by a stern father, Rase Illion continues to live his life
through his father’s eyes long after his death. Firm, no
nonsense and in complete control Rase strives to have the
upper hand in every aspect of his life, until he meets
a stock boy working for Rase, guessed Rase’s secret from the
moment they met. Gabriel exerted his control over Rase and
knew he would come back for more. Gabriel penetrated Rase’s
defenses and gave Rase what he needed physically and
emotionally, but it’s the emotional aspect that may be too
much for even Gabriel to handle.
Uneven is a heavy BDSM story that I was finding hard
to connect with. I was not drawn into Gabriel and Rase
relationship at all. I found it to be dysfunctional and
abusive instead of the erotic dysfunctional sexual play of
BDSM. As much as I have enjoyed Anah Crow’s work in the
past and find her to be a pretty terrific writer, she failed
to convince me of a love match between Rase and Gabriel.
more of a compatible connection between Rase and his male
secretary. Allen was a fantastic character and I wish Ms.
Crow had explored a bit more with him. Although
Uneven was not my cup of tea, I am still a fan of
Ms. Crow’s work and will continue to read whatever she