characters are This is a double story. We have Clint and Jace and also Rex and Swayer *sighs dreamily* And I loved all four of them. We also get some Paulo/Styx/Law time so this was an all around swoon fest. Clint turned out to be a lot different than what I expected. I had this idea of him from the previous book and you just had to put him in a room or close proximity to Jace and he turned into a sweet, caring, alpha Dom with interminable stamina. I personally adored Jace. I really like how all characters are different. Even in their own submission. Lovely. I really can't get enough of this series. I love it. Just ignore the repetitive phrases from time to time.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Serena Yates

    Finally we get Tomcat's story! Ever after seeing glimpses of him in previous books I have been wondering what he is all about and whether he'd find love one day. This fourth book in the series finally gave me that story – and it's a double whammy – in more than one sense. Not only is the danger that binds Tomcat and Jace ever-present and increases by the page, there is also a second story, that of Jace's SEAL partner Sawyer and his commanding officer, Rex. The twists and turns and the secrecy ke Finally we get Tomcat's story! Ever after seeing glimpses of him in previous books I have been wondering what he is all about and whether he'd find love one day. This fourth book in the series finally gave me that story – and it's a double whammy – in more than one sense. Not only is the danger that binds Tomcat and Jace ever-present and increases by the page, there is also a second story, that of Jace's SEAL partner Sawyer and his commanding officer, Rex. The twists and turns and the secrecy kept me glued to my seat – and the passion in both couples' relationships is hot enough to make me wonder how they got away with hiding it from their various employers and agencies. Tomcat is a tough guy, ex-Delta Force and totally dedicated to his work as a CIA agent. He wouldn’t admit that he's lonely if his life depended on it, but does occasionally wonder what life would be like with a partner. Seeing lots of his friends find happiness with the men of their dreams does make him wonder, but he's pretty sure that life isn’t for him. Then he runs into Jace, who is also an undercover agent in the motorcycle gang Tomcat has infiltrated, and his life turns upside down. Jace is as stubborn as he is, but Tomcat is the first to give in – sort of. Their relationship is often more like a tug of war than a love affair. Jace is a tough SEAL, and a member of the motorcycle gang his cousin Kenny (and only surviving family member) has joined. Jace believes the deal he has with the FBI will protect Kenny when the sh*t hits the fan, but refuses to tell Tomcat what he's up to. Their relationship is rocky enough as it is, with all the secrecy and Jace trying to wrap his head around the fact he turns out to be submissive in bed. But his lack of truthfulness is what leads to eventual disaster when Tomcat discovers what's going on and a monumental mess ensues. Neither Jace nor Tomcat are sure they'll survive the fallout, but they have to try. Sawyer, a fellow SEAL Jace works with closely, and Rex's story is a very prominent subplot, and it was fascinating to see how they dealt with their developing relationship. Sawyer thinks he's straight, but falls in love with Rex anyway. Not only is the man his commanding officer, but he's also a Dom, and Sawyer discovers submissive tendencies and needs he'd rather ignore. Of course, he can't, and the resulting back and forth between him and Rex, who has secrets and issues of his own, was a delicious addition to the book. This book is super-intense. Full of tough men who want to be in charge all the time, or so they think, and filled with plot twists that will make your head spin, it is a great addition to the series. If you like thrillers involving military men and secret agents, if you enjoy a good undercover action/adventure with villains and traitors who will make your head spin, and if you're looking for hot and passionate relationships with a good deal of issue-solving on top, then you will probably like this book. NOTE: This book was provided by Samhain Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Bitchie

    This book was well written, and I enjoyed all the characters. However, since we got the story of two couples, Jace and Clint and Rex and Sawyer, things got a bit confusing. I felt the Rex and Sawyer bit could have gone into a novella all it's own, so we could focus on Jace and Clint. The sex was hot (and quite plentiful) and the characters had a bit of sameness to them, not much is setting any of the men in this series apart for me now. I'm also quite weary of the younger guys in this series bei This book was well written, and I enjoyed all the characters. However, since we got the story of two couples, Jace and Clint and Rex and Sawyer, things got a bit confusing. I felt the Rex and Sawyer bit could have gone into a novella all it's own, so we could focus on Jace and Clint. The sex was hot (and quite plentiful) and the characters had a bit of sameness to them, not much is setting any of the men in this series apart for me now. I'm also quite weary of the younger guys in this series being called "boy" all the time. It's one thing during sex play, but another when the narrator uses it all the time to differentiate between the two men. There are rough and tumble Navy Seals, Rangers, and such, and it feels just weird to see them called boy or the boy. But the good was there too. As I said, the sex was off the charts hot, and even though there was a lot of it, it didn't run that "too much" edge for me, and I never felt myself skimming. I also enjoyed watching Clint and Jace grow closer, then fight, then make it up. Could have done without all the phone and cyber sex though.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Georgine

    Gosh, what can I say? I finished the whole series in three days, and now I'm ready for my review... There are few books with BDSM elements that I take the time to read and fall in love with...this series is definitely worth it. I like the fact that none of them are depicted as weak and can't think and stand up for themselves. They are strong and came through so much to be the men that they are now, and accept the love that came their way. The writer took a few subjects that can be, in my humble op Gosh, what can I say? I finished the whole series in three days, and now I'm ready for my review... There are few books with BDSM elements that I take the time to read and fall in love with...this series is definitely worth it. I like the fact that none of them are depicted as weak and can't think and stand up for themselves. They are strong and came through so much to be the men that they are now, and accept the love that came their way. The writer took a few subjects that can be, in my humble opinion, very contraversial and made it into this beautiful series. Just love it and would recommend it any day to anyone who wants to read it.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Therese

    I think I need to be in a certain mood to read this series. It has to do with wanting something realistic, or something so OTT it actually gets entertaining. This time, I guess my brain needed some proper food. It started out really exciting, two tough guys, both working undercover for FBI/CIA, with a mutual attraction for each other… But at some point it all went downhill. There is a fine balance between these guys coming off as „cool“ macho military guys, and coming off as being a parody of them I think I need to be in a certain mood to read this series. It has to do with wanting something realistic, or something so OTT it actually gets entertaining. This time, I guess my brain needed some proper food. It started out really exciting, two tough guys, both working undercover for FBI/CIA, with a mutual attraction for each other… But at some point it all went downhill. There is a fine balance between these guys coming off as „cool“ macho military guys, and coming off as being a parody of themselves. This book was for me the latter, “There was no use explaining that his hands were registered deadly weapons for a reason, that he could kill a man so many different ways that he couldn’t even pretend it would be a fair fight. Rules were in place for a reason - men in his job had fought before - innocent bar fights - and they’d killed men accidentally, because judging their own strength against an untrained opponent just wasn’t something they could always control.“ Soldier, unless you want to end up defending bunnies, you’d better keep those lethal weapons hidden next to your missile! There were also something (for me) strange in the story-telling. A lot was revealed retrospectively, with me finding out important/interesting tidbits through telling rather than "showing". Like Sawyer watching Rex in the shower..that would have been nice to have read „in the moment“. Or close to the end (view spoiler)[ Clint is MIA, and the scooby gang goes to the rescue. Conveniently, Clint and Jace apparently had been discussing „how they’d find each other if no one else could. What clues they would leave.“ Well, wasn't that great? It sure did facilitate an otherwise impossible rescue mission somewhat. (hide spoiler)] That there were two love stories instead of one did not make the story better exactly…Basically, the sex more or less followed exactly the same format for the two couples, which was both good and bad. Good, because, well, more sex. Bad, because it got a bit repetitive. Well, one couple had phone sex, the other Skype sex, so that was a bit different. There is also a double take on „ the Dom taking care of his boy“ through some gentle spanking/subduing, and as for intercourse, the boy(s) will, as always, be the bottom, but will occasionally get to top the Dom, since Mr.Bottom is so special... “I’ll help“. Clint urged him forward. ‚ ‚I feel like a virgin again‘. ‚You and me both‘, Clint told him. ‚It’s been a long time for me‘ ‚You don’t like it?‘ ‚Has to be the right person. With you, it’ll be good‘“ Oh, and the angst, the angst. There is absolutely no doubt that these über-men are also sensitive and have a lot of feelings. Which kind of worked for me in the first 3 books, but not in this one.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kristie

    Updated: 12/4/13 Increased to 5 Stars Re-reading this was just supposed to be a quick skim. Get through all the good parts with Rex and Sawyer in prep for Bound To Break, but that's not what happened. I was totally engrossed again. How could I have forgotten so much? How could I have thought I could just do a quick read? How? There is a reason this was my favorite book of the series at the time I first read it. I'm so glad I did this. Makes me want to go back and re-read them all. I'm missing ev Updated: 12/4/13 Increased to 5 Stars Re-reading this was just supposed to be a quick skim. Get through all the good parts with Rex and Sawyer in prep for Bound To Break, but that's not what happened. I was totally engrossed again. How could I have forgotten so much? How could I have thought I could just do a quick read? How? There is a reason this was my favorite book of the series at the time I first read it. I'm so glad I did this. Makes me want to go back and re-read them all. I'm missing everyone from before. But first, Bound to Break. Good, so good. I really liked this. These guys go through years of trying to building a relationship. So many issues to get through. So many! Once they finally get going a little, one of them is called away, sometimes for months at a time. To be so committed to trying for something, only to have it just out of reach. Over and over again, they try. It would be so easy to give in and give up. So easy to just let it be and be alone, wandering through life, not having anything to hold on to. Jace and Clint are put through the paces, big time. Little pushes and helpful nudges from great friends make all the difference. Another plus in this is the relationship we get to see building between Sawyer and Rex. I never suspected we'd get two for one, or rather, one and a half for one. Sawyer and Rex's story is not as full as Jace and Clint's, but it was still great to see. These men represent our Country. The agencies they work for send them on hard and unforgiving missions that can get them killed. Through it all, they find love and understanding. Partnership. Not just sex, but something more. A connection that can not be broken. When their emotions and feelings for each other are too hard to convey, they struggle through it and finally give in. Tough men getting extremely emotional... that was something. The struggle. I loved it. This book is a beautiful journey that is so much more about the characters than anything else. So far, my favorite of the series.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Fiordiligii

    Ok, life's too short for a romance novel you can't get into, so I decided to discontinue reading Bound By Danger by SE Jakes. Another gay romance author, by the way, who has two initials instead of a forename. Here's what I didn't like and what prevented me from continuing reading. I know it's never a good idea to just pick a book out of a series, instead of reading it from first to last installment, but this plot just appealed the most to me. The characters were all new to me, and although I und Ok, life's too short for a romance novel you can't get into, so I decided to discontinue reading Bound By Danger by SE Jakes. Another gay romance author, by the way, who has two initials instead of a forename. Here's what I didn't like and what prevented me from continuing reading. I know it's never a good idea to just pick a book out of a series, instead of reading it from first to last installment, but this plot just appealed the most to me. The characters were all new to me, and although I understood rationally what was happening in the story, all this gang and SEAL and CIA stuff was just so boring, my mind kept drifting away. Probably my biggest turn off were the endearments Clint "Tomcat" uses to sweet talk Jace. "My sweet little virgin" and "my baby boy" just doesn't sound sexy to my ears, especially when the "virgin in question" is a bad boy SEAL. Sorry. I stopped reading at the point where the submissive hero discovers that he has been sexually dominated by his lover without him revealing beforehand that he's a seasoned dom. Somehow the whole trust issue was ruined before the romance really took off. Additionally, I just didn't grow accustomed to SE Jakes voice, catching myself rereading several passages again and again to get the gist of what's happening. This one is a DNF for me.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    Finally we're getting Tomcat's story! Clint and Jace, two alpha military men, are so hot together. They try to build up a relationship and every time they seem to be getting somewhere one of them is called away and that for months at a time. Reading that was more than frustrating! There is also a secondary romance in this story which is just as hot and an even slower build-up. It's between Jace's best friend Sawyer and their commander Rex. I loved it that the author brings former characters forw Finally we're getting Tomcat's story! Clint and Jace, two alpha military men, are so hot together. They try to build up a relationship and every time they seem to be getting somewhere one of them is called away and that for months at a time. Reading that was more than frustrating! There is also a secondary romance in this story which is just as hot and an even slower build-up. It's between Jace's best friend Sawyer and their commander Rex. I loved it that the author brings former characters forward in this story and includes them in the plot. It was great to hear about Damon, Tanner, Styx, Law and Paulo. Locked them into my heart, all of them! :)

  21. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    This one was back to the danger and special ops of number two unlike the light story of number three. I really enjoyed it and we got a look at two relationships in this book. Our main couple Jace and Clint then a secondary couple Rex and Sawyer. Seriously hot smexing, phone sex and plenty of dirty talk. Love this series. I didn't feel as deep of a connection between the two mc's like did in the previous stories and that may be because they didn't see each other very much at all. I hope we get to This one was back to the danger and special ops of number two unlike the light story of number three. I really enjoyed it and we got a look at two relationships in this book. Our main couple Jace and Clint then a secondary couple Rex and Sawyer. Seriously hot smexing, phone sex and plenty of dirty talk. Love this series. I didn't feel as deep of a connection between the two mc's like did in the previous stories and that may be because they didn't see each other very much at all. I hope we get to revisit them a bit in future installments. On to number five!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Emma Sea

    New shelf: books I bought by accident. I meant to buy Bound by Law, but you know, this series all looks the same. So, I read it, I didn't hate it. It was actually better than Bound by Law. But I wouldn't rec it. Maybe S.E. Jakes's writing and I just won't be friends :( New shelf: books I bought by accident. I meant to buy Bound by Law, but you know, this series all looks the same. So, I read it, I didn't hate it. It was actually better than Bound by Law. But I wouldn't rec it. Maybe S.E. Jakes's writing and I just won't be friends :(

  23. 4 out of 5

    Bev

    Another Men of Honour book, another winner. 5 stars and Loved this one featuring two couples Tomcat and Jace, and as a little 'side' dish Rex and Sawyer. Hot and steamy, covert ops, secrets being kept...awesome!! Another Men of Honour book, another winner. 5 stars and Loved this one featuring two couples Tomcat and Jace, and as a little 'side' dish Rex and Sawyer. Hot and steamy, covert ops, secrets being kept...awesome!!

  24. 5 out of 5

    ❧A Bookish Berkeley Girl❧

    3 Sweet Stars Rex and Sawyer....Tomcat and Jace.❤️ Gosh, these guys were awesome! This one had a lot packed in it, with the dual love storyline. It was a very nice edition to this series~

  25. 4 out of 5

    Marissa

    I found I liked Sawyer and Rex's storyline better than Jace and Clint's, and wished for separate books. However, still good and of course I must continue. ;) I found I liked Sawyer and Rex's storyline better than Jace and Clint's, and wished for separate books. However, still good and of course I must continue. ;)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Diane Dannenfeldt

    I would have liked this one better if there weren't two couples story lines going on at the same time. I think sawyer and Rex got jiped . But I love my military/black ops boys I would have liked this one better if there weren't two couples story lines going on at the same time. I think sawyer and Rex got jiped . But I love my military/black ops boys

  27. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    It was a good story and everything was well written but we had 2 couples having issues in the story so things got a bit confusing on some points. It would have be nice just to have 1 main couple and a lead in to the other couple for another book.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mello ❣ Illium ✮Harry✮ ☀Myrnin☀ Torin Ichimaru

    Synopsis: The danger that drew them together could send them over the edge… Playing the role of enforcer in the Killers motorcycle club, all CIA operative Clint “Tomcat” Sommers has to do is make sure he has a body to show for his work. Thanks to his ability to move stealthily and easily between the two worlds, the CIA is damned close to making one of its biggest MC gang busts. Two years undercover have taken their toll, but there’s no backing out now. Tomcat’s only reprieve from the pressure is fa Synopsis: The danger that drew them together could send them over the edge… Playing the role of enforcer in the Killers motorcycle club, all CIA operative Clint “Tomcat” Sommers has to do is make sure he has a body to show for his work. Thanks to his ability to move stealthily and easily between the two worlds, the CIA is damned close to making one of its biggest MC gang busts. Two years undercover have taken their toll, but there’s no backing out now. Tomcat’s only reprieve from the pressure is fantasizing about the newest member of the gang. Worry for his cousin’s involvement in the Killers drove Navy SEAL Jace Reynolds to agree to infiltrate the gang to do some short-term surveillance for the FBI. The deal: do the job, and his cousin gets witness protection. When he meets Tomcat, though, his fantasies kick into overdrive. Meeting men while on active duty is tough. Acting on his desires within the club could have deadly consequences. Despite the risks, Tomcat’s and Jace’s off hours flare hotter than a full-throttle burnout. But the smoke is bound to attract unwanted attention. And when Tomcat suddenly disappears, the secrets both warriors keep could send one of them to the grave. Product Warnings: Contains two hot men undercover—and under the covers. Both with secrets under wraps that could cause everything to unravel in the deadliest way imaginable. If you’re inspired to try something new on a motorcycle, go for it. Just don’t blame the author for any pulled muscles. My Thoughts: I really enjoyed this one. I'd been interested in Clint ever since meeting him during Law, Styx and Paulo's story. Especially after he had told Styx about Jace and how he'd made him and them sucked him off. Haha. I really got into Clint and Jace's story. I especially liked this one because Clint and Jace's relationship was different from all of the other relationships in the previous books. Both men were still active in the field. Clint as a CIA agent and Jace as a Navy SEAL. They frequently spent weeks or months apart because of their jobs, but they always came back to each other. Although, in the beginning Clint tried to break things off in a really bad way. He's lucky Jace forgave him for that. After that, though, it was often Jace that was trying to push Clint away, but Clint wasn't having it. He always found his boy and I loved that about him. It took forever for Jace to tell Clint about the whole FBI gig. In fact, Clint found out about it in the worst way possible. And man was he pissed about that. They fought and I hated that. Especially when Jace couldn't get in contact with Clint. At least that managed to work out thanks to some help from Styx, Law and Paulo. Thanks to that, things ended in quite a sexy place for Jace and Clint. Loved that. In addition to Jace and Clint falling in love, Sawyer finally got his man, too. Though he was more than terrified of going there. I can't blame him. And considering the blurb for book six which is all about him and Rex, Sawyer has good reason to be worried. I cannot WAIT to read about that. The courtship between Sawyer and Rex was hot as hell and I love Sawyer. I want him to be happy so bad and I'm afraid he's going to get hurt. *keeps fingers crossed*

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jewel

    There were a couple different story lines in this book. We have Clint (Tomcat) and Jace, but also a secondary thread about Rex and Sawyer. Though I kind of wish that Rex and Sawyer would have gotten their own book, the lives of Sawyer and Jace do intertwine greatly considering they are close friends, so it kind of made sense. The Rex and Sawyer story is very sweet, too. Sawyer is so unsure of himself in regards to his attraction to Rex. Sawyer has never been attracted to a man before and this at There were a couple different story lines in this book. We have Clint (Tomcat) and Jace, but also a secondary thread about Rex and Sawyer. Though I kind of wish that Rex and Sawyer would have gotten their own book, the lives of Sawyer and Jace do intertwine greatly considering they are close friends, so it kind of made sense. The Rex and Sawyer story is very sweet, too. Sawyer is so unsure of himself in regards to his attraction to Rex. Sawyer has never been attracted to a man before and this attraction is the most powerful thing he has ever felt. It takes a long time for him to really address it properly. The main story seems to take place over about a year and a half or so. I really like Clint and Jace. They are both strong willed, fierce Alpha males. And neither trust easily at all and it takes a lot of time for either of them to open up at all. They meet when they are each undercover (for different alphabet organizations that aren't working together) in the same motorcycle club and they find themselves way attracted to each other. Jace is bisexual, though he hasn't really explored that side of himself all that much, until Clint. They spend a lot of time apart because of their jobs, and they text and, occasionally, Skype with one another to stay in touch. And when they come back together...lots of sexy times with some getting to know/trust you conversations interspersed in there. I knocked off a star for a couple of reasons: 1) The author gets her own characters confused. She makes a references to Glen, from Ties That Bind and refers to Glen's former Dom (who died) as James, when that was actually John. James was sitting with Derek in the bar when Glen walked in at the beginning of Ties That Bind and was never Glen's Dom. Oops. I can imagine that it can be quite a challenge keeping up with a large cast of characters. None the less, it was immersion breaking enough I actually went back to Ties That Bind just to make sure I was remembering correctly. 2) The conflict that nearly tears Clint and Jace apart, I thought, was blown out of proportion. Clint acted a lot more rashly than I would have thought. A fight, sure, maybe even a physical one considering who we are talking about here. But it went too far and simply didn't need to. He came off acting like a petulant child. All in all, though, I loved the story and the characters. I was rooting for Jace and Clint the whole time.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Gennie Gee

    3.5 Bound by Danger is the fourth book in the Men of Honor series by S.E. Jakes. This story is Clint “Tomcat” Sommers’ story. We’ve seen Tomcat in all the other books and I was really happy that he got his own story. Tomcat meets Jace while he is deep undercover in a motorcycle club (read gang). Jace is young, but he’s an active duty SEAL who’s also trying to save his cousin Kenny from getting deeper involved in the gang. I really like the story about Clint and Jace. There is plenty of time for th 3.5 Bound by Danger is the fourth book in the Men of Honor series by S.E. Jakes. This story is Clint “Tomcat” Sommers’ story. We’ve seen Tomcat in all the other books and I was really happy that he got his own story. Tomcat meets Jace while he is deep undercover in a motorcycle club (read gang). Jace is young, but he’s an active duty SEAL who’s also trying to save his cousin Kenny from getting deeper involved in the gang. I really like the story about Clint and Jace. There is plenty of time for the characters to evolve and grow and learn to trust each other. Given their jobs, there is no way trust comes easy to either man. I enjoyed catching glimpses of all the other guys from previous stories and I liked getting to spend some time with the trio of Paulo, Styx and Law. I even liked Jace’s best friend Sawyer and their commanding officer Rex. However, I was a bit confused with the tidbits of Rex and Sawyer’s developing relationship. I would have much preferred seeing Rex and Sawyer’s story in another book or novella. I found myself putting the story aside when the author started in with Rex and Sawyer, not because I didn’t enjoy their story, but because I was so caught up in Clint and Jace’s story that it was hard to transition. All in all, I like this story and care about the characters. If you’ve read the other Men of Honor books you’re going to want to read this, and if you haven’t, you will probably want to read them. Clint and Jace’s journey to a forever relationship is great and I was rooting for them the entire way. I also like Sawyer and Rex and look forward to a more developed story from them. One other thing, brush up on your military acronyms before you read this book! Some are obvious, other not so much. I finally had to google OUTCONUS :)

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